Having made a huge global impact with “Wonder Woman 1984,” which racked up $118 million in ticket sales in its first week of release, Gal Gadot hopes that her new women-focused National Geographic docuseries “Impact” will make a similar impression. With her husband Jaron Varsano, she’s producing the six-part series that tells the stories of resilient young women around the world who overcome obstacles and do extraordinary things despite hardship and extreme circumstances.
“So thrilled to kick off 2021 on a positive note and finally give you a sneak peek at ‘Impact.’We have been working on this incredible project for over a year,” Gadot posted on Instagram. “It’s a powerful docuseries that tells the stories of exceptional women making a true impact in their communities – we have stories about women from California all the way to Brazil. I cannot wait to share their stories.”
No premiere date has been announced, but “Impact” is expected in the first half of 2021.