100 Days to Victory is a 2×1-hour historical docudrama special produced in collaboration with Electric Pictures. Through cinematic recreations, interviews with top historians and state-of-the-art CGI, 100 Days to Victory tells the story of how the Allied generals strategized to win the war. Five of history’s most visionary leaders, Marshall Ferdinand Foch (France), Field Marshal Douglas Haig (Britain), General John J. Pershing (United States), General Arthur Currie (Canada) and General John Monash (Australia), came together to defeat the enemy with unprecedented teamwork and innovation. Exciting and dramatic, this docudrama brings the men and women behind WWI’s finest multinational feat of arms vividly to life.
100 Days has been commissioned by Corus Entertainment’s HISTORY® in Canada and Foxtel’s The History Channel in Australia and New Zealand, as well as BBC Scotland, with principal production investment from Screen Australia in association with Screenwest and the Canada Media Fund (CMF). This gripping docudrama is set to premiere in Fall 2018, coinciding with the centennial anniversary of the First World War.