Get wowed by camera tech in ‘Earth At Night In Color’ on Apple TV+

Get wowed by amazing camera tech in Earth at Night in Color on Apple TV+


‘Earth At Night In Color’ premiers December 4 on Apple TV+.
Earth At Night In Color journeys into the night , and makes it like day.
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Apple’s next nature docuseries goes where ordinary cameras fear to tread: the darkness. Earth at Night in Color uses cutting-edge camera technology to explore life after dark in ways not possible before.

Watch the official trailer for the Apple TV+ series to get a first glimpse.

“The night, a shadowy world that hides more than half the animals on our planet,” the trailer says. “Until now, cameras only offered a glimpse into their lives. But with next-generation technology, we can see the night as clear as day.”

Earth at Night in Color was filmed across six continents. It follows the moonlit dramas of animals after dark, and promises new insights and never-before-seen behaviors. Narration is by Tom Hiddleston (Loki from Marvel’s Avengers series).

All six episodes of this documentary series will debut on Friday, December 4, only on Apple TV+.

Earth at Night in Color joins Apple TV+’s collection of cutting-edge nature documentaries

Apple’s streaming video service is building a library of nature documentaries only possible with advanced technology … which makes a certain sense. The recently released Tiny World reveals the lives of the smallest animals on the planet with cutting-edge cameras, for example.

Earth at Night in Color is being produced by Offspring Films, which is also creating Earthsound for Apple TV+. That upcoming docuseries takes viewers on an audio tour of the natural world.

All are exclusives to Apple service, which costs $4.99 a month. Apple TV+ offers nearly 50 series and movies now or coming soon, with dozens more in production.


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