How can I watch it?
Our Planet will be available to stream on Netflix globally from 5 April 2019. We'll also be bringing you the stories behind the series, taking you deeper into the issues raised, and showing how you can help restore nature.
Who is involved in the series?
Our Planet has been created for Netflix in collaboration with WWF and Silverback Films, whose director Alastair Fothergill was the creator of the critically acclaimed original Planet Earth and Blue Planet series. We are thrilled that this ground breaking series will be voiced by the master storyteller, Sir David Attenborough.
How was it filmed?
Four years in the making, the groundbreaking Our Planet project was filmed in 50 countries all over the world, taking in every continent. In total, it took more than 3,500 days to film Our Planet. More than 600 members of crew came on board to help capture all of the incredible footage using the latest in 4K camera technology required to make Our Planet a reality.
How many episodes will there be?
There will be eight episodes in the Our Planet series showcasing the planet's most precious species and fragile habitats, revealing amazing wildlife spectacles and places on Earth in ways that have never been seen before. Each episode will allow you to explore a different biome of our natural world - from tropical jungles to frozen lands - get ready for a journey that will open your eyes to the full possibilities of nature on our planet.
Why is Our Planet important?
We are the first generation that knows we are destroying the world, and we could be the last that can do anything about it. But together we can reverse the damage and restore nature. With never seen before sequences, Our Planet will take you to corners of the world where the most amazing natural events happen and motivate you to make changes to protect the place that we call home. This series will inspire people all over the world to understand nature and the challenges it faces like never before.