Seven Worlds, One Planet will be streamed live in-flight every Sunday at 10.15pm Dubai time, with episodes on-demand from December…
Have you been waiting all year to watch the the brand new Sir David Attenborough documentary, Seven Worlds, One Planet?
Well, if you find yourself on an Emirates flight while one of the new episode’s is released on BBC One in the UK, you’ll be able to stream it live for the first time on their in-flight entertainment service.
So, if you happen to be on one of 175 Emirates planes on any of the next six Sundays from November 10, you can catch an episode of the 6-part series being screened live at 10.15pm Dubai time (6.15pm UK time).
That’s not all. All of the episodes will be able to view on-demand from December, so you could even save them for that long flight home for Christmas that you’ve got coming up.
The new docu-series will explore the seven continents of the world, highlighting how each of them have shaped the the diversity of animal and plant life that we see today. As well as observing the habits of the wildlife there, it will also explore the impact of global climate change on their natural behaviour.
Seven Worlds, One Planet follows the success of Attenborough’s critically-acclaimed series Blue Planet 2 in 2017, which was viewed by over 14 million people, making it the most-watched TV show in the UK that year.