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General News Nat Geo Wild greenlights horror nature show ‘Dead By Dawn’
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MUMBAI: Nat Geo Wild has greenlighted of ‘Dead by Dawn’, a new six-part series that brings horror to nature. From Skybound Entertainment (creators of ‘The Walking Dead’) and Love Productions, Dead by Dawn is the first-ever horror nature series claimed the broadcaster. ‘Dead by Dawn’ will premiere in 140 countries and 38 languages.

This genre-bending series showcases the horror that is a reality in the wild when the sun goes down. Each episode offers its own twist on horror, inspired by classic, modern and cult classic films, and uses storytelling techniques that are aimed at infusing suspense, tension and eeriness into the terrifyingly real stories of life in the wild … after dark.

‘Dead by Dawn’ the broadcaster said delivers captivating and excellent visuals and storytelling while audaciously leaning into classic horror folly and memorable, distinctive soundtracks alongside suspenseful nature stories that begin just before sunset and end just after sunrise. Each episode features wildlife in a different country, from Costa Rica to Indonesia to the swamps of the US. Once the sun goes down, creatures of the night battle for survival. It’s a countdown until dawn, and only the strongest and luckiest will live to see the sunrise. Warning: Be prepared to scream!

“Dead by Dawn is a great example of how Nat Geo Wild continues to find new ways to showcase the real, incredible drama of the natural world, and we could not be more thrilled to collaborate with the creative minds at Skybound Entertainment and Love Productions on this exciting, edge-of-your-seat series. Nature can often be more frightening than fiction, and I think viewers will find that this genre mashup of horror with natural history provides a refreshing and entertaining new look at the realities of life in the animal kingdom” said Nat Geo Wild senior VP development and production Janet Han Vissering.

“At Skybound we are fans of genre content told in compelling and new ways. Combining our passion for horror with Nat Geo Wild’s expertise in science and wildlife and Love Productions’ proficiency in storytelling for global audiences is an extremely exciting opportunity. We can’t wait to share stories of life and death in nature through this new lens” said Skybound, co-presidents of film and TV Bryan, Sean Furst, in a joint statement.

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