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History TV18 to air ‘Serial Killer Earth’ from 22 April

MUMBAI: In its effort to power green change, History TV18 will air ‘Serial Killer Earth’ from 22 April.

The 10-part series, which will explore the brutal side of mother nature, will air at 10 pm.

In recent years the destructive power of natural disasters has been recorded, from Hurricane Katrina to the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan. ‘Serial Killer Earth’ brings together a top team of experts to examine the most compelling footage from news and home video, as well as eyewitness testimony, in order to explain, understand and inform viewers of what actually happened during these disasters and how they compare and contrast with the most historic natural disasters of the past.

Said History TV18 VP & marketing head Sangeetha Aiyer, “At History TV18 we’ve always believed in pioneering change through powerful messaging. We strongly believe that going green is not just our responsibility but also our duty and showcasing a gripping series like ‘Serial Killer Earth’ is an effort in this direction.”