Secrets de musées Season 2 Premiere Broadcast on Historia TV in Quebec

Secrets de musées Season 2 Premiere Broadcast on Historia TV in Quebec

Posted by on Aug 15, 2012 | No Comments

The French version of Museum Secrets, Secrets de musées, makes its Season 2 debut at 7 PM on Friday August 24, on Historia TV. All eight full episodes will be broadcast over the next few months for French audiences in Quebec.

Check out the schedule below; and join our facebook page, for news about Season 3, now in production!

Italy, London and Paris Bound!

Italy, London and Paris Bound!

Posted by on Jul 13, 2012 | No Comments

It’s very busy at the Museum Secrets production office here in Toronto!

We have a film crew poised for departure to Italy this weekend to shoot an upcoming episode at the Uffizi Gallery for Season 3.

Then, next week our Series Producer, Versailles episode Director and our Executive Producer head out to London and Paris to scout more museums for the upcoming season.

Find out which museums we’re filming at and scouting next week!

Museum Secrets Screening at Friday Night Live @ROM

Museum Secrets Screening at Friday Night Live @ROM

Posted by on Apr 26, 2012 | One Comment

“Drinks. DJs. Dinos. History just got hot.” – That’s the new tagline for  The Royal Ontario Museum’s new event series: Friday Night Live at the ROM.

Premiere Broadcast Air Dates for Season 2 in the UK!

Premiere Broadcast Air Dates for Season 2 in the UK!

Posted by on Apr 5, 2012 | No Comments

The Yesterday Channel on UKTV in England will be airing Museum Secrets Season 2 for the first time this summer.

Starting on June 22, 2012, Yesterday will broadcast Museum Secrets on Fridays at 9 PM for 8 weeks.
Check out the broadcast schedule below.

Season 3 Gets Green-Light!

Season 3 Gets Green-Light!

Posted by on Mar 26, 2012 | No Comments

After a second hit season on History Television Canada, Kensington Communications Inc. has begun prep work for another batch of Museum Secrets shows, to roll out early in 2013. Our terrific production team is back, many of the same people from last year, digging up more secrets ‘dark and strange’.

Photos from the #MuseumSecrets Viewing Party

Photos from the #MuseumSecrets Viewing Party

Posted by on Mar 21, 2012 | 2 Comments

On March 1st we hosted several dozen bloggers in Toronto to watch Museum Secrets: Inside the Pergamon and Neues Museums, Berlin. Guests were treated to a Viking sword fight demonstration to wet their appetites for the upcoming episode, and then played trivia to test their knowledge of the show.

As viewers watched on History Television, they tweeted. The event caused quite a stir, with viewers and event guests generating hundreds of tweets with the #MuseumSecrets hashtag  - A testament to our growing online community.

Discover More About Our 8 New Episodes

Discover More About Our 8 New Episodes

Posted by on Nov 30, 2011 | No Comments

The countdown is on for the official launch of Museum Secrets Season 2 on History Television Canada! The new episodes start broadcasting Thursdays at 10 PM, on January 12, 2012.

Take a sneak peek at what’s to come

Filming at Museum Island in Berlin wraps

Filming at Museum Island in Berlin wraps

Posted by on Oct 17, 2011 | No Comments

We’ve just returned from our shoot in Berlin at Museum Island, a complex of five internationally significant museums (Altes, Neues, Alte Nationalgalerie, Bode, and Pergamon) in the lively centre of the city.

American Museum of Natural History takes us back in time

American Museum of Natural History takes us back in time

Posted by on Oct 14, 2011 | No Comments

Having recently returned from New York City, the team has wrapped 6 of 8 shoots for Museum Secrets – Season 2, on History Television. This time we went to the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) – The museum that was featured in the 2006 movie Night at the Museum, staring Ben Stiller.

London’s Imperial War Museum on Season 2

London’s Imperial War Museum on Season 2

Posted by on Oct 5, 2011 | No Comments

For our fifth shoot for our upcoming season on History Television Canada, we went to London’s multi-branch Imperial War Museum to discover some unknown stories of war. Luckily for us, we had a little help from a few people who lived through various wars, and we discovered some artifacts that reveal what war is really like.