For the past few weeks, a brilliant new nature series called Seven Worlds, One Planet, has been playing on BBC One. Each of the seven episodes focuses on a different continent; segments of the show were filmed in 41 different countries.
The narrator is naturalist Sir David Attenborough, as if it could be anyone else.
Here’s a sample, in which a Giant Leopard Seal pursues a Tiny Penguin:
Warning. The photography in the show is stunning, but Nature is not always pretty. Some viewers in the UK have responded to parts of the series with tears or nausea.
US viewers will be able to judge for themselves when Seven Worlds, One Planet premieres on Saturday, 18 January 2020, on BBC America, AMC, IFC, and SundanceTV.
From Planet Earth II — View in Full Screen
Remember the famous “Iguana vs Snakes” sequence from the BBC series, Planet Earth II? When that little iguana made a run for safety as the rocks around it erupted with dozens of hungry snakes, we witnessed the most exciting chase scene in any movie or TV show released in 2016. I’ve reposted it at the bottom of this item. Three years later, it’s as breathtaking as ever.