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Boat Rocker adds six unscripted food, history and science shows to slate

Mary Makes it Easy looks at everyday cooking problems

Canada-based Boat Rocker has added six unscripted series to its slate ahead of Mipcom next week.

Mary Makes it Easy (25×30’), produced by Boat Rocker’s Proper Television, sees Canadian chef Mary Berg take viewers step-by-step through recipes that solve everyday cooking conundrums.

Also in the food space is season two of Chuck & the First People’s Kitchen (13×30’), which follows chef Chuck Hughes as he visits Indigenous communities to learn about ancestral culinary traditions and expand his cooking horizons. The series is produced by Andicha Media.

Australian fact ent company Wildbear’s Weeks of War (8×60’), commissioned by A+E Networks UK, looks at the headlines from the frontlines and beyond to explore how people lived and survived during the Second World War.

Also new to Boat Rocker’s slate is Spirit Talker (13×30’), a docuseries that follows a Miꞌkmaq medium who travels from coast to coast using his psychic abilities to connect the living with the dead.

Produced by Lenzwork Productions and currently airing on BYU TV is season seven of Relative Race (10×60’), which sees four teams use their DNA as a roadmap to discover new relatives during a 10-day period and compete for a cash prize.

Completing Boat Rocker’s new unscripted line-up is season two of Secrets in the Ice (16×60’), which takes viewers to the most remote, cold and inhospitable places on the planet to reveal great mysteries that were once frozen in time.

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