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Blue Planet II is another beautiful dive into the oceans. How are its stories constructed?

The sequel to 2001's The Blue Planet comes to the U.S. on Saturday, and Blue Planet II's premiere will simulcast at 9 p.m. ET on five networks: BBC America, AMC, IFC, Sundance, and WE tv. This deep dive into the oceans and their inhabitants...Show More Summary

Blue Planet II, another massively entertaining Attenborough/BBC nature documentary

yesterdayHumor / odd : Kottke.org

Blue Planet II, the latest BBC nature documentary narrated by David Attenborough, is finally set to air in the US this Saturday on BBC America, AMC, and other networks. Here’s a five-minute preview…if this doesn’t pique your interest,...Show More Summary

This mom and baby walrus will break your heart

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

A mother walrus try to find a slab of ice for her calf to rest is one of the saddest scenes in BBC America’s “Planet Earth: Blue Planet II."

Penguin jumps into man's boat for a quick hi-bye

Hello yes, I would like to apply to be a member of the Australian Antarctic Division team. Oh and also, I'm a penguin. SEE ALSO: 10 of the most incredible moments from 'Blue Planet II' Footage released on Wednesday by the AustralianShow More Summary

Challenge auction, Gold Rush spin-off, John Lewis talks MLK, and more reality TV this week

A preview of reality TV this week, including Tabatha Coffey's return to Bravo and Planet Earth's Blue Planet II. Read this story »

Planet Earth: Blue Planet II’: Gender Fluid Fish Fascinate TV Critics At TCA

When BBCA’s Planet Earth has comes to TCA, it can expect to take a slew of traditional "Given the way the planet is being mistreated, do you fear this will be a monument to what once was" questions. But in 2018 TCA, most of the questions...Show More Summary

Four tough actions that would help fight the global plastic crisis

The environmental impact of plastic is finally receiving the attention it deserves. This is partly down to the BBC's Blue Planet II highlighting the problem of ocean plastics. But it's also because the Chinese government has recently imposed quality restrictions on the import of recyclable materials, in an attempt to address domestic concerns over pollution and public health.

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4K BLUE PLANET II!! Blu SURVIVOR & TEN DAYS IN THE VALLEY!!GUN, EAST WEST 101, REBECKA MARTINSSON, CROSSBOW, LAUGH-IN, NEWTON’S LAW, MAJOR CRIMES, WHEN CALLS THE HEART, BROKENWOOD, DOROTHY, ONE DAY AT A TIME, PEYTON PLACE, POWER RANGERS...Show More Summary

Yes, everything is hard, but at least your family isn't being circled by a great white shark

Sharks are invariably a part of the sea in Australia, but this encounter was a bit too close for one family. SEE ALSO: 10 of the most incredible moments from 'Blue Planet II' WATCH: 2017's most memorable Instagram moments Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Blue Planet II facts

Sir, On Sunday Blue Planet II chose to visualise ocean acidification by showing acid pouring on a coral, snail and mussel. The producers should have known better and Matt Ridley (Comment, Dec 11) is right to criticise the BBC for it. While the ocean is acidifying it will never turn into an acid. Ridley, though, […]

Blue Planet II was superb, save a few fishy facts

The BBC show was right to preach about plastics and pollution but misleading about ocean acidification and melting ice Nothing that Hollywood sci-fi screenwriters dream up for outer space begins to rival the beauty and ingenuity of life under water right here. Blue Planet II captured behaviour that was new to science as well as […]

10 of the most incredible moments from 'Blue Planet II'

Forgive us David Attenborough, for we are not worthy. SEE ALSO: The finale of 'Blue Planet II' carried a message that should be heard by all Last Sunday was the last episode of Blue Planet II, and we mourn the loss of a series so astronomically awesome. Show More Summary

The finale of 'Blue Planet II' carried a message that should be heard by all

In Blue Planet II we have already seen many examples of the effect humanity has had on the world's oceans, but the finale laid out in plain terms just how much we have changed the seas — and how reversible the changes may be. SEE ALSO:...Show More Summary

Britain must designate its marine territories as 'bluebelt' to protect oceans and wildlife 

Britain must designate its overseas territories as ‘bluebelt’ to help protect wildlife and prevent plastic pollution entering the oceans, campaigners have said. Following the final episode of Blue Planet II which showed the devastating...Show More Summary

Pelican Invades Tent

last monthHumor / odd : Neatorama

You saw that video of the sea lion blocking the way of the crew filming the BBC series Blue Planet II. The world's wildlife may be trying to make a statement that they don't really appreciate people invading their territory, even to make a beautiful television documentary. Show More Summary

Sea lions have unique whiskers that help them catch even the fastest fish

Astounding footage of Galapagos sea lions hunting was perhaps the highlight of the latest Blue Planet II. For the first time ever, these marine mammals were filmed working as a pack to drive tuna fish in to shallow, rocky waters where they could be caught. Show More Summary

'Planet Earth: Blue Planet II' ocean exploration to get five-network launch in January

'Blue Planet II,' the latest edition of the Emmy-winning nature series, premieres Jan. 20.        

An Extremely Friendly Galapágos Pelican Hilariously Invades the Tent of a BBC ‘Blue Planet II’ Director

last monthHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

While on location in the Galapágos Islands for BBC Earth’s Blue Planet II, Rachel, one of the show’s directors, found out how friendly the area wildlife can be when a pelican showed up at her tent and refused to leave. No matter what Rachel did to try and shoo the bird away, the mischievously stubborn...

Coral reefs gone in 80 years, says Sir David Attenborough

The broadcaster will end his hugely popular Blue Planet II series with a stark warning Coral reefs, including Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, will have died and dissolved away by 2100, Sir David Attenborough will say in the last programme of his Blue Planet II series, to be shown next Sunday. He will warn that CO2 […]

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