You don’t need to wait until 2019 to enjoy 4K wildlife documentary by Netflix. Following the original Planet Earth series that was shown in 2006, BBC is preparing to release Planet Earth II later this year. According to the controller of TV channels and iPlayer, Charlotte Moore, Sir David Attenborough is going to present BBC’s Planet Earth II. Just like the original one, these six new episodes (one hour each) are going to explore the unique characteristics of the planet’s most iconic habitats and the extraordinary ways animals survive amidst them by travelling through jungles, deserts, grasslands, and cities. And the best part is, the whole documentary is captured in 4K.
“I am very excited to once again be working with the Natural History Unit on its latest landmark series and am especially looking forward to getting out on location in the next month or so,” said David Attenborough.
“A decade on from Sir David Attenborough’s Planet Earth, this new series promises to be an extraordinary experience for our audience. Filmed over three years across the globe with all the very latest technology, the series uncovers stories about the natural world we have simply never been able to witness before,” said Charotte Moore.
The documentary has been shot in UHD. They used the latest camera stabilization, remote recording and drone technology to take you closer to nature and to give you the experience of wildness as if you were there. So, you are going to experience the most immersive wildlife documentary for sure.