One of the most loved TV series that left millions of eyes mesmerized with it’s first season “The Planet Earth” which was aired in 2006, has finally come up with the sequel season for which people were eagerly excited. BBC is all set to give back this delightful visual experience back again with a new season named “Planet Earth II“, after a span of 10 years.
BBC released the official trailer for its new documentary series Planet Earth II, which took ten years to film and is believed to be the most expensive wildlife documentary ever made. The hype created was so much and no doubt BBC has managed to live up to people’s expectations and has totally lived up to the hype and done justice.
In 2006, Planet Earth transformed how we saw the natural world, 10 years down the line they are back again to show all it’s wonder closer than ever before. Watch the Video below which features the most amazing documentary shots.
Narrated by legendary documentary series maker Sir David Attenborough, BBC recently released a teaser clip of two minutes which demonstrates an instance of ‘survival of the quickest’. The two minute video clip features a baby marine iguana being chased down by around half a dozen of racer snakes. Voice of David Attenborough in the background perfectly captures the adrenaline rush and drama that shows the miraculous escape of the marine iguana.
Beginning the first episode, Sir David Attenborough gets down from a hot air balloon high above the Alps and promises to bring us “closer to animals than ever before and reveal new wildlife dramas for the first time”.
Taking a step forward BBC announced that the sequel will be made in ultra high definition making it the first to document a wildlife series in such clarity and perfection.
After the trailer getting applauded and loved all over the world, BBC released a trailer of one of the most iconic chase sequence ever filmed. It’s the best thing you will see on the internet today. Planet Earth II premiered its first episode, “Islands” in UK on Nov 6th. The video will leave you bewildered.