Love Nature unveils new original series ‘Otter Dynasty’, produced by Beach House Pictures
Love Nature, a wildlife and nature brand with linear and streaming platforms reaching 300 million households worldwide, announced its latest original series, Otter Dynasty (6×60’; 4K). Produced by Beach House Pictures, in association with Love Nature and Animal Planet, the six-part series will examine the urban wildlife story of three otter families in Singapore. The project follows this resilient species, which were once declared locally extinct from Singapore in the 1970s and now have made the ultimate comeback with 120 otters now vying for survival in the city’s Marina Bay. Love Nature will begin launching Otter Dynasty on its international linear and streaming video platforms in November 2022. Blue Ant International oversees licensing in markets outside of the U.S.
Since their return from extinction, multiple otter families are now scattered across the island and just about every group is determined to reside in the prime real estate of Marina Bay. The catch? There’s only enough space in this key location for one dominant family to have access to the finest food, best shelter, and safest location to raise a family. In this urban wildlife story, audiences will be mesmerized as three urbanized otter clans make it their business to fight for their turn to be on top while continuing to adapt to their concrete jungle.
Otter Dynasty will follow each otter family as they learn one important rule – more territory means more challenges. While they have learned to climb stairs, cross streets and move up and down ladders to get in and out of vertical canals, these otters must also manoeuvre around Singapore’s predatory wildlife including crocodiles and cobras. These charming animals navigate through it all with exuberance and fun.
The Otter Dynasty families include the ruling Bay City family, the 1% otter group who lives the life of luxury in Marina Bay among Singapore’s futuristic landscapes; the young, up-and-coming River Rebels, who have set their sights set on Marina Bay and enjoy a fun-filled life in a fashionable and trendy neighbourhood as they raid fishponds and stop traffic every time they cross the city’s busy roads; and The Wildlings, a young family living a hard but adventurous life in the Mangrove forest where they tough it out against marauding lizards, floods, and choppy seas.
Otter Dynasty is produced by Beach House Pictures, in association with Love Nature and Animal Planet. Jocelyn Little and Donovan Chan are Executive Producers for Beach House Pictures. Jerry Decker is Showrunner and Claire Clements is Series Director. James Manfull is Executive Producer on behalf of Love Nature. For Discovery, Keith Hoffman is Executive Producer and Sarah Russell is Supervising Producer.
Love Nature is available in over 300 million households worldwide, via its branded linear and online platforms available in 135+ countries and through key content partnerships with Sky Nature (UK), Starhub (Singapore), Rogers (Canada), KPN, VodafoneZiggo (Netherlands) and more.
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