Tales by Light Season 4 is an Australian documentary reality television series airing on National Geographic. The program is branded content and a joint venture between National Geographic and Canon which follows a number of professional photographers traveling around the world to capture images telling different stories.
The program debuted on 24 May 2015 and was renewed for a second season which debuted on 25 October 2016. A third season premiered on Network Ten on 26 August 2018.
Tales By Light Season 4 Plot
“Tales by Light” is an Australian documentary series originally released on National Geographic.
Each season focuses on a selected number of professional photographers as they travel around the world to capture beautiful geographical and cultural sites on camera. The travels take photographers to places many people know little about, much less get to visit, and the show opens up viewers’ eyes to new stories and diverse lifestyles.
Throughout the first three seasons, some of the artists featured include underwater and aerial photographer Eric Cheng, wildlife photographers Jonathan and Angela Scott, and Art Wolfe, a photographer and conservationist who focuses on native cultures.
Tales By Light Season 4 Cast
- Art Wolfe(2015,2 Episodes)
- Eric Cheng(2017,2 Episodes)
- Orlando Bloom(2018,1 Episode)
- Dylan River(2018,1 Episode)
- Jonathan Scott(2017,2 Episodes)
- Stephen Dupont(2017,2 Episodes)
- Angela Scott(2017,2 Episodes)
- Jim Abernethy(2017,1 Episode)
- Darren Jew(2015,1 Episode)
- Peter Eastway(2015,1 Episode)
- Richard I’Anson(2015,1 Episode)
- Shane Denherder(2015,1 Episode)
- Mark Erdmann(2018,1 Episode)
Tales By Light Season 4 Storyline
In Australia, the first season of six half-hour episodes premiered on 24 May 2015 on National Geographic. The second season consisted of three hour-long episodes and debuted on 25 October 2016. A third season moved to debut on Network Ten on 26 August 2018. Internationally, the program became available via Netflix on 11 November 2016.
Season 1 premiered in May 2015. Its first six episodes featured countries like Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, and Ethiopia, covering topics such as wildlife, tribes, and panoramic views in Antarctica, among others. Episode 2, meanwhile, follows Shawn Heinrichs as he visits the Raja Ampat region of Indonesia, capturing its underwater scenery on film.
Season 3 also follows photographer Dylan River documenting indigenous Australians in remote areas of the country, such as Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, per the Canon Australia website. As an indigenous Australian himself, River’s grandmother co-founded CAAMA — Australia’s first Aboriginal broadcasting organization — and both of his parents are filmmakers, per the same article.
Uniting exploration, photography, and the natural world, Tales By Light follows photographers from Australia and around the world as they push the limits of their craft. Told from the eye of the storyteller, follow these extraordinary artists as they work to capture the perfect image and show us our world in a new light.
Tales By Light Season 4 Genere
- Reality Television
Tales By Light Season 4 Release Date
Season 3 of the show premiered on the streamer on August 26, 2018. Currently, there’s no news on whether Tales By Light will return for even more compelling stories. Although Season 3 premiered on August 26 in Australia, it took about four months to arrive on Netflix.
Furthermore, although Seasons 1 and 2 were released in 2015 and 2016, respectively, it took two more years for Season 3 to come out. So even if the series is renewed for season 4 its fans would have to wait for a certain amount of time.
Tales By Light Season 4 Trailer
The official trailer for Tales By Light Season 4 Isn’t available yet, until then you can watch the trailer for Tales By Light Season 3.
Where To Watch Tales By Light Season 4?
You can watch the series on Netflix as it was categorized as a Netflix Original Series on its season 3 release. You can also watch the reruns of the show on National Geographic.
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