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Bon Jovi’s “Army of One” is theme song for Discovery Channel’s “North America”

Melissa Hayer Modified: April 24, 2013 at 3:32 pm •  Published: March 25, 2013
Bon Jovi - Provided Photo
Bon Jovi - Provided Photo


Discovery Channel has announced that Bon Jovi will provide their new song “Army of One” as the theme song for the series “North America.”

The network behind the groundbreaking television events “Planet Earth, “Life,” “Frozen Planet” and “Africa” will present their seven-part series “North America” beginning at 8 p.m. Sunday, May 19.

Details on “North America,” provided by Discovery Channel, are as follows:

Discovery Channel turns the lens toward its homeland and captures a land where life collides with hostile, untamed wilderness in the most diverse, deadly environment on Earth. Traveling the continent for more than three years from the sub-zero Canadian tundra to the tropical rainforests of Panama, Discovery’s first, independently-produced natural history landmark series, “North America,” reveals that “survival of the fittest” is truly the law here amid threatening terrain and ferocious weather. Discovery’s determined production crew journeyed the span of North America including the frigid Yukon Territory, the lush forests of Belize, the snow-capped Rocky Mountains, the barren deserts of the American Southwest and more.

Get ready to experience an entire world in one continent. The seven-part series “North America” begins its journey at 8 p.m. Sunday, May 19 and runs through Sunday, June 16.

“North America” is produced for Discovery Channel by Silverback Films with Keith Scholey serving as executive producer and Huw Cordey serving as series producer. For Discovery Channel, Christine Weber and Iain Riddick serve as executive producers with Kristin Wilcox as associate producer.

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