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Source:  Deadline

Netflix and the BBC have teamed up for the first time to make a natural history documentary.

The two companies will co-produce three-part natural history series “Life In Colour,” in which Sir David Attenborough will explore how color plays a vital role in animal interactions using new cameras built specifically for the series.

The documentary series is being lined up for a 2021 premiere.  It’s being produced by Humble Bee Films, a UK-based production company which recently made “Attenborough And The Giant Elephant” for BBC One.

Attenborough has a long and illustrious history of working with the BBC, and this year fronted Netflix series “Our Planet,” produced by Silverback Films.

Read the story at Deadline.


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