National Geographic is yet to renew Unlikely Animal Friends for season 4


The release date for Unlikely Animal Friends season 4 — Pending

This article has the most up-to-date info on the status of Unlikely Animal Friends season 4 as we continuously monitor the news to keep you in the know. National Geographic is yet to make a decision on its future. Subscribe to our automatic updates below.

Series information and central concept

A nature documentary television series on National Geographic, Unlikely Animal Friends has been on the air since 2012. The show is currently in its third season, which premiered on April 5, 2016. It is produced by National Geographic Channel.

Surprising animal odd couples are featured in the cute, heartwarming, entertaining clips. A dog who befriends a dolphin and spends hours in the water with him, friendship with a goose driving a man to dropping poultry from his menu, barn owl and house cat frolicking together – every episode demonstrates the emotions that run deep in the animal kingdom and the ability to form bonds that is usually attributed only to humans and perhaps to several other species of choice. The videos featured in the program are chosen from the many clips submitted to the production team as well as found online.

Ratings and possibilities of renewal

The show has a 7.9/10 IMDb score. It has averaged above 100,000 viewers last year, and seems to fill a niche of cute and lovable no-pressure viewing. The hippo-tortoise duet, or an oryx calf taken into a lion family – all these defy the laws of nature and teach humans a valuable lesson about friendship, instincts, tolerance and multicuturalism. Will there be more of Unlikely Anima Friends? It`s unclear at this time, but as long as there is a need to experience overwhelming cuteness every so often, the program will have an audience.

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