New on Zone Reality this March:Shark ChasersPremiered:
Sunday, 2 March at 19h00
Shark Chasers follows extreme scuba divers JD Roberto and Ascanio Pignatelli on their mission to come face to face with the sea’s deadliest creatures. Zone Reality fanatics are advised to fasten their weight belts and get ready to submerge with two adrenaline junkies who get intimate with ferocious shark in exotic locations including French Polynesia, Costa Rica, South Africa and the Bahamas.TVSA's Shark Chasers Mini-Site.
Power, Priviledge and JusticePremiere date:
Wife, Mom and Bounty HunterPremiered:
Monday, 3 March at 21h30On weekdays at the same time until Monday, 17 March
Wife, Mom, Bounty Hunter is an American reality television series which follows former female wrestler and adult film star Sandra Scott as she balances family life with running her own bail bonds business in Phoenix, Arizona.TVSA's Wife, Mom and Bounty Hunter Mini-Site.
Monday, 17 March at 22h00Runs Mondays to Wednesdays throughout March
No one knows the dark side of the rich and famous better than Dominick Dunne. The consummate insider as well as an indefatigable crusader, Dunne is the most penetrating chronicler today of the arrogance that leads the rich to believe they are above the law.
Dunne now brings his perspective to television with Power, Privilege and Justice. The series begins with Dunne exploring a suspicious business deal that results in murder. An Australian businessman washes up on a beach and a series of clues lead investigators to his father's resort hotel in Ibiza, Spain.
Also in March, she lived the American dream, rising from a small town in New Jersey to become one of the richest and most famous women in the United States. Lifestyle guru Martha Stewart confronts the nightmare of public disgrace and the possibility of serving a lengthy prison sentence following a sensational celebrity trial.
Filth Files 2
Premiere date: Tuesday, 18 March 21h30
Even more knee deep in muck, series 2 of The Filth Files captures the frustrations and victories of the Environmental Health team in their daily quest to fight dirt and disease.
Whether it’s in restaurants, at the zoo, on the beach, or even in cemeteries, wherever there is filth, the intrepid team of inspectors are intent on finding the culprit and protecting the public and environment.
101 More Things Removed From The Human BodyPremiere date:
Saturday, 29 March at 22h00
101 More Things Removed from the Human Body is a one-hour special about people around the world who’ve survived extreme medical conditions.
The show features on-scene video and recreations, as well as 3D graphics, X-rays and other medical imagery to illustrate the extraordinary medical dilemma confronting doctors who have treated these patients, most of whom were in life-threatening situations.
Interviews with patients who have undergone miraculous removals of dangerous objects, as well as with the doctors who saved them, drive the compelling stories of quick emergency response and innovative surgical techniques.
Cases include two motorcycle riders who were impaled by the same metal rod, a woman who was speared by a living marlin, a scout who was struck in the forehead with a knife and a police officer who was impaled through the chest by a 2’ x 6’ board.
101 More Things Removed from the Human Body also features stories about a living fly larva growing inside a woman’s scalp, a woman who was stung by over 500 bees and a drill bit that went through a man’s skull.
Remarkably, all of the people featured survived and are doing well.
Sunday, 30 March at 21h00
Catching the perpetrators of illegal dumping, poaching, toxic spills and daring rescues on sea, land and air are all in a day’s work for the E Force team (the “E” stands for environmental). Through access with various enforcement agencies they travel in helicopters, hovercrafts and even underwater to get the job done.