Earthsounds Debuts on Apple TV+

An immersive 4K-UHD natural history series that uses state-of-the-art audio to shed new light on our world premieres today on Apple TV+ in Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision.

Here’s the trailer and the media release:

Apple TV+ today revealed the premiere date and official trailer for new 12-part documentary series Earthsounds, narrated by Golden Globe winner and Emmy Award nominee Tom Hiddleston.

Filmed over 1,000 days across three and half years, Earthsounds reveals our planet like never before – a world buzzing with unexpected, unfamiliar and untold sonic stories that we have never been able to capture – until now.

The series documents over 3,000 hours of audio, using cutting-edge technology to record our planet in brand-new ways. Filmed across 20 countries on all seven continents, Earthsounds will premiere all episodes today on Apple TV+.

“I loved narrating Earthsounds,” Hiddleston shares. “Offspring Films and Apple TV+ have created something totally unique. To see, and hear, the natural world in such extraordinary, intimate detail is utterly thrilling. It inspires wonder and awe.”

Earthsounds travels to spectacular habitats, including the Queensland rainforest, the Antarctic ice shelf, the Namibian dunes, tropical coral reefs and more. Discoveries and rarely heard recordings from the series include snow leopards singing love songs, the intimate chatter of ostrich chicks from inside their eggs, musical spiders, walrus’s underwater courtship calls and more.

But it’s not just animals that make unusual noises; the series also captures the mesmerising secret sounds of our planet, including the hum of deserts, drinking trees, and the mysterious buzz of the Northern Lights.

Earthsounds is produced by the award-winning team at Offspring Films and executive produced by Alex Williamson and Isla Robertson. Sam Hodgson is the series producer, and the series director is Tom Payne.

Earthsounds is the second collaboration between Offspring Films and Apple TV+, following four-time BAFTA Award-nominated Earth at Night in Colour.

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