News round-up: Netflix faces ‘Toughest Forces On Earth’; Roku orders ‘Tracee Travels’; Paramount+ renews ‘Dora’

Toughest Forces On Earth (Source: Netflix)

Netflix faces ‘Toughest Forces On Earth’

Netflix has ordered Toughest Forces On Earth, an eight-part docuseries from UK-based Emporium Productions, which previously produced Inside The World’s Toughest Prisons for the streamer.

The series will debut on 22 May, and follows three former special operations soldiers – US Army Ranger Cameron Fath, British Special Forces operator Dean Stott and US Navy Seal Ryan Bates – travel the world on a mission to go deep inside the most elite and secretive military units on the planet.

The series was commissioned for Netflix by Mollie Block and Todd Hurvitz.

Roku orders ‘Tracee Travels’

Roku has ordered Tracee Travels (working title) a new docuseries helmed by actress and Pattern CEO Tracee Ellis Ross.

A champion of solo travel, Ross invites viewers on her journey, as she meticulously, laboriously, and sometimes ridiculously prepares for and travels solo to spectacular locations.

Produced by Joy Mill Entertainment and Artists First, the docu-series will shoot later this year and debut exclusively on The Roku Channel in 2025.

Paramount+ renews ‘Dora’

Paramount+ has renewed animated pre-school series Dora for a second season.

Produced by Nickelodeon Animation, the series is a reboot of the popular Dora The Explorer series that originally launched on Nickelodeon in 2000.

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