Next Episode of Big Cat Diary is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Big Cat Diary, also known as Big Cat Week or Big Cat Live according to the format of the show, was a long-running nature documentary series on BBC television which follows the lives of African big cats in Kenya's Maasai Mara. The first series, broadcast on BBC One in 1996, was developed and jointly produced by Keith Scholey, who would go on to become Head of the BBC's Natural History Unit. Eight further series have followed, most recently Big Cat Live, a live broadcast from the Mara in 2008. The original presenters, Jonathan Scott and Simon King, were joined by Saba Douglas-Hamilton from 2002 onwards. Kate Silverton and Jackson Looseyia were added to the presenting team for Big Cat Live.
Simon King, Jonathan Scott and Saba Douglas-Hamilton follow the lives of lions, leopards and cheetahs in Kenya's Masai Mara. Bella the leopard is being courted by all the males.
Honey the cheetah mum has lost one of her four cubs.
Inexperienced mum Tamu searches for her four cubs and a hungry Bella is keen to hunt.
Simon King follows the continuing drama of Tamu, the single lioness mum who is still searching for her missing cubs.
Tamu the lioness has once again lost one of her cubs. Bella the leopard is still trying to hunt, but must beware of other predators around her.
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