Flight 33 Productions is a leading producer of non-fiction programming. We've built a reputation for telling great stories with style, while pioneering the use of feature film-quality CGI for factual television. We have produced over 250 hours of original programming. Our groundbreaking 2-hour special Life After People remains the highest rated special ever on History, and also won the time slot for all of TV in the 18-49 male demo. The program received three Emmy nominations and spawned a hit series.
Rocket City Rednecks premiered as the highest rated new series of the year for the National Geographic Channel. Other productions include The Universe, now in its seventh season on History/H2, History of the World in 2 Hours, Navajo Cops, When Aliens Attack, Battle 360, Patton 360, Seven Deadly Sins, Prehistoric, and the Emmy award-winning special A Distant Shore: African Americans of D-Day.
We have also produced over twenty-five 3D programs, including the first ever 3D TV documentary - The Universe: Seven Wonders of The Solar System for History and Sky. Other 3D projects include, The Universe: Season Six, WW2 in 3D, History of the World in Two Hours, the 3D series Forgotten Planet and Live Fire for 3Net, and Roller Coasters, and Perfecting Parkour for Comcast's Xfinity.
The talented team at Flight 33 is led by Executive Producers Louis Tarantino and Douglas Cohen.