May 21, 2024 1:04 pm
Wild Science, second series for ZDF Studios to be produced by BIG MEDIA

The collaboration between BIG MEDIA and Germany’s ZDF Studios has resulted in a thrilling new documentary series titled WILD SCIENCE (8 x 60′), which is set to begin production next month. The announcement was made by BIG Media co-founder and Global Head of Production Martin Kaše and ZDF Studios’ Director Unscripted Nikolas Huelbusch.

WILD SCIENCE provides viewers with an inside look into the captivating world of Earth’s most fearsome predators. Each episode explores the intricate behaviors, survival strategies, and unique abilities of each animal using cutting-edge CGI, visually dynamic footage, and a scientific zoological perspective. From the depths of the ocean to the heart of the savannah, WILD SCIENCE dives deep into the science behind the remarkable existence of these creatures.

BIG MEDIA’s Martin Kaše highlighted the advanced technology utilized in the creation of WILD SCIENCE, stating that they used AI and 3D rendering to transform nature’s creatures into detailed models. This production would not have been possible without the support of ZDF Studios, their partners. Nikolas Huelbusch, Director Unscripted at ZDF Studios, expressed excitement about their involvement in WILD SCIENCE from development to production. He believes that it will resonate well with viewers across German-speaking territories and beyond. Plans for additional licensing deals are currently underway.

The partnership between BIG MEDIA and ZDF Studios allows for a hands-on approach to productions like WILD SCIENCE. It gives them the opportunity to be part of every aspect of this project, from development to production. The team at BIG MEDIA is excited about this collaboration as it allows them to bring their vision to life while working closely with their partners at ZDF Studios.

Wildlife enthusiasts will be eagerly waiting for WILD SCIENCE’s debut next month as it promises a thrilling exploration into Earth’s most fearsome predators using state-of-the-art technology.

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