Sir David Attenborough is to describe a documentary collection for streaming use Netflix about “the benevolence and infirmity of a pristine world”.
It has been constructed in partnership with Silverback Movies, whose executive Alastair Fothergill done Planet Earth and The Blue Planet for a BBC.
Talking during a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) arise on Thursday, Sir David mentioned a eight-part collection would “take viewers on a fantastic tour of discovery”.
The collection took 4 years to movie.
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The 92-year-old broadcaster mentioned he was “delighted to support broach this essential story to tens of millions of people worldwide”.
Fothergill mentioned he hoped a present, that can premiere on 5 Apr 2019, would “encourage and pleasure a whole lot of tens of millions of people a universe over.”
In response to Netflix, a collection will “showcase a planet’s many appreciated class and frail habitats, divulgence glorious sights on Earth in methods they’ve by no means been seen.”
It’s a partnership between Netflix, a WWF and Silverback Movies.
Our Planet outlines a primary Netflix collection for Sir David, who has previously fronted programmes for Sky and digital channel Eden.
His newest collection, Dynasties, starts on Sunday on BBC One.
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