Seven Worlds, One Planet

Seven Worlds, One Planet

Seven Worlds, One Planet

  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Release Date: 2019-01-18
  • Advisory Rating: TV-PG
  • Episodes: 8
  • iTunes Price: USD 12.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 19.99
From 26 Ratings


Millions of years ago incredible forces ripped apart the Earth’s crust creating our seven continents – each with its own distinct climate, its own distinct terrain and its own unique animal life. From the colorful paradise of South America to the scorching heat of Africa, Seven Worlds, One Planet showcases the true character of each continent in turn and reveals just how it has shaped all life there. Be surprised by unexpected stories. Marvel at iconic landscapes. And be awestruck by spectacular wildlife. Seven Worlds, One Planet is an eye-opening journey around a world you thought you knew.


Title Time Price
1 Australia 1:00:43 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 North America 57:45 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 South America 57:46 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Asia 57:26 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Europe 57:48 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Antarctica 57:38 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
7 Africa 58:09 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 Trailer 01:02 Free Buy on iTunes



  • David Attenborough

    By Neswina
    What would life be without him? A true living legend and voice for the world’s inhabitants. The best story telling and narrator an orangutans could ask for. He’s one cool dude!
  • Wonderful - On Par With Planet Earth

    By Spuds Mothersbaugh
    This program presents fascinating examples of nature in the context of each continent. It shows how the formation of Earth’s major land masses (each with its own geography, weather and special environments) has led to very unique forms of wildlife. Some may say there’s nothing all that new here compared with previous BBC Earth and other’s natural history productions. However, I believe such critics would be wrong. YES, there ARE cases which show already familiar locations and species, BUT BBC Earth production teams with their latest technology always seem to be able to present such natural events as fresh new stories in ever increasing detail. And they still manage to capture sequences and behaviors never before shown. Had anyone ever seen dingoes hunting kangaroos before in Australia? Or the kind of overall story detail here for a puma family hunting guanacos in South America? I’ve watched lots of nature documentaries and hadn’t ever seen such like this. The crews also did an excellent job of revealing the awesome landscapes as backdrop to the wildlife being viewed up close. Segments at the end of each episode reveal the extraordinary efforts film crews gave to make this beautiful series. Now that I’ve seen it in HD, can’t wait to watch it again in 4K on Blu-ray. Great job BBC Earth!
  • Stunningly gorgeous

    By storytellerstudios
    I watch every nature video I can, and this one (3 episodes in) is one of the best. Thanks to the tireless work of the BBC film crews along with the latest technology (including fantastic drone shots) you will experience wildlife you have likely never seen before in wonderful clarity. Don't miss the details of how they filmed this series, presented at the end of each episode.
  • Oh the lies

    By Macintosh2911
    That this film tells
  • Sir David, thank you!

    By Zuspätlese
    The BBC and Sir David, you simply know what to expect.... I already watched the whole series in the UK, and it is another milestone. The NYTimes in their review felt that these stories had been told before, but really, any new series from this team is welcome. Especially, since the image quality is getting better and better through the years. What I simply do not understand however: why is this not available in 4K??!