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Source:  The Hollywood Reporter

Two of the great nature documentaries of the modern era used high-definition cameras, relentless patience, and enormous dedication to capture an exploration of life on Earth that hasn’t since been equaled — except by their sequels.

The BBC’s “Planet Earth” and “Blue Planet,” which focused on oceans, remain classics.

In February 2017, “Planet Earth II” premiered, and the results were jaw-dropping.

Tonight, across five networks — BBC America, AMC, IFC, We TV and Sundance TV — the first episode of “Blue Planet II” will present its newest underwater odyssey, and the results are equally stunning.

The remaining six episodes will air exclusively on BBC America.

Read the story at The Hollywood Reporter.

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