What you need to know
- Apple has a slew of new Apple TV+ content for Earth Day.
- It has released new seasons of Tiny World and The Earth at Night in Color.
- It also has a new documentary titled The Year Earth Changed, narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
Apple has just dropped a bunch of new content on Apple TV+ ahead of Earth Day on April 22.
Apple has a new documentary and two new seasons of its Tiny World and The Earth at Night in Color. The former is titled 'The Year Earth Changed', and was announced by Apple back in March. From that report:
The 48-minute show is narrated by none other than Sir David Attenborough.
As mentioned, Tiny World and The Earth at Night in Color are also back with new seasons, with six episodes of each now available. Tiny World, aptly enough, is narrated by Paul Rudd, who stars in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Ant-Man, whilst The Earth At Night in Color is narrated by Tom Hiddleston, who has starred as Loki in multiple Avengers titles, Thor, and the upcoming Loki series on Disney+.
On Thursday, Apple announced a new nature documentary called Fathom, which is about the communication between wales.
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