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Our Universe - Premieres November 22, 2022
From BBC Studios and narrated by Academy Award-winner Morgan Freeman, comes this unprecedented six-part series, an epic tale 13.8 billion years in the making. Blending stunning wildlife footage with eye-popping cosmic special effects, it takes viewers on a fascinating adventure to explore the connections that drive our natural world. From the birth of the Sun to the birth of a sea turtle, Our Universe uses groundbreaking animation to dramatize the spectacular celestial forces that generated our solar system, while modern camera and CGI technology bring the audience up close and personal with some of the most iconic, charismatic animals on Earth.

Our Planet II - Coming 2023
From the Emmy Award-winning team behind Planet Earth and Our Planet comes Our Planet II, Narrated by David Attenborough. At any given moment on planet Earth, billions of animals are on the move. Our Planet II unravels the mysteries of how and why animals move and migrate to reveal some of the most spectacular and dramatic stories in the natural world.

Life On Our Planet - Coming 2023
This is the story of life’s epic battle to conquer and survive on planet Earth, narrated by Academy Award-winner Morgan Freeman. Today there are 20 million species on our planet, yet what we see is just a snapshot in time – 99% of earth’s inhabitants are lost to our deep past. The story of what happened to these lineages – their rise and their fall – is truly remarkable. Using the latest technology and science to bring long extinct creatures back to life, Life On Our Planet reveals the incredible story of life on our planet and how its future is now being written by us.

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And the only real way to watch these is on 4K Blu-ray. I tried watching Green Planet on streaming, just poor quality. Looks so much better on blu-ray!