Travel Channel has picked up Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan for Season 3, along with the first two seasons of the documentary series.
The network has also renewed Expedition Unknown and Booze Traveler for second seasons, to air later in 2015.
“Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan” (Season Three) is an exhilarating travel-adventure series that follows actor and wildlife enthusiast Dominic Monaghan (“Lost,” “The Lord of the Rings”) as he treks through the remote corners of the globe in search of some of the most exotic, bizarre and dangerous animals in the world. In Season Three, Monaghan takes viewers on an intimate journey through the rainforests of Brazil, the oceans of Mozambique, rich ecosystems of Madagascar and many more marvelous locales — to get up close and personal with some of the most elusive and extraordinary creatures known to man. Along the way, he’ll encounter vibrant locals, quirky experts and a host of species that inhabit the strange and wonderfully wild places on our planet. “Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan” is greenlit for eight hour-long episodes produced by Cream Productions/Wildfire.
While working in the bars of South Boston, Jack Maxwell learned one thing – sit down with a stranger and a couple of drinks, and the whole world opens up. In Season Two of “Booze Traveler,” viewers will continue to follow Maxwell on his search for the world’s most interesting drinks, the people who drink them, and the places, customs and cultures behind it all. This time around, the search takes Maxwell to locations around the world including Italy, Hungary, Greece and Tanzania. “Booze Traveler” is greenlit for 16 one-hour episodes produced by Karga Seven Pictures in association with White Reindeer Productions.
In Season Two of “Expedition Unknown,” the series continues to chronicle the adventures of Josh Gates as he investigates unsolved iconic stories across the globe. Armed with a degree in archeology and a passion for travel, Gates begins by uncovering recent developments in the story, then springboards into a fully immersive exploration. This season, the authentic, roughshod journeys lead Gates closer to the truth behind compelling stories including the mystery of Christopher Columbus’s early life, the lost tomb of Genghis Khan in Mongolia, and Blackbeard’s illustrious treasure in the Caribbean. To separate fact from fiction, Gates immerses himself in different cultures to understand the world as the people of those cultures do. His ultimate goal is always to find the truth behind the legend. “Expedition Unknown” is greenlit for 16 one-hour episodes produced by Ping Pong Productions.