King of nature David Attenborough is getting a NEW SHOW
Is there anything Sir David Attenborough can't achieve? Probs not. He's an absolute legend and undisputed king of nature, as well as possessing one of the greatest narratorial voices of ALL TIME.
He's lending his voice to Netflix for their forthcoming natural history show (seems off-brand for them?) but now he'll be back on the BBC screens with a huge new programme.
The TV show will focus on the environmental forces reshaping our world, and is entitled One Planet, Seven Worlds. We can't wait for this.
In 'He might save the planet yet news' news, Sir David Attenborough will return to @BBCOne with One Planet, Seven Worlds, charting the history & diversity of the continents pic.twitter.com/i2bUF6BaHF
— Toby Earle (@TobyonTV) February 1, 2019
One Planet, Seven Worlds will focus on an individual continent per episode, and uses cutting-edge technology to explore the characteristics of how the animals are affected by their habitat.
He is also appearing in Green Planet, which will look at the world from the plants' point of view in the global ecosystem.
Attenborough recently spoke to Prince William about today's environment, emphasising the fact that we are less in touch with nature than ever.
“We are one coherent ecosystem – it’s not a just question of beauty or interest or wonder, it’s the essential ingredient. The essential part of human life is a healthy planet” – Sir David Attenborough pic.twitter.com/CxiGvtT5Uo
— The Wildlife Trusts (@WildlifeTrusts) January 22, 2019
"We are one coherent ecosystem- it's not just a question of beauty or interest or wonder, it's the essential ingredient. The essential part of human life is a healthy planet," he said.
He urged politicians and business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos to focus their attention on climate change, before it's too late; “the Garden of Eden is no more”.
Blue Planet II and Plastics Watch have both achieved massive success, so the new BBC One shows are hoping to spotlight the environment in the form of protection.
Three-quarters of a BILLION people worldwide watched Blue Planet I, which is mind-blowing. Some people see his new Netflix affiliation as a blow to the BBC, as streaming services take over.
He has worked with the BBC for over 60 years, so he most likely isn't ditching them.
The Netflix show is due out this April, while the BBC show will hopefully air in the autumn. Get yourselves and your metal straws ready, it's time to save the WORLD, people.