If you love dinosaurs (and who doesn’t?), put May 23 on your calendar. That’s when Prehistoric Planet, a new five-part documentary series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, will debut on Apple TV+. Produced by the BBC’s Natural History Unit, who previously collaborated on the show promises to tell the story of some of the dinosaurs that roamed the Earth more than 66 million years ago during the Cretaceous Period.
It also features music by Hans Zimmer and visual work by MPC, the VFX unit that helped Disney create its live-action adaptations of The Jungle Book and The lionking† Apple said the series would feature the latest findings from paleontologists. Among other things, expect an “eye-opening” look at how the fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex looked after its young. All five episodes of prehistoric earth will premiere the week of May 23, with a new episode every day.
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