Provides good knowledge of Oceans and its creatures
Shows many newly and rarely founded creatures of oceans
Gives idea about the life process of animals and plants
Award winning nature documentary
Outstanding photography and video recording inside the silent ocean
Quite slow and heart touching background music
Have sound effects of sea creatures and deep ocean
Makes feel of an amazing tour of deep ocean
It is for knowledge not for entertainment
For limited crowd
The Blue Planet – What is it about?
The Blue Planet is the first ever deep ocean based nature documentary TV series. It was released on 12 September 2001 on BBC network. This TV series then followed by Blue Planet II, Planet Earth and Planet Earth II. All of these are available on Amazon in all format.
This TV series is composed by George Fenton and the narrator is David Altenborough. It is developed under the banners of BBC Natural History Unit and Discovery Channel.
Plot of The Blue Planet: Seas of Life
This TV series have a great and amazing pictures and clips of deep ocean and its creatures. It shows us many new and unknown creatures of ocean and their life processes.
There are many heart-touching and wow moment of nature, which will bind you with it from the beginning to the end.
It is two times Primetime Emmy Awards winner TV series. The Blue Planet TV series is is one of the favourite nature documentaries for all wild life photographer and also a big lesson for a new photographers.
This TV series had also garnered unpredictable viewership and boost the market of nature documentary TV series and movies. It started its magical journey with 12.01 million U.K. viewers. After that next episodes had also remained close to this mark.
The Blue Planet: Seas of Life Episode List[restabs alignment=”osc-tabs-left” pills=”nav-pills” responsive=”false” class=”The Blue Planet”] [restab title=”Season 1″ active=”active”]
The Blue Planet Crew[/restab][/restabs]
The Blue Planet Crew Members
|1.||Sir David Attenborough||Narrator|
|3.||Alastair Fothergill||Executive Producer|
The Blue Planet Reviews- Is The Blue Planet Worth Watching?
Yes, if you are a big fan of nature documentary and deep-water diving and want to know the secrets of deep ocean then The Blue Planet is must watch TV series for you.
This is the biggest and first ever coverage of deep ocean. It took five years for filming for such and amazing TV series. It is quite knowledgeable TV series for photographer and biologist.
There are many oceans creatures, which are rare and unknown. This is the reason that it has won many awards in different award shows. It also has a budget of £7,000,000.
After watching it, you can also find many beautiful locations in deep ocean for underwater diving. The narration is another the most liked aspect of this TV series. The voice of David sounds good and deep like ocean.
Cinematography and back ground music also leaves deep impact on viewers. Specially, the original sound of deep sea and creatures. Overall, it is one of the most amazing nature documentary.