Sony BBC Earth, The channel to hold exclusive screenings across cities ahead of its nationwide release
Sony BBC Earth is about to make its debut the second season of their marquee property ‘Frozen Planet’ in India.
Produced by BBC Studios’ world-renowned Natural History Unit, co-produced by BBC America, the Open University, Migu Video, ZDF and France Televisions, Frozen Planet II is narrated by Sir David Attenborough. The much-awaited six-part series returns to television screens after a long gap of 11 years.
‘Frozen Planet II’ will take people on an expedition to the world’s coldest areas – the high mountains, frozen desserts, snowbound forests, and ice-cold oceans, to explore the wildlife in these regions.
This six-part series, shot in ultra-high definition with cutting-edge camera technology and featuring dramatic new behaviours, intimate stories, and sensational natural spectacles captured on camera for the first time, is an opportunity to experience the wonder of our planet’s frozen realms like never before.
Having won a total of 10 awards and 9 nominations, including 4 Primetime Emmys across categories, the first series – ‘Frozen Planet’ – took viewers on an extraordinary journey across the polar regions of our planet.
With the premiere of its sequel, Frozen Planet II, the channel aims to heighten the visual delight of the viewers with another enthralling experience of the frozen worlds, this time exploring the planet on the brink of a major change.
As part of the series’ premiere, Sony BBC Earth has also launched an on-air contest where the winners will get exclusive invites to the special celebrity screening across major cities.
Lucky winners will also stand a chance to win food and beverage coupons that can be redeemed at partner outlets.
Tune in and take a closer look at species such as polar bears to penguins, from snow monkeys to Siberian tigers overcoming unique sets of challenges to endure the extremities of the frozen world with Frozen Planet II. The show releases on 17th October 2022, only on Sony BBC Earth.
“Frozen Planet II is one of the biggest properties to make its way to Sony BBC Earth this year. While the first season of the show received a great response from the viewers, now with this release, we aim to showcase an unparalleled experience of the frozen world and the life thriving in it against all odds. Being committed to offering the best to our viewers, we look forward to bringing more such exclusive and premium content on the channel.”Tushar Shah, ‘Chief Marketing Officer & Business Head – English Cluster & Sony AATH, Sony Pictures Networks
“With Frozen Planet II, we want to captivate viewers through new stories, breath-taking drama, and stunning landscapes to drive home the message that these true wildernesses on earth are literally vanishing right before our eyes at a speed faster than we can imagine and how these changes are impacting wildlife.”Mark Brownlow, Executive Producer, Frozen Planet II
About Sony BBC Earth
MSM Worldwide Factual Media, a joint venture between Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) and BBC Worldwide, produces Sony BBC Earth, a premium factual entertainment channel.
Sony BBC Earth features award-winning BBC factual programming as well as the work of some of the world’s leading factual filmmakers.
The channel, which is based on the principle of ‘Feel Alive,’ promises a great visual extravaganza, positive smart narrative, and a new viewpoint on knowledge and entertainment.
The Green Planet, Blue Planet II, Serengeti I & II, Dynasties, Trust Me I’m a Doctor, Rick Stein’s India, and many others.
Bang Goes the Theory, Deadly 60, Planet Earth II, Fishing Impossible, Where the Wild Men Are with Ben Fogle, and other series on the channel cover a wide range of topics, from entertaining and smart science to adventure and human-interest stories.
The channel airs in SD and HD and is available in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu throughout India.
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