Sony BBC Earth is going to premiere the second season of its ‘Dynasties’ show with the theme ‘Legacy Must Live On’.
‘Dynasties II’ promises to take the adventure quotient a notch higher than its first part. The show aims to provide fresh insights into the secret lives of some of the most charismatic animal species as they fight for their families against the odds. It is a visual spectacle narrated by Sir David Attenborough that reverberates that family is power.
The six-part series explores the complexities of different animal dynasties, delving deep into their intricate social structures, behaviours and relationships that define their existence. ‘Dynasties II’ features stories with iconic favourites, elephant and cheetah, as well as unearths the stories of some unsung heroes of the animal kingdom, puma and hyena.
Filmed across the world, Dynasties II takes viewers on a visual tour from Patagonia’s frozen Andes and the plains of Zambia to grasslands in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro.
To create relevant chatter around the premiere of Dynasties II, the channel has associated with an Indian a-cappella band creating a song about legacy living on. The song is supported by a-cappella of animal sounds of all legendary animals that are part of the series and is entirely produced without the use of instruments.
Furthermore, the channel is building engagement through non-ticketed exclusive screenings of the show across key metros – Mumbai (Nehru Science Centre), Delhi (India Habitat Centre) and Chennai (Dakshina Chitra).
Viewers can tune in to Sony BBC Earth on March 20, 2023, to watch Dynasties II at 9 pm.
Tushar Shah, Chief Marketing Officer and Business Head – English Cluster and Sony AATH, Sony Pictures Networks India, said, “We are thrilled to premiere the second season of 'Dynasties', one of our most spectacular wildlife documentary series. This show introduces viewers to the thrill and drama of wildlife as some of the world's most iconic animal species fight for the survival of their dynasties. With shows like this, we hope to continue entertaining audiences by exhibiting some never-seen-before stories from the wild.”
Simon Blakeney, Series Producer, Dynasties II, said, “We often tend to look at animals in general terms – what is ‘normal’ for a species – but what working on Dynasties has shown us is that the reality for individual animals is often far from ‘normal’! The challenges that our characters face are specific to the exact situations they find themselves in, and the solutions they come up with often depend as much on the circumstances and experiences which that individual has gone through. Each animal is unique!”