Three New Greenlights for National Geographic


National Geographic has revealed three new series, including a doc that follows Alex Honnold (Free Solo) and renowned rock climber Tommy Caldwell’s expedition to climb one of the most treacherous mountains in North America.

The Last Frontier with Alex Honnold (w.t.) will chronicle the intensive journey as the two accomplished climbers and friends embark on a first-ever ascent while shining a light on the conservation fight with global implications. Award-winning filmmakers Peter Mortimer (The Alpinist, The Dawn Wall) and Renan Ozturk (Explorer: The Last TepuiLost on Everest) and Plimsoll Productions (Super/Natural, Hostile Planet) are behind the project.

Also coming to Nat Geo, Oklahoma Bombing: One Day in America is the story behind the deadliest act of domestic terrorism in U.S. history, the race to find survivors and the authorities’ hunt to find the bomber. Slated to premiere in 2025, marking the 30th anniversary of this historical event, the series marks the fourth installment in the One Day in… franchise.

The new nature documentary Billy and Molly is a love story between a man and an otter set in the remote, wild Shetland archipelago in Scotland. The series is produced by Emmy Award-winning natural history filmmakers Silverback Films and features a score from Scottish composer Erland Cooper.