`Wild Isles’ Comes To Prime Video April 21st
Fans of BBC nature documentaries like Planet Earth may be pleased to hear that Amazon’s Prime Video has purchased the streaming rights to a new five-part series called Wild Isles, featuring narration by Sir David Attenborough, and focusing on the habitats of the British Isles.
Amazon Prime Studios recently announced it acquired the exclusive streaming rights through distributor Banijay Rights for most regions of the world (except the U.K. where the series will air on the BBC) to show Wild Isles to Prime Members beginning April 21st, in time for Earth Day.
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The five-part natural history series focuses on natural life and countrysides in and around the British Isles, “one of the most diverse and beautiful landscapes on Earth.” The programming creators promise to reveal behaviors never seen before on screen.
After three years shooting the series in wild, the producers of Wild Isles said the series took advantage of “the latest low-light cameras” to reveal seldom-seen nocturnal activities of native animals, along with macro photography capturing miniature worlds occurring in rock pools, ponds, and grasslands. The series was captured over three years in 4K resolution.
“In my long lifetime, I have traveled to almost every corner of our planet,” stated Attenborough. “I can assure you that in the British Isles, as well as astonishing scenery, there are extraordinary animal dramas and wildlife spectacles to match anything I have seen on my global travels.”
The series was produced by All3Media’s Silverback Films, with executive producer Alastair Fothergill (Blue Planet, Planet Earth, Frozen Planet, and Our Planet) in association with The Open University, The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, and World Wildlife Fund.
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By Greg Tarr
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