First advances of ‘Prehistoric Planet’

Apple TV + has unveiled the first two trailers for ‘prehistoric planet’, an ambitious natural history series produced by BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit (‘Planet Earth’) with Sir David Attenborough as narrator. This groundbreaking series will premiere Monday, May 23-Friday, May 27 for one episode each day, taking viewers back 66 million years to discover what our world was like, and the dinosaurs that inhabited it, all in stunning detail. and accompanied by an original soundtrack by the multi-award winning Hans Zimmer.

‘prehistoric planet’ combines the best creators of nature documentaries, the latest discoveries in paleontology and cutting-edge technology to reveal the spectacular habitats and inhabitants of the prehistoric land, creating a unique immersive experience. The series is produced by the prestigious BBC Studios Natural History Unit team with the support of MPC’s photorealistic visual effects (‘The Lion King’, ‘The Jungle Book’), and features Jon Favreau and Mike Gunton among its executive producers.

‘prehistoric planet’ presents little-known and surprising facts and behaviors of the life of Cretaceous dinosaurs, traveling along coasts, deserts, fresh water, ice worlds and forests. From revealing the surprising breeding techniques of the Tyrannosaurus rex to exploring the mysterious depths of the oceans and the deadly dangers lurking in the sky, ‘prehistoric planet’ brings Earth’s history to life like never before.

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