Whitney TV series is an original TV series created by Whitney Wilson, a producer of the Whitney series.
The show features an original story and a cast of original and repeat stars.
Whitney TV was the first series to be produced by Whitney in 2009 and it is widely considered to be one of the most critically acclaimed television series of all time.
Whitney’s first season, The Lost Vikings, aired in 2015.
Whitney and Wilson co-created the series with Emmy Award-winning writer/director Peter Weir and directed by David A. Goyer.
Whitney also directed and co-wrote the upcoming film The Lost Viking.
The series stars Lena Dunham as the first female Viking warrior and James Cromwell as her brother.
The Vikings is set to premiere on Fox in 2019.
Whitney TV series synopsis:Whitney Wilson’s Whitney TV is a new take on the original Vikings story that follows two young women, Olaf and Thorin, who have been kidnapped by a fearsome band of Vikings.
With the help of their trusted and fierce mentor Thorin the Viking, Olas journey takes them across the frozen tundra, where the Vikings are preparing to embark on an epic journey.
The Lost Vikings is a sequel to the popular series The Lost Warrior.
It follows the adventures of Olaf, Thorin and the other Vikings in a series of perilous adventures.
The Lost Warriors is currently streaming on Netflix.
Whitney Wilson is producing The Lost Warriors, a sequel series that follows the characters in their journey from one frozen battlefield to the next.
Whitney will be executive producing.
Whitneys original series, Whitney TV, was produced by HBO in partnership with Whitney Wilson.
The Whitney series, The Viking, was created by writer/executive producer Peter Weir, with original series stars James Crom, Lena Dunham, and Jaden Smith as the original cast.
The original series is currently available for streaming on Hulu and Netflix.
Whitms original series The Vikings, is produced by Warner Bros. Television and Warner Bros Studio.
The new series is scheduled to premiere in 2019 on Fox.
Whitney is also executive producing with her brother, Whitney Wilson Productions.