Season 1 Episode 1: Planet Earth: Blue Planet II
Produced by: Jonathan Smith
Photography by: Alfredo Barro, Chris Bryan, Patrick Dykstra, Tom Fitz, Ted Giffords, Steve Hathaway, Roger Horrocks, Roger Munns, Didier Noirot, David Reichert, Nuno Sa, Gavin Thurston
Run Time: 1 hr
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Comments: Beautiful camera work bring the ocean and its creatures to live here for the viewers. The majesty of the water creatures will leave you in amazement.
The show takes you right into the habits of the ocean. You are brought up close and very personal.
The narrator has a nice soft-sounding voice that delivers an informativeness on everything you see. Dolphins have such fun just living their lives. We can learn so much from them.
The Tuskfish is one determined fish.
Fish are far more than you though. These animals are wondrous. You will be in awe.
Stingrays are majestic creatures. Sea Otters are cute things. There are even fish that change from he to she.
We go all over the planet looking at the oceans. Orcas are another beautiful creature in the oceans.
In the Arctic the ice shapes are breathtaking. Walruses are huge. Some three times the size of polar bears.
Some dolphins actually surf.
You will be blown away by this stunning presentation.

Season 1 Episode 2 – The Deep: Planet Earth: Blue Planet II
Produced by: Orla Doherty
Executive Producer: James Honeyborne
Narrated by: David Attenborough
Head of Submersible Team: Buck Taylor
Photography by: Gavin Thurston
Run Time: 1 hr
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Comments: Here we start off in Antarctica. You will feel as if you are descending into the sea depths. So much life exists in the sea here. The creatures are truly amazing to see.
These creatures are strange such as a Barreleye fish with a transparent head. You will marvel at what you see.
The close-up photography shows so much skill. The colors captured are full and rich. The darkness in the depths are scary. Some life creates its own light.
Did you know it snows underwater?
Sea Cucumbers are so wonderful to see in their natural habitat.
On the sea floor lives life also. You will learn so much information watching this. The show is beautifully narrated as well the voice just flows along with the presentation of the creatures. These creatures are unlike anything you have seen anywhere else.
The Ethereal Snail Fish is the deepest sea living fish.
The Mid Ocean Ridge is an amazing feature of the planet Earth. The amount of life along it is astounding.
In this episode, we get a look at the equipment used, the boat, the submersibles.  Also, we get to see some of the people involved in making this episode.
Any nature lover will enjoy this and so will anyone who loves to learn and be thrilled by the amazing.

Season 1 Episode 3 – Coral Reefs: Planet Earth: Blue Planet II
Produced by: Jonathan Smith
Assistant Producer: Rachel Butler
Narrated by: David Attenborough
Photography: Roger Munns, Daniel Beecham, Roger Horrocks, Denis Lagrange, Hugh Miller, Alexander Wail
Run Time: 1 hr
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Comments: Gorgeous lush scenery great you here and then in South East Asia we see the Corral Triangle. The Cuttlefish lives here.  The colors of the creatures are so vivid. The close-up shots give you so much detail and you will feel as if you are right there.
The Great Barrier Reef is the biggest one. The turtles are magnificent.
The Red Sea is full of life including dolphins. They are cute as they play. Have you ever watched a Manta feed? Well, you can here. They are majestic creatures.
The sea is so full of life that you will never get bored watching the creatures in it as they go about their lives.
The French Polonaise Reefs have groupers and sharks and more. The photography is amazing you will marvel at it. The Grey Reef Sharks feed on the Groupers. The groupers are shown spawning. Life is created here.
If you love nature’s wonders you will love this series. It takes you to places you have never been before.

Season 1 Episode 4 – Big Blue: Planet Earth: Blue Planet II
Series Producer: Mark Brownlow
Produced by: John Ruthven
Director: Rachel Butler
Narrated by: David Attenborough
Photography: Rafa Herrero, Ted Giffords, Rene Heuzey, Nuno Sa, Roger Munns, Richard Wollocombe, Roger Horrochs
Run Time: 1 hr
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Comments: Dolphins and others are shown feeding on Lantern Fish. So many fish are shown here.
The Sperm Whale as they rest is a sight unlike any other. The baby turtle is so cute.
All the oceans of the world are connected as is shown by yellow rubber ducks. Yes, rubber ducks you have to see this to believe it.
Jellyfish are amazing. Portuguese Man-of-War are creatures that are deadly in that it eats up to a hundred small fish a day. The colors of Jellyfish are simply stunning to behold.
Here we see the Albatross up close and personal. The photographer gets so close on the filming.
This episode touches on the dangers of plastic in the oceans. It is awful how it affects the oceans and life in it.
The Boiling Seas are a feeding frenzy of fish on fish. It is hard to find this occurring. The crew is shown as they film the event.
Each episode of this series will leave you in awe.

Season 1 Episode 5 – Green Seas: Planet Earth: Blue Planet II
Produced by: Kathryn Jeffs
Narrated by: David Attenborough
Photography: Roger Horrocks, Hugh Miller, Peter Nearhos, Mark Payne-Gill, David Reichert, Espen Rekdal, John Shier, Alexander Vail
Run Time: 1 hr
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Comments: In the far north the view beneath the water among the ice is something else to see. The beauty of it is glorious.
The close-up photography has the feeling like you could reach out and touch the sea life.
The Southern Tip of Africa has two oceans meet. There are lots of predators roaming the waters. Pajama Sharks are one of them. The octopus and the way it fights a shark is truly shocking.
Kelp forests are crowded with so much life. Urchins are hungry creatures that eat all in their wake. The urchin’s predators the sea otter are so cute and adorable.
Spider crabs are shown like a small army or large one as we see hundreds of thousands walking.
The Green Seas of Southern Australia are where we get to see the Giant Cuddle Fish. They are so colorful. They can be tricky creatures. Seahorses are weird looking thinks.
The Zebra Manta Shrimp the deadliest assassin in the seas. This creature kills fast.
Hump Back Whales are huge. You will love watching these mammals in the water.
The way you are brought into the world beneath the waves is remarkable.

Season 1 Episode 6 – Coasts: Planet Earth: Blue Planet II
Series Producer: Mark Brownlow
Produced by: Miles Barton
Director: Rachel Butler
Narrated by: David Attenborough
Photography: Rod Clarke, Richard Wollocombe, Barrie Britton, Mateo Willis, Dan Beecham, Rob Whitworth, Craig Foster
Run Time: 1 hr
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Comments: The opening music on each of these episodes is beautiful to listen to.
Sea turtles emerge from the ocean to lay their eggs on the coasts. They are an amazing sight.
Seals are shown hunting. They are good hunters.
Rocks Pools are simply amazing to watch all the life in them. The colors are stunning in their vividness. The defenses of these creatures are imaginative.
On the shores of Brazil, we see some crabs. These crabs leap.
The Puffin is one strange looking bird. They are shown working hard for food. The way they bang their beaks is funny.
King Penguins and Elephant Seals share a coast. The penguins do show respect for the seals. They do live side by side in peace.
The biggest gathering of sharks we see 10,000 of them.
We are shown the Blue Planet crew in the water. They are filming the seals hunting tuna.
You will learn so much from watching this series and you will enjoy it as well. The scenes of underwater life will thrill you.

Season 1 Episode 7 – Our Blue Planet: Planet Earth: Blue Planet II
Produced by: Orla Dohery & Will Ridgeon
Narrated by: David Attenborough
Photography: Gavin Thurston, Roger Munns, Toby Strong, Johnny Rogers, Richard Wollocombe, Mateo Willis, Ted Giffords
Run Time: 1 hr
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Comments: In the Arctic Circle during winter there are lots of herring. They are fished and also studied. Orcas are also studied here. The orcas are shown feeding on the herring.
South East Asia has amazing scenery and beneath the waves, the coral reefs are thriving with life. The fish talk to each other.
The video of all the creatures is so amazing as it gets you in so close.
South Georgia is remote it is where the Wondering Albatross lays its eggs. They can be harmed by feeding on garbage. The human race throws way to much garbage into the oceans. Too much plastic and it is so dangerous and deadly in the oceans.
A Leatherback Turtle is the largest turtle. This is a magnificent creature. It has faced many dangers some from humans and the damage we have done to the oceans.
The Whale Shark has a shrinking population due in large part to overfishing them. They are the largest fish.
Rising ocean temperatures are causing damage to the oceans life. Increasing carbon dioxide as well is causing so much damage.
As sea levels rise it will affect cities and human civilization.
People need to realize they need the oceans and seas and the life in them to survive.
This episode is informative.

There is the World we know and the World Below. 

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