TORONTO: Blue Ant International has added more than 160 hours of fresh content to its catalog ahead of MIPTV, broadening its offering with new genres, including scripted shows such as The Inspectors.
Blue Ant International expanded its slate of co-productions with a growing library and by adding new genres. These include family-friendly scripted programming such as The Inspectors, its first HDR documentary titled Alaskan Summer and a new 360-video series called Paranormal Survivor: Evil Surrounds You.
Blue Ant International will also present new deliveries from Blue Ant Media’s production partnership with Plimsoll Productions, Camp Zambia. The two-year project continues to generate 4K natural-history content, including Growing Up Wild, Wild Survival, Untamed Valley, Africa’s Hunters II and Guardians of the Wild II.
Building on Blue Ant International’s recent production and distribution output deal with CMJ Productions, two new factual-entertainment series have been added to its library: Guilty Rich and A Know It All Guide To ..., a co-production between FYI, Blue Ant Media and CMJ Productions.
Additionally, Blue Ant International renewed its output deal with Our House Media, which has delivered two new HD titles: Home Chef to Pro Chef and Paranormal Survivor III, as well as the new 360-degree digital video series, Paranormal Survivor: Evil Surrounds You. Through an exclusive distribution output deal with Cream Productions, Blue Ant will also present Evil Nature.
New and returning 4K series include Africa’s Claws & Jaws, Rewilding Europe, the second season of Arctic Secrets and Arabian Inferno. The MIPTV slate also features new HD factual-entertainment offerings such as Canada: The Story of Us and Brojects in the House II.
“We continue to seek out new partnership opportunities and co-production opportunities with premium global content companies,” said Solange Attwood, the senior VP of Blue Ant International. “At MIPTV, we’re launching our first scripted series and aim to broaden our offering for our clients worldwide.”