Boat Rocker Adds Culinary & History Titles to Unscripted Catalog


Boat Rocker has added to its unscripted slate a number of new offerings, including Mary Makes it Easy with Mary Berg.

Produced by Proper Television, Mary Makes it Easy sees the winner of MasterChef Canada season three take viewers step-by-step through recipes that solve everyday cooking conundrums. It premieres on CTV this month.

Weeks of War, produced by WildBear and commissioned by A+E Networks UK, looks at headlines from the frontlines of World War II and beyond to explore how people lived and survived during the conflict. It uses archival footage and insights to analyze the events in 41 critical weeks of the war.

The second season of Andicha Media’s Chuck and the First People’s Kitchen sees chef Chuck Hughes learn more about ancestral culinary tradition as he is welcomed into various Indigenous communities to expand his cooking horizons.

Spirit Talker is a documentary series that follows Mi’kmaq medium Shawn Leonard as he uses his psychic abilities to connect the living with the dead.

The second season of the factual series Secrets in the Ice goes to remote, cold and inhospitable places to reveal mysteries that were once frozen in time. It merges CGI re-creations, scanning technology and scientific research to investigate the curiosities that have been lost for millennia or never seen before.

From Lenzwork Productions, Relative Race’s seventh season, currently screening on BYU TV, uses the contestants’ DNA as a road map. Four teams take a ten-day journey across the country to discover new relatives and compete for a $50,000 grand prize.

Natalie Vinet, VP of global sales for unscripted at Boat Rocker, said: “These exciting new titles have the potential to thrill viewers worldwide, with fascinating and relatable content, engaging presenters and each has a real wow factor. We’re delighted to add them to our burgeoning unscripted slate, which offers something for everyone among its hugely varied and hugely appealing catalog.”