Nat Geo screens Earth Live next month, a Live 2 hour event, described as the ‘Super Bowl of the natural world.’
The special will air live from locations across six continents from South America to Asia, including Australia, promising to bring viewers face to face with wildlife in their habitat.
Phil Keoghan and Jane Lynch will anchor from a New York City studio, simulcast to 171 countries and in 45 languages.
During the broadcast, viewers will get to see the world’s greatest wildlife cinematographers travel to Ethiopia to capture hyenas in their natural habitat, get an inside look to the rare and elusive cat, the ocelot, see the Old World monkeys found in Jodhpur, India – langurs and many other amazing animals. And, for the first time viewers will watch live wildlife only lit by the moon, in full color, via new lowlight camera technology with a Canon ME20.
Earth Live is produced by Bunim-Murray Productions, Berman Productions and Plimsoll Productions for National Geographic.
Updated: Live 10am AEST Monday July 10 on Nat Geo.