Apple releases first look at new documentary series 'Prehistoric Planet'
What you need to know
- Apple has released a sneak peek at its new documentary series "Prehistoric Planet."
- The five-part series will take viewers 66 million years into the past to see what life was like with the dinosaurs.
- The series will premiere on Apple TV+ on Monday, May 23.
Apple has a new nature documentary series coming to Apple TV+, but this one is a little different than what we've seen so far.
Today, the company revealed (opens in new tab) a first look at "Prehistoric Planet," a five-part documentary series that takes viewers 66 million years into the past to see what life was like for the dinosaurs and our world. The series is narrated by Sir David Attenborough and scored by Academy Award-winner Hans Zimmer.
You can check out the official sneak peek of the upcoming series below:
The series will debut on Apple TV+ on Monday, May 23 with each episode released daily until the series finale on Friday, May 27.
"Prehistoric Planet" will debut on Apple TV+ on Monday, May 23. If you want to watch the series in the best quality possible, check out our list of the Best TVs for Apple TV 2022.
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