Prehistoric Planet offers its first episode for free on Apple TV

Prehistoric Planet takes us to discover the prehistory of a detailed plan thanks to today’s technology. The docu-series, which will be broadcast this May 23 on Apple TV +, offers the community its first episode completely free on the platform. No, it will not be necessary to have a subscription: you will now be able to take advantage of its launch at no additional cost.

“A pregnant Tuarangisauria is in trouble, and her young calf can smell it, as she navigates the waters where the deadliest predators dwell,” reads the episode description. To watch it, all you need to do is download the Apple TV app on mobile devices, Smart TVs, or from your web browser.

On the other hand, if you are a subscribed member, know that the first season consists of five episodes which will be broadcast daily until Friday, May 27.

Jon Favreau and Hans Zimmer at the head of Prehistoric Planet

The project has names of weight, like Jon Favreau in the executive production. The father of Star Wars: The Mandalorian also has time to work on other projects of this caliber. On the soundtrack, Hans Zimmer will accompany the dialogues of David Attenborough.

“Experience the wonders of the world like never before in these epic docuseries from Jon Favreau and the producers of Planet Earth,” Apple says in its official description. “Step back 66 million years in time, when majestic dinosaurs and extraordinary creatures roamed the land, seas and skies,” the officials explain in the official description.

On the other hand, if you have a PS5, you can get 6 months of Apple TV+ for free. The offer, available until July 22, only requires having a next-gen PlayStation console. Know the details here.

Source: AppleTV

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