Dominic Monaghan’s adventure continues this March as the former Lost star jets off to places like Kenya, Japan and the Amazon River in search of the coolest, strangest creatures Earth has to offer up in season two of Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan . As you can see from the trailer and photos below, Monaghan will continue to fearlessly touch every snake, frog and insect he comes across, and there are even some elephants in the mix this time around. Also still in tact from last season is his love for nature and exploring different cultures. Are you ready to journey with Monaghan again? Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/02/19/bbc-america-reveals-wild-things-with-dominic-monaghan-season-2-trailer-and-premiere-photos/
Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan is returning for a second season. BBC America announced the acclaimed adventure series’ renewal hot on the heels of its Critics Choice Award nomination for Best Reality Series. Wild Things follows the nature-loving Lost and Lord of the Rings‘ actor Dominic Monaghan as he travels the world in search of elusive and often deadly creatures. In the first season, Monaghan tracked down a giant venomous centipede, and traveled the globe from Ecuador to Namibia, giving viewers an introduction to a host of unique cultures along the way. READ MORE...
Dominic Monaghan has been well-prepared for his latest TV venture, " Wild Things ," for his entire life. Besides an innate fascination with all things in nature, Monaghan's previous roles in the movie trilogy "Lord Of The Rings" and the TV show "Lost" have exposed him to natural environments he may not have experienced otherwise. To put it simply, Monaghan is an outdoorsman, and is absolutely bonkers for nature. "Wild Things" follows Monaghan as he travels around the globe searching for nature's strangest and most beautiful creatures. Some are terrifying (cobras, tarantulas, water snakes), but all are fascinating, and Monaghan shows immense respect for the animals he encounters, and bears a level of professionalism and awe that we've seen before, embodied in the late Steve Irwin. Huffpost TV chatted with Monaghan over the phone from Los Angeles -- he explained to us why he's so fascinated by nature, how it all began, and how he's trying to encourage people to get out and travel more often. http://feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/8QW2wFE9OzQ/dominic-monaghan-wild-things-interview_n_2516524.html