Apple TV+ invites us to immerse ourselves in the wonders of our world as it was 66 million years ago!
Apple TV + promises a year full of news and content for all tastes. In recent weeks, the streaming service has shared the release date of the new seasons of several of its programs, such as the third season of the hit series Ted Lasso and more recently, it has confirmed the premiere of the second season of Prehistoric Planet.
The documentary narrated by Sir David Attenborough exploring ancient Earth will premiere five episodes on May 22, 2023. According to a statement shared from the companythe new season promises to take millions of years into the past to discover our world, and the dinosaurs that inhabited it, all in extraordinary detail.
A tribute to nature
The second season of Prehistoric Planet will focus on new dinosaurs, new habitats and new scientific discoveries, as he takes viewers around the world on an epic five-night adventure. Featuring new dinosaurs like Tarchia, one of the largest ankylosaurs, returning fan favorites like Tyrannosaurus rex, and many more.
The show, run by executive producers Jon Favreau and Mike Gunton, and BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit, has already won recognition from the public and specialized critics.
Last year he was recognized with the Television Critics Association Awards, Visual Effects Society Awards, Annie Awards, Hollywood Music in Media Awards, and Cinema Eye Honors Awards, among others. All thanks to episodes that brought dinosaurs back to life in truly impressive fashion.
According to the producers:
…we are delighted that viewers will again have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the wonders of our world as it was 66 million years ago…
If you are a nature lover you can catch up with the first season of Prehistoric Planet on Apple TV +. At the moment, the service is available for a monthly subscription of 6.99 euros or taking advantage of the promotion of 7 days free, to a year when buying an Apple device.
Although we still have to wait a few months for the premiere of the second season of Prehistoric Planet, followers of Apple TV + and other companies will be able to renew their repertoire of programs, thanks to the list of premieres from streaming platforms for March