Blue Ant Studios Rolls Out Brand-New Lineup


Blue Ant Studios has unveiled 265 new hours of content that include over 40 fresh and returning series and documentaries.

The slate, which spans natural history and wildlife, true crime, factual entertainment, history, lifestyle, comedy and paranormal, includes the three-part Hope in the Water, featuring Martha Stewart and Shailene Woodley.

The company is also offering two projects for presales: Love Nature and Sky Nature’s wildlife series Airborne and the premium documentary Wanted: President Trump? (w.t.).

More titles on the roster include the 8×30-minute Ghosting; Charles III: The Coronation Year, following King Charles and Queen Camilla through landmark moments of their first year; Lost Tombs of Amun, which explores a previously unknown cemetery in Egypt; and Mayhem: The Scandalous Lives of the Georgian Kings. The history series In the Footsteps of Marco Polo is also slated, along with the five-part docuseries Caesar.

The food series Adam Richman Eats Britain and the hour-long World’s Most Luxurious Retirement Homes are also included. Big Cats, Small World follows three big cat families in Africa, while Jaguar Journals with Lizzie Daly delves into a jaguar research project.

More nature-focused series include National Parks From Above and Super Shark Highway. The true-crime documentary Murder in the Goldfields is also new, along with My Dead Mom.

Returning titles on the slate include Killers: Caught on Camera, Big Little Crimes, Orangutan Jungle School, Fraud Squad, See No Evil, Greatest Discoveries with Dan Snow, Hell Below and Mysteries From Above.

“As we continue to utilize all aspects of our Blue Ant Media business, including production, distribution and channels, we are developing innovative ways to collaborate with multiple platforms and maximize our capabilities,” said Mark Bishop, co-president of Blue Ant Studios. “The upcoming London Screenings event is a significant milestone for Blue Ant Studios as we introduce a brand new lineup of premium access and talent-driven programming to international buyers and look for creative solutions to meet their content needs.”