Prehistoric Planet – Sir David Attenborough's new five-part dinosaur documentary – has arrived on Apple TV+. Tonight is Episode 5: Forests. It brings to a close what has been a breathtaking journey through the lives of dinosaurs, ending with watching these enormous creatures in the thick undergrowth. Don't want to miss the natural history TV event of the year? Prehistoric Planet aired across five nights on Apple TV+ and all episodes are available now to watch at any time. New subscribers can watch Prehistoric Planet free with the Apple TV+ 7-day free trial and binge a lot more besides.
Season premiere: Monday 23rd May 2022
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Narrator: Sir David Attenborough
Composer: Hans Zimmer
Season finale: Friday 27th May 2022
Prehistoric Planet promises to take viewers back in time, 66 million years, to when "majestic dinosaurs and extraordinary creatures" roamed the earth. The Jon Favreau-produced nature series has been hailed as "jaw-dropping" in scale – and the closest any of us are likely to get to a visiting Jurassic Park.
Each of the five episodes – narrated by 96-year-old Sir David – blends mind-blowing CGI with music by Hans Zimmer. From cute arctic Dromaeosaurs (penguin relatives) to the beastly T-Rex, Prehistoric Planet is unique in that it uses all-new scientific research to reveal how the dinosaurs really lived.
Episode 5 (Forests) debuts globally Friday 27th May 2022. Follow our guide to get a 7-day free trial of Apple TV+(opens in new tab) (opens in new tab) and watch Prehistoric Planet wherever you are.
Prehistoric Planet episode guide & air dates
Prehistoric Planet Episode 1: Coasts – Monday 23rd May 2022
Prehistoric Planet Episode 2: Deserts – Tuesday 24th May 2022
Prehistoric Planet Episode 3: Freshwater – Wednesday 25th May 2022
Prehistoric Planet Episode 4: Ice Worlds – Thursday 26th June 2022
Prehistoric Planet Episode 5: Forests – Friday 27th June 2022
Prehistoric Planet official trailer
Watch Prehistoric Planet on Apple TV+
Prehistoric Planet is an Apple Original, so it's exclusive to the Apple TV+ streaming service.
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The series airs across five nights on Apple TV+ from Monday, 23rd May 2022. The finale will air on Friday 27th May 2022.
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Is Apple TV+ worth trying?
It's ad-free (aside from Apple ads) and features a host of high-profile shows – such as Prehistoric Planet, Now and Then, The Essex Serpent, Shining Girls, They Call Me Magic, Pachinko, WeCrashed, The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey and Severance – produced by the Apple Originals department.
In our review, we praised Apple TV+ for its "reasonable pricing, superb streaming quality, Dolby Vision HDR support and lavishly-produced exclusives".
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