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Feeln, the subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) subsidiary of Hallmark Cards, is prepping Wonder Women: Heroic Forces, a docu-series that explores the combined talents of ordinary women who band together to do extraordinary work.

The series will explore women in Brazil, India, Japan, Mexico, South Africa and the US, who continue long-standing cultural traditions, and take on roles that historically have been held by men. From a team of fire-fighting women in Mexico to a group of free-diving women in Japan, the series aims to show the power and strength of these determined women who are rejecting the status quo in order to live extraordinary lives.

“Audiences are hungry for powerful female-driven stories,” said Cristina Malavenda, head of production at Feeln and executive producer of the series. “It was important for us to tell the stories of women who are accomplishing extraordinary things, and how empowered women improve the lives around them as well.”

Each episode of the series was shot with all-female directors including, Tanl Ikeda, Cristina Malavenda, Tamara Rosenfeld, Iliana Guevara, and Kiran Deol. Executive Producers include Rob Fried, Cristina Malavenda, Peter King and Sean-Michael Smith.

Feeln entered the realm of original content production with a reboot of the beloved ‘80s animated series Rainbow Brite, featuring the voice talent of Emily Osment and Molly Ringwald. In 2015 Feeln premiered its original lifestyle series Breaking Bread with Brooke Burke, hosted and produced by Brooke Burke. The SVOD service has several other scripted projects in the works.