Former Leo Burnett Australia CEO Todd Sampson has announced his documentary TV series, Body Hack, will return for another season on Network 10.
When Todd Sampson (featured image) and the Body Hack team went to the Gaza strip, their original mission was to document the lives and show the pressure that emergency medics face on a daily basis, but they came back with so much more.
When the new season begins on Tuesday, 25 June, Sampson takes us to one of the most dangerous and war torn locations on earth.
Watch the preview below:
He arrived during the March of Return protests where to date, over 28,000 people have been injured and 280 killed in the weekly demonstrations.
Sampson and his crew gain incredible access following the funeral of a Palestinian protestor-cum-martyr, the jaw dropping process that emergency medics undertake to repair bullet wounds and amputate limbs and in some astonishing scenes, comes face to face with one of the most formidable organisations on earth; the Islamic Jihad.
Todd Sampson’s Body Hack is not a political show, and not one that takes sides.
It is one about the human condition at the extremes and there’s no doubt that Palestinians in Gaza are living and working at the very edge.
An hour of television that is sure to be discussed in homes and workplaces across the country.
Todd Sampson’s Body Hack is an Essential Media production for Network 10 with production investment from Screen Australia in association with Create NSW.