At this weeks “Upfront” event in New York, National Geographic Global Television Networks President Courteney Monroe, announced a new series called Lost Cities.
LOST CITIES features host and National Geographic Explorer Albert Lin on a high-tech adventure that will revolutionize archaeology across the globe. Utilizing ground-penetrating radar, LiDar and 3D scanning, Lin will work with boots-on-the-ground archaeologists to discover and re-create unexcavated worlds still hidden beneath the earth.
The ambitious approach will use high-tech imagery to uncover and resolve mysteries of the past in the most extraordinary sites of antiquity, including the Knights Templar in Israel, the Lost Kingdom of the Pacific in Micronesia, and the city behind the legend of El Dorado: City of Gold in Colombia. Lost Cities With Albert Lin promises to both redefine history and make history.
This series will consist of 6 episodes and will be coming to the National Geographic channel in October. With National Geographic one of the core 5 brands of Disney+, expect to see shows like this also coming to the new streaming service at some point.
Are you interested in this new series?