Pedro Pascal will be the narrator of a CNN docuseries about Patagonia: "I have great memories"

The Chilean actor will narrate the six episodes of “Patagonia: Life on the Edge of the World,” a production that will debut in the United States next month.

the american chain CNN signed the actor Peter Pascal as the narrator of his upcoming original docuseries, “Patagonia: Life on the Edge of the World”, where southern images of Chile and Argentina will be shown. So far, its premiere is scheduled only in the United States, where it will debut on Sunday, July 10.

Pascal will narrate the six chapters of the production, which will focus on the nature of the territory in the visual style of “Planet Earth”.

“I have great memories of traveling to Patagonia and exploring some of the beautiful places depicted in the series”recalled the artist in statements collected by the portal The Hollywood Reporter.

“I am excited to put my voice on the project and share this special part of the world with the North American public,” added the interpreter of “The Mandalorian” and “Game of thrones”.

With this, the artist joins a long list of celebrities who have collaborated with the CNN series; What Eva Longoriawho will take charge of the Mexican version of “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy”.

“Patagonia” is the first attempt by the television network to address natural history as a theme through a docuseries. According to THR, this had an on-site shoot that took a year.

There, in Patagonia, the team recorded images of landscapes and wildlife, as well as the scientific work carried out in the area and the routine of local communities.

With Pedro Pascal on vocals, “Patagonia” will be part of the “CNN Sunday” programming block in the United States, which will also include a series of interviews with Chris Wallace.

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