Nat Geo Wild Sends ‘Howie Mandel’s Animals Doing Things’ to BarkFest – TCADeadline.Com #Geo_WildFebruary 11, 2019
National Geographic has set Howie Mandel ’s Animals Doing Things for a return, leading off with coverage of Nat Geo Wild ’s fifth annual BarkFest weekend in April.
The Nat Geo Wild slate includes a new, live event series from the creators of Live PD called Animal ER Live.
Additionally, Nat Geo Wild’s slate also includes several new series that are slated to premiere in July 2019, including Red Zone Dogs (working title), which follows dog behavior specialist Matt Beisner as he works with the most dangerous, most aggressive, and most misunderstood dogs in the country; and Out There With Jack Randall , a new series that follows former Steve Irwin apprentice and zoologist Randall as he treks into the wild to teach others about anacondas, crocodiles and other amazing animals.
This upcoming programming lineup will not only deliver on Nat Geo Wild’s promise to put animals first, but also surprise viewers with new characters, stories and formats that will strike a chord with animal lovers of all ages.”
Animal ER LiveLive Event Series Airs Saturday and Sunday Nights at 9/8c Beginning Saturday, March 30(Produced by Big Fish Entertainment , an MGM Company) From the creators of Live PD comes Animal ER Live, a new live series following animal emergencies at six animal hospitals across the country.
This series gathers together the world’s most adorable animals and seeks to answer the big question: Which is the cutest of them all?
Red Zone Dogs (working title)New Six-Part Series Premieres July 2019(Produced by High Noon Entertainment) Dog behavior specialist Matt Beisner works with the most dangerous, most aggressive, and most misunderstood dogs in the country.
Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ERSeason Seven Premieres Sunday, Feb. 24, 9/8c (Produced by Spectrum Productions) Dr. K’s exotic cases and cures are as wild and unexpected as the animals that come through the door.
“Everything but dogs and cats.
Living alongside a booming population of the world’s largest reptile — the saltwater crocodile — Wright is a modern-day “Crocodile Dundee” as he works to keep both crocs and people safe.