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Source:  Vulture

In November, BBC America replaced its entire Saturday schedule with shows and specials devoted to wildlife and the natural world, rebranding itself as Wonderstruck one day each week.

Now, realizing audiences could use more cuddly creatures in their lives during the coronavirus crisis, Vulture has learned the AMC Networks–owned cable channel is doubling down on the concept.

Earlier this month, BBC America replaced its usual Thursday content with Wonderstruck.

The network is also launching a companion website, Wonderstrucktv.com, that will serve up free shortform nature-related content specifically designed to help lessen anxiety.

Read the story at Vulture.


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