National Geographic announced a variety of brand new and returning series at the Television Critics Association. It was the venue for many panels on shows including Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Retrograde, Prom Pact, The Crossover, A Small Light, Explore the World with the Next Gen of Nat Geo Storytellers, Nat Geo Documentary Films Directors and Secrets of the Elephants, launch dates, and brand new trailers were announced. As of now, it is worthwhile to mention that Disney’s linear channels as well as streaming services will feature both the old and new programming, one of which includes Trafficked with Mariana van Zeller.
National Geographic will air the latest seasons of The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder on January 5th, beginning at 8:30 p.m. Later that day, it will also be available online via Hulu. The show follows the adventures of Penny Proud and her family: grandparents Oscar and Trudy and twins BeBe and CeCe as well as grandmother Suga Mama (and Puff!). Also, her good friends Dijonay Jones, LaCienega Boulevardez, Zoey Howzer, Maya Leibowitz-Jenkins, as well as Michael Collins accompany her. In the wake of the great success of the first season, The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder will continue to provide amusing and engaging stories to its viewers.
In February on February 2, the second season of Disney+ Original will premiere in the US. An international release is scheduled. The second season will follow the story of super-intelligent -year-old Lunella Lafayette as well as her pet T-Rex, Devil Dinosaur, as they protect all of the Lower East Side of New York City from danger. The highly-anticipated series, which is based upon Marvel’s popular comics, explores themes like self-worth, interfaith dating, as well as the Juneteenth holiday. Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur will be available for streaming on February 5.
Disney Channel’s powerful, eight-episode special program A Small Light tells the extraordinary true story of twentysomething secretary Miep Gies (Bel Powleyand her spouse Jan (Joe Cole). Upon being asked by their supervisor Otto Frank (Liev Schreiber), the two did not be reluctant to protect him or their family from detection ***** during World War II. Miep and a number of other everyday heroes, watched over eight individuals in the orphanage for 2 years. Miep has discovered the diary of Anne Frank The diary was discovered in the form of six episodes, which can currently be streamed on Disney+. International streaming begins on Wednesday on February 3rd.
In her last days, Gies expressed the words that would later serve as the inspiration for the series title: “I do not appreciate being called a hero, for there is no need to be exceptional for helping others. It is even the simplest of occupations, such as mommyhood, secretarial work, or adolescencecan bring a glimmer of light in darkened rooms”. Kristen Kish is a renowned chef and businesswoman who travels around the globe in search of the people, countries, communities food and customs. Her forthcoming series, Restaurants at the End of the World is set to premiere this April 1 this year on National Geographic and Disney+.
Kristen travels across the globe to find the remotest restaurants. She will also look into their lives, including story of the purveyors, chefs and farmers. She’ll be revealing their stories and gaining insight into the challenges which accompany putting food on the table in the world’s far-flung regions. Food and drink at the End of the World, one of the new National Geographic series, debuts on March 1st, on a Tuesday with the entire series streaming on Disney+ the following Spring. Furthermore, Prom Pact, a Disney Original Movie, is an enchanting comedy that takes place during the exciting prom season in high school.
What we can learn
Kristen Kish’s Restaurants at the End of the World can be a good example of how everyday moments can be sources of inspiring and inspiration. Her series aims at highlighting the beauty of all corners of the planet, which is a lesson that everyone could learn from. The experiences she has had, be it secretarial work or motherhood, as well as travel to new destinations, are able to lighten dark rooms and spark meaningful connections.