BBC have confirmed David Attenborough’s new documentary series, Seven Planets, One World, will air on October 27.
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Attenborough originally announced the docuseries during Glastonbury in July, when he gave festival-goers a sneak peek of some of the footage.
“I’m thrilled that we’re about to share this incredible series with the world, which has been four years in the making by more than 1500 dedicated people, on every continent,” said Attenborough at the London series premiere recently. “Seven Worlds, One Planet celebrates biodiversity and the variety of life on our planet whilst also shining a spotlight on its challenges.”
This seven-part docuseries is the first time the BBC has explored all seven continents in one series.
To make the series, filmmakers employed new technology, such as innovative drone techniques, which helped capture unique perspectives, new species, and never-before-seen animal behaviours.
Not just about the animals and the planet, Attenborough highlights the negative and positive impact of humans on the health and future of the world.
The series will include music from Hans Zimmer, as well as a new song from Sia called ‘Out There’, which features in the extended trailer.