The iconic series that started it all returns – accompanying an 8-part programme narrated by David Attenborough, Planet Earth III takes you closer than ever to the world's most fascinating animals and landscapes – and humanity's irrevocable impact upon them. There are over 100 billion planets in our galaxy. Only one is home to life. Ranging across seven dramatic habitats, from the depths of the ocean, to the scorching desert and into the to the darkest jungle, Planet Earth III showcases places and animals from all corners of our amazing, unique, planet.
For the first time, Planet Earth III introduces a human element to each landscape – highlighting how, in the age of the Anthropocene, today's planet has been forever changed by humanity and that wildlife now faces new challenges in our crowded, modern world. Using state of the art photography techniques, the Planet Earth team have spent longer in the field than ever before, bringing you closer to some of the planet's most intriguing species, unseen landscapes and natural phenomena.
Planet Earth III depicts the challenging lives of animals on an increasingly fragile planet, highlighting the deep interconnectivity of all life on Earth and championing the heroic lengths some are going to preserve the critical ecosystems of the planet we call home.
Jonny Keeling is the executive producer of Seven Worlds, One Planet. A longtime BBC collaborator, he has produced and directed numerous wildlife mini-series and documentaries, including The Life of Mammals, Planet Earth, Man Vs Wolf and The Zoo. He has also worked on BBC's wildly popular Planet Earth II, presented by renowned naturalist Sir David Attenborough.