Spy in the Wild, a PBS nature series premiering Feb. 1, held a talk as part of the Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour, in which the producers sat down with an animatronic creature.


The new mini-series is the first of its kind to introduce animatronic creatures with cameras into the wild to see how animals interact unobserved by humans. Featured animals include a hippo, orangutan, bushbaby, cobra, sloth, and more.

The Spy Orangutan sat with series producer Philip Dalton, executive producer John Downer, and series executive producer Fred Kaufman. They spoke about the show and introduced a few of the spy creatures that will take part in the show.

Check out the trailer below, and be sure to catch the series every Wednesday between Feb. 1 and March 1, on at 8 pm on PBS.

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