BBC and PBC revealed about their upcoming historical shows
PBC and the BBC are coming together on a historical documentary series about the rise and fall of disco, Disco Inferno. The studios has revealed its Christmas program including new natural history commissions. Disco Inferno: The Sound of the Underground is the latest co-commission for the British and US pubcaster.
The upcoming show will be related to Disco Inferno
The show, Inferno: The Sound of the Underground will be produced by BBC Studios. Exploring disco’s continuing musical and cultural legacy, the three-parter will bring together unseen pioneers to tell a powerful, new revisionist history of the disco era.
According to the show, Inferno: The Sound of the underground will begin in the 1970s when the pioneering social movement began and will move through the years, showing archive footage and tacks from across the decades. The first open commission for Jonathan Rothery was appointed by Channel 4 as its first head of pop music TV. Rothery said disco Inferno: The Sound of the Underground will uncover many new or untold stories of the genre. Bill Gardner is in executive charge. The BBC Studios is handling global distribution.
The party was attended by BBC executives, producers, and journalists and featured a presentation from Chief Content Officer Charlotte Moore. As usual, it featured the Christmas schedule which included a pair of unannounced natural history shows. The natural history shows include Snow Dogs: Into the Wild played by Gordon Buchanan and Frozen Planet II: Worlds of Wonder.
The scripted slate includes the return of previously announced big-budget shows, Happy Valley, One jack Whitehall’s 10th-anniversary special bad education, and Robert Galbraith’s latest adaptation strike titled troubled blood.