Bridgerton alum Rege-Jean Page will now be heard narrating the upcoming Netflix nature documentary, Surviving Paradise that is set to make a debut on March 3rd, 2022.
Directed by Renee Godfrey, this 78-minute nature documentary is shot via the deft lens of Brad Bestelink, the director of photography.
The documentary will explore the exotic location of Okavango Delta, “a vast oasis isolated from the rest of the world by unforgiving desert” according to the Netflix press release.
The press release also touched on how the place is preserved and maintained by its inhabitants who also rely heavily on nature for their daily survival. With various creatures and their “intertwined” fates, including big cats, the film will explore “the blueprints for building the perfect world, managing it sustainably and maintaining it- despite extremes of drought, famine and flood”.
The film will also focus on the “secret formula” of survival that is passed from one generation to the other as they strive against various obstacles to “keep their Eden intact”.
Page will not be seen making a return for Chris van Dusen and Shonda Rhimes’ Bridgerton season two as the brooding Duke of Hastings, Simon Bassett.
He will be seen in the Netflix action-thriller spy film, The Gray Man, directed by the Russo brothers, alongside the likes of Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Wagner Moura, Dhanush and others.
Surviving Paradise will begin streaming on Netflix on March 3rd, 2022.