National Geographic’s content President, Courteney Monroe, president, announced during National Geographic’s TCA session that they’ve greenlight a new non-scripted series called “The 7 Toughest Days On Earth”.
Dwayne Fields grew up around violent gangs and is a natural-born survivor who’s stared death in the face his entire life. He escaped the inner city to become an explorer, where he conquered the brutal magnetic north pole, becoming the first Black British citizen to achieve this accomplishment. His unmatched resilience, unique spirit and optimism have him determined to push himself to the absolute edge. THE 7 “The 7 Toughest Days On Earth” will follow Fields as he’s dropped into some of the most extreme places on Earth — at their deadliest time — for seven whole days when epic natural forces combine to supersize external threats. His task is to keep himself and his small film crew alive and lead them to an extraction point, revealing incredible moments on Earth only a few have witnessed.
Production on “The 7 Toughest Days On Earth” will begin in winter 2021.
Fields is living proof that no matter what life throws at you or where you come from, you can overcome anything. “The 7 Toughest Days On Earth” isproduced by Nutopia, the team behind Nat Geo’s ONE STRANGE ROCK and LIMITLESS WITH CHRIS HEMSWORTH. From Nutopia, executive producers are Jane Root and Sam Bagnall. For National Geographic, Chris Kugelman is executive producer, Bengt Anderson is vice president of production, and Alan Eyres is senior vice president of production and development.
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