Apple TV+ has released the trailer of its upcoming documentary, ‘Tiny World’. The video gives a proportional perspective of the subjects in the series. From the tiniest monkey to the smallest fish, the docuseries brings the unnoticed part of nature to viewers’ screens.
Apple’s video streaming service offers a diverse variety of original content like comedy, talk shows, drama series, kids content, and more. In just 9 months, the service has won two Emmy awards. This year, Apple TV+ has earned 18 Emmy nominations for various categories for the Morning Show, Defending Jacob, Beastie Boys, Home and others.
Tiny World on Apple TV+
Scheduled to premiere on October 2, Tiny World narrated by Paul Rudd. The trailers of the series encapsulate the lives and ecosystems of various tiny creatures in different parts of the world. It showcases the struggles of these miniature beings for survival in a world much larger than them.
The cinematography of the series is amazing, and the narration is engrossing. Tiny Worlds is good television for people who admire the wonders of nature.
“This docuseries showcases nature’s lesser-known tiny heroes. Spotlighting small creatures and the extraordinary things they do to survive, each episode is filled with surprising stories and spectacular cinematography.”
The streaming service will be premiering two more new documentaries in fall this year: ‘Becoming You’ in November and ‘Earth at Night in Color’ in December.
“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.”
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