“Nature Gone Wild”is an amazing television show. It captures outrageous, viral films of the whole lot from animal attacks to natural disasters and greater. Professional manual, explorer and Emmy Winner Greg Aiello gives perception into unfiltered pictures of peoples, animals and nature collected from all around the globe. The collection dissects clips of mother nature within the act and gets to the foundation of what induced every impossible prevalence.
A&E Network announces new non-fiction collection “Nature Gone Wild” following expert backcountry manual and explorer Greg Aiello as he highlights and analyzes some of the most jaw-losing pictures of fantastic occurrences in nature. This 12-episode, half of hour collection from Thinkfactory Media will top-rated on Wednesday, January 6 at 10pm ET/PT with two new continuous episodes. Greg Aiello has traveled to the most remote corners of the world documenting the whole lot nature has thrown at him.
Every episode of this show will found rare, unfiltered moments of the wild as Aiello offers analysis and insight into unfiltered photos of man, animals and nature gathered from all around the globe. The series dissects clips of mom nature within the act and gets to the foundation of what caused each inconceivable occurrence.
A&E Network produced this show by using Thinkfactory Media, an ITV America organisation. Executive producers of Thinkfactory are Adam Reed, Adam Freeman, Karen Kunkel Young and Mark Anstendig. Executive producers for A&E Network are Sean Gottlieb, Zachary Behr and Amy Savitsky. In every episode of the 12 x 30-minute collection, Aiello will provide analysis and perception into unfiltered photos of people, animals and nature from around the world — from animal attacks to natural failures and more.
The 12-episode, half of-hour series premieres on Wednesday Jan. 6. Each installment will explore unfiltered moments of the sector’s wild aspect as Aiello explains and analyzes the unfiltered footage of natural phenomenons gathered from throughout the globe to get to the basis of the numerous occurrences.