Anomaly will premiere in early 2011 on Next3DTV, an Internet-based 3D video-on-demand service
Majestic 7 Media Partners, Ltd. announced today Anomaly, the world’s first 3D television program to focus on the paranormal and unexplained.
Anomaly uses never-before-seen 3D night vision cameras and new production techniques to immerse viewers in the world’s most unusual and frightening locations. The show’s 1-hour docu-reality format is fast-paced and entertaining.
Anomaly isn’t your average “things-that-go-bump” paranormal show, however. The show’s host and lead investigator, Jack Kassewitz, brings the same scientific determination that he has demonstrated in his seminal research in human-dolphin communication. “The same technological advances that are helping crack the communication barrier between humans and dolphins will allow us to take a real, balanced and scientific look at the paranormal,” said Jack Kassewitz. Jack and his team will continuously innovate and apply new research tools and protocols to filter out explainable phenomena and capture evidence of quantifiably genuine paranormal occurrences.
According to a Gallup survey, three out of four Americans profess at least one paranormal belief. “Anomaly is state-of-the-art entertainment that appeals to an astoundingly wide demographic,” according to the show’s creators, Majestic 7 Media Partners.
Anomaly will premiere in early 2011 on Next3DTV, an Internet-based 3D video-on-demand service, with broader distribution to follow. The first season will focus on the most reportedly haunted locations in the world. “You’ve gotta fish where the fish are,” said Jack Kassewitz. “We’re going to capture as much evidence of the paranormal as we possibly can – and we’re bringing our viewers along for the ride.”
A sneak preview of Anomaly (3D and 2D) is available now at http://www.anomaly3d.tv.
About Majestic 7 Media Partners, Ltd.
Majestic 7 is developing episodic and documentary properties for the emerging 3D television market. Properties currently under development capitalize on 3D television’s ability to immerse viewers in intriguing and uncommon environments and situations.