What you need to know
- Apple's Prehistoric Planet has another new trailer.
- The show is a natural history documentary airing on May 23.
- It features David Attenborough, a score by Hans Zimmer, and production from the makers of Planet Earth.
Apple has today unveiled another trailer for its hotly-anticipated documentary Prehistoric Planet.
Official Trailer - Prehistoric Planet
Experience the world’s most extraordinary creatures like you’ve never seen them before in this five-night documentary event. #PrehistoricPlanet streams May 23 on Apple TV+ https://t.co/A4u7K75heM pic.twitter.com/sB71tNZYhcOfficial Trailer - Prehistoric Planet
Experience the world’s most extraordinary creatures like you’ve never seen them before in this five-night documentary event. #PrehistoricPlanet streams May 23 on Apple TV+ https://t.co/A4u7K75heM pic.twitter.com/sB71tNZYhc— Apple TV+ (@AppleTVPlus) April 20, 2022April 20, 2022
The new Apple TV+ show was announced earlier this month, from Apple:
The show will air in a unique one episode per day format from May 23 through 27, combining wildlife filmmaking and state-of-the-art technology to create a one-of-a-kind visual experience. Naturally, the show will be narrated by David Attenborough and scored by Hans Zimmer, the winning combination from BBC's Planet Earth II. The BBC Studios Natural History Unit is also producing the show and visual effects come via MPC which worked on both The Lion King and The Jungle Book.
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