It’s a TV series set to air in 2019.
The show will be the first time in the UK to take place on the island of Tenerife.
The island is home to the famous Falkland Islands and the famous rock formations that have shaped its landscape.
“The island is the last remaining refuge of the native people and the islanders are now faced with a crisis of population, food and health,” the BBC said in a statement.
“We are trying to bring them together in this show, in the hope that by telling the story of the Falklands, we can make a real difference.”
The Falklands islands are part of the British Overseas Territory of the Faroe Islands.
The Falkland Islanders are a small group of indigenous people from the Falkland Sea, who fled their home in 1982 after Argentina invaded and seized control of the island chain.
“I was born on a beach, and I have always been a boy and always loved to go to the beach,” the islander said.
“That’s why I love this island and I’m going to come back.”
The islanders say they want to take back their country and establish their own independent state, and are preparing to fight for their right to do so.
“It is not a problem that we can control, because we are in a state of war,” the man told the BBC.
“But this is not just about us, but about the world, the world.”
The BBC said the show will take place in the United Kingdom, but will also be shown in Australia, Canada, the US, New Zealand, Mexico and Spain.