National Geographic Channel is unveiling an action-packed 12 part series called ‘Nat Geo’s Most Amazing Moments’ on March 26 at 8:00 pm. The series will present the most awe-inspiring events featuring spectacular imagery and first hand accounts from scientists, journalists and filmmakers on the scene captured by National Geographic’s lens.
Elaborating on the news series, Rajesh Sheshadri, Vice-President, Marketing, National Geographic Channel, India, said “‘Nat Geo’s Most Amazing Moments’ showcases a collection of real-life experiences that makes our viewers think again about their definition of possible and impossible by going beyond their thought horizons. National Geographic’s unparalleled cinematography also adds to the thrilling experience.”
The 12-part series will cover a theme for each episode. These episodes will take the viewers through different experiences from extreme danger to thrilling moments of close encounters with death; from nature’s fury to dangerous rescue missions, and unpredictable animal behaviour to painful human rituals.
The first episode of the series – ‘Most Thrilling Moments’ – will present the most daring moments ever caught on film. ‘Most Extreme Moments’, which will be aired on March 26 at 9 pm, will showcase amazing scenes from a blood-squirting lizard to the largest volcanic eruption ever captured on film.
‘Most Dangerous Moments’ (March 27, 8 pm), will highlight moments of extraordinary danger in five categories some of them being, Wild Encounters and Nature’s Fury. This will be followed by ‘Close Encounters’ (at 9 pm), which will feature surprising moments when predator meets prey, man meets animal, and people look death in the face.
‘Countdown Crocs’ will be aired on March 28 at 8:00 pm followed by ‘Bite Force’ at 9:00 pm, which will showcase the hunting strategies of predators. The world’s most intriguing animal behaviour will be captured in the episode titled ‘Dens of Danger’ on March 29 at 8:00 pm, which will be followed by ‘Super Snake’ at 9:00 pm.
A two-hour special on some of the dramatic events will be captured through ‘Nat Geo’s Most Amazing Moments’ to be aired on March 30 at 8:00 pm. The series will conclude with ‘Predators of War’ on March 31 at 8:00 pm.