David Attenborough, English national treasure and narrator of nature documentaries, is heading to the small screen once again with a new dinosaur documentary produced by the BBC. This one, the five-part “Prehistoric Planet,” dives into the age of dinosaurs — and what should be some pretty incredible visuals, given the company behind their production. Best of all, you can dig in tonight when it premiers on Apple TV+.
As Concrete Playground points out, we’re used to having incredible visuals go with David Attenborough docs, and frankly it’s part of the magic of them. The producers have always used the latest and greatest tech to capture intimate, highly detailed moments in nature that even the naked eye can’t see. Whether it’s on land or under the water, the special cameras and incredibly patient film crew was given us an otherwordly glimpse into the life that surrounds us on this planet.