From a media release:
Cottage Life, aÂ Blue Ant MediaÂ multi-platform brand that celebrates weekend living, is heading into summer with a lineup of new series that showcase fascinating animal stories and breathtaking retreats, as well as exclusive new online videos and its first-ever virtual reality shorts, featuring the Brojects.
Beginning Monday, July 4, the channel will premiereÂ What on Earth?Â that gives viewers unique viewpoints of the natural world. Wednesday, July 6 will see the debut of the highly anticipated Season 7 ofÂ Hope For Wildlife, which follows the day-to-day operations of a non-profit wildlife refuge in Nova Scotia. Continuing the wildlife theme on Wednesdays, the series will be followed byÂ Vet on the HillÂ andÂ David Attenboroughâ€™s Natural Curiousities. Rounding out the schedule, viewers will get their weekend fix of stunning vacation homes beginning July 9, with new installments of series starring fan-favourite hosts like Charlie Luxton and George Clarke, as well as a new real estate series,Â Home of the Year. Additionally, audiences will be able to watch full episodes and webisodes of fan-favourite Cottage Life series, includingÂ Cabin PressureÂ andÂ Brojects: In The HouseÂ onÂ CottageLife.com.
Hope For WildlifeÂ (New Season, Canadian Premiere)Â begins its highly anticipated Season 7 onÂ Wednesday, July 6 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. In this new season, the harshest Atlantic winter in a century challenges the staff at the Hope for Wildlife rehabilitation centre as theyâ€™ve never been tested. Construction on an expanded care facility for the centres resumes, but the melting snow reveals more orphaned and injured animals than the staff has ever encountered. Watch as Hope Swinimer, maintaining her signature optimism, inspires her crew to care for more than 3,000 animals â€” including more white-tailed deer than the sanctuary can hold â€” in a truly remarkable year of contrast and change.
New Online Videos
CottageLife.comÂ is debuting its first-ever virtual reality videos, in whichÂ BrojectsÂ fans will be treated to new videos with 360-degree footage that complement the exclusiveÂ Brojects: In The HouseÂ mini-build webisodes. Each video features a one- to three-minute scene related to key moments in the zany webisodes that gives viewers a 360-degree vantage point. The 360 videos can be found atÂ CottageLife.com/videoÂ and can be viewed on desktop or smartphone. For a truly immersive virtual reality experience that puts viewers in the house with the brojects themselves, fans can visitÂ brojects.tvÂ for information on downloading theÂ Brojects VR app and obtaining a Brojects Google cardboard viewer.
Over the summer,Â Cottagelife.comÂ will also roll out five new short videos a week as part of its popular original web series that feature helpful bite-size tips, essential how-to tutorials, useful advice from Cottage Life Editor, Michelle Kelly and beautiful lakeside moments. Some of the videos set to debut this summer will include the basics for cooking a great steak, a DIY ice cream treat to impress guests and a look at unique locations in Canada. The site will also allow audiences to catch up on full episodes of new series such asÂ Hope For Wildlife,Â which will join full episodes of fan favourites includingÂ Colin & Justinâ€™s Cabin PressureÂ andÂ Brojects: In The House.Â Audiences will find Cottage Lifeâ€™s complete library of new and pre-existing online videos and webisodes atÂ cottagelife.com/video.
Cottage Life is a Blue Ant Media multi-platform brand, celebrating the people, activities and places that make leisure time special. Exclusive content covers real estate, food, DIY projects and much more. Both informative and entertaining, no one captures the essence of weekend living like this.Â tv.cottagelife.com