Can't get enough dinosaurs? Watch second trailer for Prehistoric Planet.

Can’t get enough dinosaurs? Watch second trailer for Prehistoric Planet.

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Can't get enough dinosaurs? Watch second trailer for 'Prehistoric Planet.'
Each of the five episodes of Prehistoric Planet will show dinosaurs and other archosaurs in a different habitat.
Photo: Apple TV+

A couple of enormous sauropods go head to head. A herd of ceratopsia takes on a predator in a driving snowstorm. A pair of tyrannosaurs share a tender moment. All of these are highlights of the second trailer for Prehistoric Planet, coming soon to Apple TV+.

This five-night docuseries will explore the age of the dinosaurs from the Arctic to the oceans.

The most accurate dino documentary in a generation

The series “combines award-winning wildlife filmmaking, the latest paleontology learnings and state-of-the-art technology to unveil the spectacular habitats and inhabitants of ancient Earth for a one-of-a-kind immersive experience,” according to Apple.

From the depths of the oceans to the dangers in the sky, the goal of the documentary series is bringing Earth’s history to life like never before. All with stunning visuals.

It is being produced for Apple by BBC Studios Natural History Unit (creators of the Emmy-winning Planet Earth). It’ll also feature photorealistic visual effects from MPC (The Lion King, The Jungle Book).

Producer Jon Favreau is best known for Marvel and Star Wars films and series. And Mike Gunton has produced many nature documentaries, including The Year the Earth Changed for Apple.

Prehistoric Planet premiers May 23 on Apple TV+

Trailer for Apple TV+ ‘Prehistoric Planet’ dinosaur documentary looks stunning
The five-episode Prehistoric Planet dinosaur documentary will premiere on Apple TV+ next week.
Graphic: Apple TV+

The five-part series is set to debut globally on Apple TV+ from Monday, May 23 through Friday, May 27. The focus will be on a different habitat every night: coasts, deserts, freshwater, ice worlds and forests.

This upcoming addition to Apple’s streaming service will join a number of other amazing nature documentaries, such as Earth at Night in Color and Tiny World. Watching any or all of of them comes with a $4.99-per-month subscription.