Blue Planet II

Blue Planet II

Blue Planet II

  • Genre: Non-Fiction
  • Release Date: 2017-10-29
  • Episodes: 7
  • iTunes Price: GBP 10.99
  • iTunes HD Price: GBP 14.99
7.7/10
7.7
From 34 Ratings

Description

The landmark natural history series returns presented by David Attenborough. Blue Planet II uses cutting edge breakthroughs in science and technology to explore new worlds, reveal astonishing creatures and extraordinary new animal behaviours. As we journey through our deep seas, coral reefs, open oceans, green seas and coasts we share these extraordinary new discoveries. But we now know that our ocean health is under threat. Never has there been a more crucial time to explore and examine what the future will hold for our blue planet. Featuring music by Hans Zimmer.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 One Ocean 57:51 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
2 The Deep 58:07 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
3 Coral Reefs 58:01 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
4 Big Blue 58:07 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
5 Green Seas 58:02 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
6 Coasts 57:47 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
7 Our Blue Planet 57:46 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes

Reviews

  • Beautiful but would look better in 4K HDR

    4
    By -pb-
    Blue Planet II is as beautiful as you’d imagine from a landmark BBC series and David Attenborough is, as always, riveting as host. However, this was filmed in 4K and even the BBC made it available on iPlayer in ultra HD so Apple really need to start upgrading their TV series as they have done with films. This and Planet Earth 2 deserve it.
  • Daveyb

    5
    By daveybj
    Simply stunning
  • Outstanding

    5
    By Gaspard T
    A must seen for all! Visually outstanding, thorough research and precisions. What a great opportinity to witness indeed what is happening on our planet. Let's do something, every little thing helps!
  • 4K?

    3
    By D3
    Unbelievable seeing this in 4K on iPlayer but why is it not on iTunes in 4K? I’m sure a lot of people are waiting to purchase this when iTunes finally catch up...... 5 Star when it comes out
  • No HDR

    2
    By Governor Serious
    No HDR version a shame smh it would have been amazing watching this on my 12.9 inch iPad Pro
  • As others have said...

    5
    By anon273
    ...it was recorded in 4K, it’s available in 4K on the BBC website... I won’t be buying it here until the 4K version is available.
  • A lesson for us all

    5
    By JoannaBH
    Forget the moans about 4K whatever that is - listen and look and wonder at the skill, attention to detail, bravery and vision it took to make this series. And learn that if we don’t act soon you will be moaning about a great deal more than 4K
  • The Best just got Better

    5
    By TheDogWalker
    Each time the BBC produces a major series such as this, I am left wondering if it can ever be bettered but time after time they push the boundaries and Blue Planet II is no exception. Sublime camera work, wonderful stories, superb editing and of course the incomparable, accessible and charming narration of the master. A series that takes us on a wonderful journey portraying the lives of our fellow creatures as we might never have imagined them before and highlighting the frailty of our planet and the fragility of the of the ecosystems on which we all ultimately depend for our lives. Sad that the ratings have been undermined by a few petty minded bigots bickering over such mundane matters as what type of disc they have to purchase, ignore all that, download and be dazzled by the extraordinary beauty, diversity and richness of our Oceans.
  • Good but no Planet Earth II

    4
    By Roscoe P. Keltrane
    I enjoy watching Blue Planet II, but I don’t find it as warm or engaging as Planet Earth II. I think 4K would be a great addition to iTunes.
  • Epic, Stunning & Breath-taking

    5
    By Popeye13Official
    Just sublime how amazing this looks. Im in awe of what the teams that filmed all of this got to see, the views are outragiously beautiful and this is truly worth the series-pass costs! My only gripe, is its only 7 episodes, id of loved way more because this is viewing gold. BBC at its finest, and long may it continue!

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