BBC America has brought Sir David Attenborough on board to present One Planet: Seven Worlds (WT), a new seven-part nature docu-series from the BBC Studios Natural History Unit.
One Planet: Seven Worlds follows Emmy-winning series Planet Earth II, Blue Planet II and Dynasties, which is currently premiering in the US as an AMC Networks four-network simulcast.
Each one-hour episode will transport viewers to a single continent and tell the story of its spectacular wildlife and iconic landscapes.
The 7×60 series is for BBC One and made by BBC Studios Natural History Unit, co-produced with BBC America, Tencent Penguin Pictures, ZDF and France Télévisions.
The executive producer is Jonny Keeling. It was commissioned by Charlotte Moore, director of BBC Content and Tom McDonald.the head of commissioning for Natural History and Specialist Factual.
Sarah Barnett, President of AMC Entertainment Networks, said: “Sir David Attenborough never rests! With this groundbreaking series, we will once again be able to experience life on this One Planet of ours through a lens of transporting wonder.
“It continues to be a great honor to have narration by this legendary storyteller, whose voice is synonymous with BBC natural history programming on BBC America and all over the world.”