David Attenborough has a new BBC series coming out and it looks AMAZING
Sir David Attenborough's new series, Dynasties, looks set to be another smash hit judging by the amazing trailer.
The man can honestly do no wrong. The moment he starts talking, I'm instantly relaxed and I'm clearly not the only one as apparently watching David Attenborough has the same effect as mindfulness.
Prepare to become the most zen version of yourself as, nearly one year after Blue Planet II, Davy is back on our screens with a new animal documentary series and the phenomenal trailer is out.
Dynasties follows five endangered animal families in their plight to take whatever measures necessary to stay alive. The five families are: Emperor penguins in Antarctica, chimpanzees on the edge of the Sahara in Senegal, West African lions in Kenya, painted wolves in Zimbabwe and tigers in the jungles of India.
The much-loved BBC nature series are famously years in the making and Dynasties is no exception as the corporation says,
"BBC Studios' Natural History Unit has painstakingly filmed these animal families over four years as they play politics, fight battles, make alliances, launch take-overs, battle rivals and win family feuds."
In the trailer, Sir David says the new documentary captures these species at some of the most "intimate and intense" moments of their lives as they compete for resources and try to adapt to the infringement human activity has on their habitats.
The BBC announced the new series back in February with the release set for autumn, but a specific date has not yet been revealed.
Having watched the new trailer, we are buzzing. The series looks like it will be a roaring success.