To expanding Apple TV+ original content, the iPhone marker is set to air three new series on the video streaming service this Fall. ‘Becoming You’, ‘Tiny World’, and ‘Earth At Night In Color’ are original series inspired by wonders of life will reveal the stories of the natural world and stages of human development. This dossier will premiere on Apple TV+ globally in more than 100 countries, starting from October till December this year.
The announcement reads,
Apple TV+ today unveiled a first look at a trio of documentary series that celebrate humanity and the wonder of the natural world, premiering globally this fall. Led by a star-studded lineup of narrators, including Oscar and Golden Globe winner Olivia Colman, Golden Globe winner Tom Hiddleston and Golden Globe nominee Paul Rudd, each new Apple Original will showcase never-before-seen footage, groundbreaking technology and dynamic storytelling.
New Documentaries coming this Fall
Starting with ‘Long Way Up’ releasing on Friday, September 18, a new series on captivating life of animals and early stages of human development will premiere each month.
Taking advantage of new camera technology to film the smallest animals in the world, this series explores the “ingenuity and resilience” of the tiny creatures in the wild. Narrated by Paul Rudd, ‘Tiny World’ is for viewers who are amazed by the unseen world of forests and jungles and the skillful survival tactics of their smallest inhabitants.
Written and executive produced by Tom Hugh Jones, Grant Mansfield and Dr.Martha Holmes, the first six episodes of Tiny World will premiere on Friday, October 2 for the global audience.
This global child development series is narrated by Oliver Colman which explores the impact of the first 2000 days on Earth on a child’s personality and life. Based on real-life experiences of over 100 children from Nepal, Japan, Borneo, each episode of the series film the learning journey of children, from birth till age 5, to think, move, speak, and more.
Besides the differences, the documentary also shares the common practices of raising kids in communities all around the world. The first six episodes of the series will premiere on Friday, November 13.
Earth At Night In Color
For the first time ever, this series will capture the nocturnal lives of the majestic wild animals, in color. Narrated by Tom Hiddleston, the documentary is filmed across Arctic Circle to African grasslands to reveal life in the dark like never before. The first six episodes will air on Friday, December 4.
Compatible will all of Apple’s devices, Apple TV+ streaming service is available for $4.99 per month on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV via Apple TV app. The video streaming service is also available on selected Samsung and Smart LG TV sets, Roku devices, and tv.apple.com.
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