Gives great knowledge about Planet Earth
Shows eye-catching and peaceful locations of Planet Earth
Gives idea about the life process of animals and plants
Award winning nature documentary
Outstanding photography and video recording
Narration is amazing
Quite slow and heart touching background music
Have the sound of nature
Great editing and cinematography
It is for knowledge not for entertainment
For limited crowd
Planet Earth – What is it about?
Planet Earth is a nature documentary TV series of BBC Natural History Unit. It was released on 5 March 2006 in united kingdom on BBC network. After the success of the first season, BBC has also premiered its second season in 2016. both parts are available on Amazon.
This TV series is presented by David Attenborough for BBC and Sigourney Weaver for Discovery Channel. While, the composers is George Fenton. The executive producer of this series is Alastair Fothergill. Whereas, cinematographer is Dough Allan.
Planet Earth II is developed under the banners of BBC Natural History Unit, Discovery Channel and NHK.
Plot of Planet Earth II
This is a documentary TV series, which captures and recordes the life processes of living organisms in different parts of Planet Earth. We can see the life processes on different places of Earth, like Island, Fresh Water, Caves, Ice Worlds, Plains, Mountains, The Shallow Seas, Jungles, Deserts and Ocean Deep.
It is very amazing series, which helps us to find the peaceful places on Planet Earth, with high definition.
It is four Primetime Emmy Awards winner TV series. Planet Earth TV series is liked by almost each wild life photographer and also a big lesson for a new photographers.
It has also garnered healthy viewership. The pilot episode has garnered 9.41 million U.K viewers. next episodes of this season have also garnered more than eight million U.K. viewers. This is also a big achievement for any nature documentary series at that time.
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|1||From Pole to Pole||8.0|
|9||the Shallow Seas||7.4|
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Planet Earth Crew Members
|1.||Sir David Attenborough||Narrator|
|3.||Alastair Fothergill||Executive Producer|
Planet Earth Reviews- Is Planet Earth Worth Watching?
Yes, If you are nature lover and want to know about the life process on Planet Earth then this is must watch TV series for you.
This is the first nature documentary TV series, which filmed in high definition. The makers took almost five years to complete its whole shooting. This is the reason that it is the most expensive nature documentary TV series, commissioned by BBC Network.
The narration and cinematography is up to the marks. Whereas, the background music is the life of this series, it binds its viewers.
This series have eleven episodes and each episodes shows you a beautiful locations of Planet Earth, like Islands, Deserts, Mountains, Oceans, Caves, Ice Worlds and many others. It has won four Primetime Emmy awards.
It provides boost to the nature documentary TV series and increases the market of such TV series. The craze of people towards this TV series has also increased to much.