Check out the trailer for Apple TV+ talking whale documentary 'Fathom'

Fathom Documentary Post
Fathom Documentary Post (Image credit: Apple)

What you need to know

  • Apple TV+ has shared a new trailer for the documentary Fathom.
  • The trailer shows what we can expect from an expedition to talk to whales.

Apple TV+ today shared a new trailer for the upcoming documentary Fathom and it's looking pretty sweet.

The whole thing will air on Apple TV+ from June 25 and will see Dr. Michelle Fournet and Dr. Ellen Garland trying to spark a conversation with whales while trying to understand the songs they're singing.

Check it out.

On June 25, a conversation begins. Watch as Dr. Michelle Fournet and Dr. Ellen Garland journey to opposite hemispheres on an undertaking as colossal as their humpback whale subjects—deciphering the complex communication of whales to uncover a culture in the oceans older than humankind.

You'll need an Apple TV+ subscription to take the documentary in, running at $4.99 per month. It's also part of the Apple One subscription bundle, too.

If there's ever been a documentary that deserves to be shown on a huge, 4K HDR screen it's Fathom. Maybe it's time to treat yourself to one of the best TVs for Apple TV you can lay your hands on right now. Go on, you're worth it.

Oliver Haslam

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