TV shows and documentaries
UMG produces documentaries, entertainment projects, informational, analytical programs for the TV channels «Russia 1», «Moscow 24», «Science», «Living Planet», «T24», «My Planet», etc.
TV shows
Surprise me
Men are from Mars and women are from Venus. What if a journey reconciles gender differences?
One day in the city
One lead. One day. One city. What to see, where to live, what to move on, what to bring, how to save money - life hacks of the leading programs.
Russia out of the access zone
Blogger Mikhail Ronkainen tests himself for strength with Russian off-road and travel extreme.
Going Vertical
Today all over Russia there are sports clubs at Orthodox churches that are cared for by priests. They help to understand are sport and faith are close or far from each other?
Raevsky's Moscow
Films about world famous Moscow phenomena, history and casual life.
Travel reality, in which viewers realize the most incredible dreams associated with traveling around the world.
Show me Tuva. The story of one trip
The heroes of the film of the TV channel "My Planet" - a traveler, philanthropist, member of the Board of Trustees of the Russian Geographical Society Frederik Paulsen and actress Agnia Ditkovskite - go to the highest point of Eastern Siberia.
Lost in the Baltic
Many people tried to solve the mystery of missing submarine. But each time the story was cut off on the phrase: In the summer of 1943 the Sch-406 crew went on a combat mission ...
In the center of each film in the cycle there is an unusual exhibit stored in a regional Russian museum, and related stories and legends, secrets, historical and cultural parallels.
So close, but invisible. There is nothing you can do about them. They are real wonders of nature.
The Mushroom Kingdom
Mushroom blogger Dmitry Tikhomirov shows us the most mysterious kingdom of wildlife.
Tuva Planet
Ethnological and metaphysical travel-study of the themes of East and West, mind and spirituality, man and woman, past and future. Impressions of the journalist Sayana Mongush and the Czech photographer Stanislav Krupar from traveling in Tuva.