Blue Planet II S01E07Available from: 10-12-2017Blue Planet II S01E06Available from: 03-12-2017Blue Planet II S01E05Available from: 26-11-2017Blue Planet II S01E04Available from: 19-11-2017Blue Planet II S01E03Available from: 12-11-2017Blue Planet II S01E02Available from: 05-11-2017Blue Planet II S01E01Available from: 29-10-2017
Blue Planet II - Season 1Sir David Attenborough returns to the ocean waters, showing an array of weird and wonderful creatures, some of which have never been filmed before.Genre: DocumentaryCountry: United KingdomDuration: 40 minQuality: HDRelease: 2017IMDb: 9.3
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Critic Reviews of "Blue Planet II - Season 1"Daily Telegraph (UK)November 06, 2017
Some of the most eye-popping sequences didn't involve wildlife at all, but revealed the power, majesty and beauty of breaking waves in high-definition slow-motion sequences.Irish TimesNovember 06, 2017
Just like that ingenuitive tuskfish (and at the risk of zoomorphism), Blue Planet II has its tools, and it knows how to use them.Daily Express (UK)November 06, 2017
It is the kind of telly that makes you wish you had a bigger one, possibly even a cinema to watch it on. It is also, in contrast to much natural history programming, full of hope.Observer (UK)November 06, 2017
To me, wrapped and rapt in the wrasses, or the orcas slapping herring, or the dancing surfing dolphins, or simply the tower-block waves crashing, slo-mo ethereal, off New Zealand, this, and (crucially) the story of its filming was magnificent.GuardianNovember 06, 2017
It's a soberly factual psychedelia; all told, utterly sensational stuff. The apex of the BBC.Independent (UK)November 06, 2017
The footage is so gloriously HD by this point that it almost looks like Pixar, counter-intuitively - your brain not being used to seeing actual sea life in such a crisp, vivid, three-dimensional way.Times (UK)November 06, 2017
This was hypnotic, humbling, majestic television at the top of its game. By comparison anything Hollywood razzmatazz has to offer looks positively beige.GuardianOctober 30, 2017
There are some extraordinary and brilliant things going on down there, and here it is as you've never seen it before.
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