Mysterious frozen lakes filled with bones, mummified bodies hanging from inside a glacier, and a 30,000-year-old virus frozen in ice brought back to life in a laboratory. These strange mysteries and more are exposed in Secrets in the Ice, a new unscripted series from Toronto based Shark Teeth Films, premiering Monday, January 5 at 8 p.m. ET on Super Channel Fuse.
Each hour-long episode of the six-part, first season will also be available on Super Channel On Demand the day following its weekly linear broadcast.
To view the trailer for Secrets in the Ice, visit: https://www.superchannel.ca/sh
Using state of the art archaeological technologies and cutting-edge CGI animation, Secrets in the Ice spotlights the mysteries that have been locked away in icy tombs all over the world for centuries. At the base of a massive glacier in Southern Greenland, Danish archeologists have discovered the remains of an ancient stone hut. Was this site the home to a Viking seer practicing black magic? In Siberia, archeologists have excavated a mummy with fantastical tattoos against the many warnings of locals. Have they uncovered buried treasure, or unleashed an ancient curse?
From frozen remains of woolly mammoths and human remains on the peaks of Mount Everest, to buried underground military stations and enormous craters hidden beneath
glaciers, Secrets in the Ice reveals the mysteries in some of the most daunting, frozen places on Earth.
Secrets in the Ice is produced for Science Channel in the US by Shark Teeth Films. For Shark Teeth Films, Adrian Carter, Tom Mudd and Paul Taylor are executive producers. For Science Channel, Neil Laird is executive producer and Andrew Lessner is producer. The series is co-financed and distributed globally by Boat Rocker Studios.