After the dominance of the Jurassic Park, Dinosaurs documentary was nearly becoming extinct from the cinema world. Here finally, after years of waiting, Apple TV+ has released a full-length trailer of their upcoming docuseries “Prehistoric Planet.” The series will be revealing some of the most unknown facts about the dinosaurs and also how their habitual upbringing of newborns. Prehistoric Planets is set in a world where folks will explore the never seen life. The mesmerizing beauty of the planet and the exotic series which became extinct now could be seen on the screen.
The upcoming documentary has high hopes from the folks, and no doubt fans are intrigued to know the release date of Prehistoric Planet. The trailer began with the Apple TV logo popping up on the screen with Sir David Attenborough’s voice in the background. Amazing set of people involved in the series, along with Sir David, Hans Zimmer takes on the narration department. The series is produced by Jon Favreau. The week-long series consists of five episodes, and they are set to premiere very soon. But when? Let’s dig deep into the article and find out what is Prehistoric Planet’ Release date?
Prehistoric Planet’s Trailer is Released
On 2nd April, Apple Tv has officially revealed the teaser of the series. Finally, on the 19th of April, a full-length trailer is announced, and also the release date for the series is announced. It has received positive views from the fans, and certainly, everyone is excited for the release of the documentary series. Set in the prehistoric era, it features the giants of the planet. The series is set to reveal the unsung theories of the ancient world.
Join us with a story of have never heard and this scale you will witness. The 2:30 minutes trailer speaks a lot about the series. It gives us a glimpse of the unrealistic, unheard, unbelievable, and unknown world of the dinosaurs. The viewers are shown the unseen visualise glimpse of Velociraptors, Stegosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and more.
The groundbreaking series will transport the viewers around 68 million in the past when the world was ruled by the giants. They were kings of the world, big and the most powerful species on the planet, Dinosaurs. Previously, Warner Bro’s Jurassic World has introduced people to the unrealistic world of dinosaurs. They have dominated the screen for quite some time, and now Apple TV is set to give a glimpse of the same world from a different perspective. The enthralled world will explore the historic world in detail very soon. Here in the article, Prehistoric Planet’s release date is revealed.
Who is Sir David Attenborough?
Sue David Attenborough, who is narrating the series, is a well-known historian, broadcaster, and author. He is best known for his work on BBC Natural History Unit. Following his discharge from the Navy, Attenborough worked as an editor for a publishing house specializing in children’s books. He felt disillusioned with his employment and applied for a position as a radio talk show producer. He became a full-time producer of non-fiction programs for the BBC in 1952. His debut television series, Zoo Quest, premiered in 1954.
What is Prehistoric Planet’s Release Date?
The Prehistoric Planet is set to release on 23 May 2022. It is a five episodes series which is set to release from 23 May to 27 May on Apple TV. It’s a week-long series from Monday To Friday.
Where to watch the documentary?
Prehistoric Planet is an Apple TV series, so undoubtedly, the prime source to watch the series is Apple TV. It will available from 23 May to 27 May with a total of five episodes of around 40 minutes long. Apple TV is available with a monthly subscription of $4.99 and an annual subscription of $49.99 in the USA. However, rates vary from country to country.
More about Prehistoric Planet
Prehistoric Planet, a new documentary series from BBC Studios, has been ordered by Apple. The series employs cutting-edge palaeontological research to represent Cretaceous species with scientific rigour. As with The Lion King, computer-generated graphics was supposed to be photorealistic (2019).