Netflix and Sky are combining on a TV collection for the primary time, co-producing a blue-chip pure historical past landmark entitled Predators.
Sky hosts the streamer on its platform however the pair have by no means commissioned a collection earlier than.
The six-parter, produced by Sky Studios-backed indie True to Nature, will comply with six apex predators together with polar bears, wild canines and pumas as they face the last word survival check in ever-changing landscapes, with a trailer teased at this time.
Predators will launch on the Sky Nature channel within the UK, Germany and Italy later this 12 months and Netflix will take rights elsewhere.
The present is one in all a trio unveiled by Sky Documentaries and Factual Commissioning Director Poppy Dixon at this time, alongside Sky Documentaries channel’s Gabon (working title) and Sky Crime’s Dying on the Seaside.
The previous comes from Keo Movies and tells the extraordinary story of a scientist from Manchester, who ended up because the Setting Minister of Gabon, and in an unlikely pairing with President Ali Bongo is on the forefront of the worldwide struggle in opposition to rainforest destruction and local weather change.
Blast! Movies and Sky Studios’ Dying on the Seaside, in the meantime, will look at the tragic roll name of younger travellers who’ve died underneath mysterious circumstances on the favored, distant backpacking Thai island of Koh Tao.
Dixon mentioned: “Throughout Sky Documentaries, Sky Nature and Sky Crime, our audiences will journey the globe, witnessing epic scenes as apex predators defend their place on the prime of the meals chain, assembly an environmental odd couple in a race to guard Gabon’s pure sources and trying to find the reality behind mysterious deaths on a paradise island in Southeast Asia.”