Last year we witnessed what has ended up being the best documentary on Apple TV+ and one of the best you can see today: ‘Prehistoric Planet’. Narrated by none other than David Attenborough, this docu-series showed us like never before the past of our planet at the time when dinosaurs were the dominant species.
And your audience must have been very good, because Apple just announced that we’re going to have a second season of ‘Prehistoric Planet’ in which we will see all the great cast of artists narrating the Cretaceous past of the Earth.
The second season of ‘Prehistoric Planet’ will return us to the Cretaceous
This second season will once again have the voice of David Atenborough narrating the life of the dinosaurs, adding the soundtrack by Hans Zimmer with the collaboration of Anže Rozman and Kara Talve. There will be five episodes shot and created in collaboration with the BBC and its natural history division.
Some of the dinosaurs that we will see in the new episodes and that Apple has confirmed in its press release are a new species of Ankilosaurus called Tarchia or Tyrannosaurus Rex. The time we will see will be the late Cretaceous, located 66 million years ago.
We will be able to see the five new episodes of ‘Prehistoric Planet’ starting Monday May 22. One will be released every day of that week, so we will have five days in a row in which we will enjoy this second season. of the pull.