Nothing compares to watching a good nature documentary, and in honour of Environment Day, Apple will soon release a brand-new one. While Tom Hiddleston will be providing his voice as the narrator for Big Beasts, a forthcoming wildlife series by Apple TV, audiences will soon be able to take a deep dive into the natural world, according to Deadline. On April 21, right before Earth Day, the series will make its debut.
Big Beasts, a 10-episode television series that was shot over the course of two years in 17 different nations, takes viewers on an epic journey to experience the beauty and hardships of some of nature’s largest animals, including tigers, bears, and whales, among many others. Big Beasts might be an intriguing series for viewers and environment enthusiasts to check out when it premieres on Apple TV+ this Spring thanks to the classic magnificent imagery of Earth’s wonders and the gifted voice of Hiddleston.
The next programme will make for a delightful contrast to Tiny World, which was produced by the same creative team and had Paul Rudd as the narrator and focused on the tiny aspects of Earth’s biodiversity. The BigBeasts are produced by Plimsoll Productions, with Tom Hugh-Jones (Planet Earth II), Grant Mansfield (Hostile Planet), and Martha Holmes serving as executive producers (Life).
Apple TV Continues Its Interest in Nature History
Huge Beasts is the newest in a string of recent wildlife documentary shows from Apple TV, including Prehistoric Planet, a show set in the late Cretaceous epoch, and Earth at Night in Color, which focuses on nocturnal animal behaviour. After a successful premiere last year, Apple TV will also be launching the second season of Prehistoric Planet concurrently with the Great Beasts’ arrival. Together with the debut of new dinosaurs and the return of fan favourites, David Attenborough will serve as the program’s narrator.
Nevertheless, Apple isn’t the only business driving the development of natural history programmes. A wave of new shows that will be available on Netflix in the near future include Our Planet II and the paleo-documentary Life on Our Planet, both of which are scheduled for release later this year. Nature enthusiasts have a lot to look forward to when the future shows launch their streaming debuts because there are so many planned series.
On April 21, Big Beasts marches onto Apple TV+, just in time for Earth Day. See the forthcoming show’s official trailer below:
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