Saturday, January 18, 2020, BBC America‘s epic production ‘ Seven Worlds, One Planet ‘ is premiering. Sir David Attenborough’s seven-part series tells the story of the seven continents of our planet and how they influence today’s remarkable animal behavior and biodiversity.
What Is Involved In Seven Worlds, One Planet
- Seven-part series marks the first time that BBC Studio’s Natural History Unit has explored all the continents of the planet in a single series.
- The creators have used new technology, including 8 K cameras and boundary-defining drone methods, to record unique perspectives, new species, and first-time animal behavior.
- 41 Countries visited · 92 shots · 1,794 filming days · 499 trips by crew · 2,260.5 filming hours · More than 1,500 people worldwide worked on the project.