Part documentary, part improvisational comedy, Wildlife Confidential is a surreal interview show about the fictional lives of real wild animals—as portrayed by humans – in amazing wildlife stories ripped from the headlines.
Join our host (a curious crow named Cameron played by Samantha Bee) and field reporter (an earnest groundhog named Gordo played by Andrew Phung) as they go to ground to seek out the biggest animal headline-makers from across the globe, revealing the sensational stories behind the news in exclusive Wildlife Confidential interviews. The Wildlife Confidential podcast reveals the secret lives of animals invisible to humans. Combining science and silliness, history and hilarity, news and nature, every episode tells a fascinating, and unbelievable true story.
Wildlife Confidential‘s showrunners are Jonathan Torrens and Mark Forward. The case includes Colin Mochrie, Jennifer Robertson, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Nick Mohammed, Kris Siddiqi, Nigel Downer, Kaniehtiio Horn, Sabrina Jalees, and Evany Rosen.
Produced By: Laura Regehr, Katrina Onstad
Client: Audible Originals
About the Hosts
Samantha Bee is the host of the Emmy Award-winning Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, the first late-night satire show hosted by a woman. Previously, she was the longest-serving correspondent on The Daily Show, and she served as co-creator and executive producer of The Detour. She is the author of the essay collection I Know I Am, But What Are You? and has been featured in TIME 100: The Most Influential People. Sam is also the host of Full Release, a podcast featuring in-depth conversations with the best and brightest of people about how to navigate the ever-changing world and what to laugh about along the way.
Andrew Phung is an award winning actor, improv comedian, emcee, and writer. His infectious and relatable personality has made him one of Canada’s top comedic performers. His work on Kim’s Convenience has earned him four Canadian Screen Awards (2017, 2018, 2020, and 2021) in the category of Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Andrew’s recent television and film credits include The Beaverton, Events Transpiring, Wynonna Earp, and factual series The Canadian Improv Games, where he served as the host, and won a Canadian Screen Award for Best Host – Digital Series. Andrew also recently competed on the hit series LOL: Last One Laughing Canada airing in Prime Video. He can also be heard on CBC Radio as a regular contributor to Now or Never, The Debaters, and Because News. Andrew is currently starring in the new CBC Comedy, RUN THE BURBS, which he wrote, co-created and serves as Executive Producer.