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Sony BBC Earth presents a new series – A Perfect Planet

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Sony BBC Earth presents a new series – A Perfect Planet that explores how the world is perfectly suited for our existence. The series aims at exploring the strong natural forces such as the weather, volcanoes, ocean currents, and the sun, that are responsible for making the intricate balance on earth because of which it is the only inhabitable planet in the entire solar system. The series will unfold various aspects of our planet that creates life and, will be premiering on March 8, 2021.

Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, A Perfect Planet has been shot over a long period of 4 years, across 31 countries, and 6 continents. The series is divided into five parts and shows that whatever the environment be, animals of all shapes and sizes will adapt to all the changes. The first four episodes of the series will be defining the power of oceans, volcanoes, weather, and sunlight. And the final episode will highlight the impact of the world’s newest force – humans and what can we do to restore the equilibrium and protect life on our precious planet.

Sony BBC Earth has hosted an exclusive virtual premiere of A Perfect Planet ahead of the Indian television premiere, due to the ongoing pandemic. The virtual premiere is open for everyone to watch till 14th March, here

Tushar Shah, Executive Vice President & Business Head, English Channels at Sony Pictures Networks India, said, “A Perfect Planet is yet another milestone series from Sir David Attenborough that presents the story of Earth’s power and fragility and drives a powerful message about how human actions are impacting the perfect balance of natural forces. Through this one-of-a-kind virtual premiere, our endeavor was to deliver a truly immersive viewing experience to audiences in an impactful manner. This has been yet another digital-first and innovative initiative that reinforces our brand promise.”

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