Fetch announces the additions of two new channels to the platform

Love Nature is a wildlife and nature brand, while Curiosity explores science, technology, history, nature and travel

Fetch has announced the addition of two new channels to the platform – Love Nature and Curiosity.

Love Nature is a wildlife and nature brand with linear and streaming channels available in over 130 countries. The channel has launched in Australia as a premium, linear subscription channel on the aggregation platform.
The launch signals Love Nature’s debut to audiences on a linear subscription channel across the country. The deal was brokered by media industry advisor Jon Penn of Sydney-based Future of Media Advisory.

Carlyn Staudt, general manager of Love Nature, said: “Australia is a major market that brings Love Nature an engaged fanbase, hungry for wildlife and nature stories they are truly passionate about. Our new partnership with Fetch TV has solidified this opportunity and we can’t wait to show their viewers what Love Nature has to offer.”


Sam Hall, chief content and commercial officer, Fetch TV added: “Love Nature will bring the Fetch audience closer to the animal kingdom in its natural habitat. We are delighted to partner with Love Nature to bring this high quality, engaging entertainment to Australian homes.”

Subscribers to the Fetch Knowledge and Ultimate Channel Packs will be able to tune-in to Love Nature’s week-long Love Earth programming event beginning on April 17, which is stacked with special programming celebrating the beauty and wonder of Earth in honour of Earth Day.

The event will showcase the premiere of Chasing the Rains, on April 22, Earth Day. The four-part original series, narrated by Adjoa Andoh (Bridgerton, Invictus) is filmed beyond the jagged peaks of Mount Kenya, during one of Africa’s worst droughts in twenty years. 

Additional Love Nature programming highlights include: Uptown Otters (6 x 60), a six-part series that examines the urban wildlife story of three otter families in Singapore, and Planet Shark (3 x 60’) reveals new scientific discoveries and incredible footage of one of the most mysterious and ancient predators on the planet—sharks.
Becoming Orangutan
(3 x 60′) a charming series that gives audiences an intimate look inside the world’s largest orangutan rehabilitation centre in Borneo, where orphaned primates are nurtured by specially trained caregivers from the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF).
Also joining Fetch is Curiosity Channel, which will provide Fetch subscribers with immediate access to award-winning films, series, and shows that explore science, technology, history, nature, travel, and more.
Titles coming to Fetch on the Curiosity Channel include Engineering the Future, History by the Numbers, Planet Insect, and Red Elvis.

Bakori Davis
, global head of partnerships and distribution at Curiosity, said: “Curiosity is committed to serving a global audience, and strategic distribution partnerships are critical to our effort.”
“We have long said that nothing travels and translates as well as factual content, and we are thrilled to partner with Fetch TV to introduce the Curiosity brand and Curiosity Channel to new viewers,” Davis added.
Hall, CCC officer at Fetch TV, added: “We are delighted to partner with Curiosity to bring a wealth of new premium factual programming to Fetch’s curious audience.”
Fetch TV is an Australian technology developer and content aggregator, founded in Sydney in 2008. Following an investment by Telstra Group Limited in 2022, the business operates as a joint venture between Telstra (51.4%) and Astro Holdings.

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