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Dambusters tops C21 Hot Properties playlist for May

With many parts of the world slowly returning to normal, May’s Hot Properties playlist reflects a move away from pandemic-inspired commissioning, featuring a wide range of scripted and unscripted content.

Unscripted producers seem to be branching off from shows about frontline workers as they look beyond pandemic-focused programming. As a result, the Hot Properties selection for May features renewed variety, although we do begin with two documentaries about the Second World War.

The first is The Dambusters, a three-part docuseries in which British historian Dan Snow examines the build-up to the 1943 air raids that helped change the course of the war. The programme originally aired at the end of last year on the UK’s Channel 5 and is distributed by the UK’s Drive.

Published on on 06-05-2021.

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