Travel Channel has begun production on Season Three of “Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan,” the adventure series that follows actor and wildlife enthusiast Monaghan as he searches for the world’s most exotic animals. The first two seasons of “Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan” have been acquired by the network.
Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan” (Season Three) is an exhilarating travel-adventure series that follows actor and wildlife enthusiast Dominic Monaghan (“Lost,” “The Lord of the Rings”) as he treks through the remote corners of the globe in search of some of the most exotic, bizarre and dangerous animals in the world. In Season Three, Monaghan takes viewers on an intimate journey through the rainforests of Brazil, the oceans of Mozambique, rich ecosystems of Madagascar and many more marvelous locales — to get up close and personal with some of the most elusive and extraordinary creatures known to man. Along the way, he’ll encounter vibrant locals, quirky experts and a host of species that inhabit the strange and wonderfully wild places on our planet. “Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan” is greenlit for eight hour-long episodes produced by Cream Productions/Wildfire.
Emmy nominated and Canadian Screen Award nominated series Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan also returns to OLN Canada for a third season. Giant spitting cobras, charging elephants and deadly scorpions may intimidate the average person, but Dominic Monaghan (Lost, The Lord of the Rings trilogy) is eager to get up close with some of the world’s biggest, weirdest and most intense creatures alive as OLN renews Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan for a third season. The Cream Productions flagship show has found a new home in the U.S. with Travel Channel sweeping up the rights to the series. The series is currently nominated for a 2015 Rockie Award for its second season.
Season 3 will take Monaghan to hidden corners in countries such as Ethiopia, Madagascar and Palau as he adds even creepier and more unusual creatures to his roster of animal encounters. “Dominic is passionate about all creatures from giant insects to venomous jellyfish to endangered primates and everything in between,” said David Brady, CEO of Cream Productions. “In Season 3, we’re taking this quest to the next level, bringing viewers on a fascinating expedition to incredibly exotic and remote locales to learn more about these often misunderstood and feared animals.”
Production has started on the Emmy Award and Canadian Screen Award-Nominated OLN Original wildlife adventure series, produced by Cream Productions and Wildfire. Broadcast details to be announced at a later date.