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Blue Planet: David Attenborough’s New BBC Series Released When, How It Was Filmed and What It’s About

David Attenborough Visited Costa Rica, Mexico and California in New BBC Series

David Attenborough’s latest documentary series begins on BBC One on 9 January.

Green Planet is about the world from the perspective of plants, with pioneering cinematography allowing you to have a more detailed view of nature.

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Here’s everything you need to know about Blue Planet

What is the green planet about?

Blue Planet is a 5-part series made using pioneering new filmmaking technology. It is described as “Planet Earth from a Plant Perspective”.

Each episode covers a different theme: Tropical World, Water World, Seasonal World, Desert World, and Human World. The production team visited 27 different countries while filming the documentary, during which Attenborough personally visited Costa Rica, Mexico and California.

What technology was used to rotate the Blue Planet?

Camera operator Eric Huyton releases a filming drone to capture aerial footage of the Costa Rican rainforest (Source: BBC Studios/Paul Williams)

The Blue Planet was shot with a special camera called the “Triffid” that allowed the team to capture more intimate and close-up footage of the different plant species. They also use special micro cameras.

Attenborough said Green Planet was a significant step forward in his 1995 Plants Private Life series, commenting “now you have the ability to walk into a real forest, you can see a the tree that grows with the neighbor, fights with the neighbor or moves with the neighbor, or dies. ”

When is it on and how can I see it?

Blue Planet begins on BBC One on Sunday 9 January at 7pm.

Five episodes will be aired weekly.

Where can I watch the trailer for Blue Planet?

You can watch the trailer right here. David Attenborough recounts some dramatic natural scenes.

When is the next David Attenborough series out?

You won’t have to wait long for another new David Attenborough documentary, as Blue Planet is the first of three major projects by the veteran broadcaster throughout 2022.

Then due out later this year, Dy Kingdoms II’s next documentary series deals with the animal kingdom, specifically its families of elephants, cheetahs, pumas, and hyenas.

Planet Earth III will arrive in October 2022, as part of the BBC’s Centennial celebrations. It has been described as the most ambitious natural history program ever made by the BBC.

Why should I watch Blue Planet?

Because this will be another classic Attenborough documentary, this time with a whole new look at the natural world thanks to its distinctive cinematography techniques.

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