Blue Ant Media Unveils Fall Highlights for T+E, Cottage Life


TORONTO: Blue Ant Media has revealed the fall highlights—including a variety of new programming—premiering on its specialty channels T+E and Cottage Life.

T+E will broadcast the Canadian debut of Natural Born Monsters on October 28 at 10 p.m. The new show will spotlight the rare and dangerous creatures spawned by weather. November 8 at 9 p.m. will see T+E premiere What On Earth, a new science program that uses satellite images to answer previously unexplained questions about our planet. Big Fish Man, which follows a man searching for the world's largest freshwater fish, will begin airing on T+E on November 18 at 9 p.m. T+E will offer subscribers of participating television providers a look at all its new fall programming during a nationwide free preview event kicking off today and running for the next month.

Tonight at 9 p.m., Backroad Bounty returns to Cottage Life. Brojects will return to the channel on October 22 at 9 p.m. Also on October 22, Cottage Life will debut the new series Brainstormers at 10 p.m. The factual entertainment show looks on as three backyard geniuses work on wacky inventions, including a solar heater made from a beer can.

"From quirky, DIY cottage projects to heart-pounding suspense and adventure, Cottage Life and T+E continue to deliver compelling, exclusive series that our passionate audiences will love," said Jamie Schouela, the executive VP of Canadian networks at Blue Ant Media.