US fans, rejoice! This Thursday you’ll be able to catch up on season 2 of Wild Things on the Travel Channel! APR 23 Thurs 9 | 8c
“Additionally, 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. ”
The team is still working on season 3 as we speak… follow some of their antics as they tease us with some sneak peaks and destination hints via Instagram: WILDTHINGSDOM Looks like an awesome new season they’re working on, can’t wait!
The Wild Things team are fortunate enough to have this as their office right now as they start filming season 3 of Wild Things.
Follow WILDTHINGSDOM on Instagram for some sneek peaks at the upcoming season (no spoilers, be curious). Please keep in mind that there’s no release date confirmed yet as they are currently filming and will need time to edit, etc. If you’re wondering how to catch up with season 1 and season 2, hopefully THIS guide will help.
UPDATE: we hear the release date for season 3 will be January 2016! The show has also found a new home on the Travel Channel! Stay tuned..
The full episode 10 (season 2 finale) is now available on Amazon, iTunes and YouTube (think about leaving behind a good review too!):
BBC America didn’t include the footage of Dom getting bitten by the monitor lizard, but OLN Canada did.
Canadian subscribers can watch the full episode here:
For everyone else… here it is (OUCH):
That’s it for Wild Things season 2… now go demand a season 3 from BBC America and OLN Canada!! Congrats to the whole Wild Things team for an even more epic season, it was filled with passion, education, entertainment and we hope to see many more. Thanks for all your hard work.
For those of you outside the US and Canada, season 2 will be aired internationally by BBC Worldwide, the next premiere will be on July 7th on BBC Knowledge Australia and New Zealand. Keep an eye on our list HERE which we’ll update when we get new air dates info from around the world.
Dom promised us an even bigger and better season, more animals, more danger, blood… he delivered! Don’t miss tonight’s SEASON FINALE on BBC America and OLN Canda, and let’s keep our fingers crossed for season 3! #WeWantSeason3
The full episode 9 from last week is now available on Amazon, iTunes and YouTube:
here are sneak peek videos of episode 10 when Dom travels deep into the wilds of Thailand, searching for one of the most unique and endangered primates on the planet, the Slow Loris, the world’s only venomous primate. He plays with tiger cubs along the way and… gets attacked leaving him with 40 stitches??
For those of you outside the US and Canada, season 2 will be aired internationally by BBC Worldwide, keep an eye on our list HERE which we’ll update when we get new air dates info from around the world.
We all know by now Dom is really passionate about the natural world and wild life, but that doesn’t just translate into the BBC America show we know and love now, and his passion started way earlier than that!
Here’s a great interview and video (click on the image below to watch the video):
You know him as Charlie from “Lost” or as one of Frodo’s loveable companions in “Lord of the Rings,” but actor Dominic Monaghan is now trekking the globe in search of exotic creatures on his new show, “Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan” on BBC America.
His passion for travel and exploring comes naturally and started young. “My parents moved every four years or so. I got bitten with the travel bug when I was a little kid. And I think my parents taught us a real sense of fearlessness about travel.” Monaghan says.
Monaghan was born in Berlin and moved several times before his family settled down in Manchester when he was 11. He feels this early nomadic life prepared him for life as an actor. “As an actor, you tend to pick up your life and then go dump it down somewhere else and you have to be OK with living out of a suitcase. And I am,” he says. Continue reading →