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'BBC Earth: Planeta Tierra II', la esperada segunda parte de esta ambiciosa superproducción de BBC conducida por David Attenborough, ya está disponible bajo demanda.

Diferentes medios de comunicación del Reino Unido se han hecho eco de esta inmensa producción de BBC conducida por David Attenborough.

BBC: "Más de nueve millones de espectadores".

THE GUARDIAN: "El documental de estreno más visto en 15 años". "A worthy successor to the original, this is unmissable".

The telegraph: “Planet Earth II was beautiful, cute and terrifying”. "This is the BBC Natural History Unit at its very impressive best".

Daily Mail: "Espectacular, hermoso, mágico". "The truly edge-of-the-seat sequence came from Galapagos, where newly hatched marine iguanas had to run for their lives across the sand to evade clusters of racer snakes… Sir David had never seen anything like it... And that’s the highest possible praise".

The Sun. Destaca los 2,3 millones de espectadores de ventaja que Planeta tierra tuvo sobre el talent X Factor. "Visually outstanding, this is unmissable".

Express. "Utterly stunning…everything we'd expect from the BBC's globally renowned Natural History Unit".

Independent. "The most intimate look at nature ever seen on television… 'Five stars' isn’t really enough for this programme".

Broadcast Now (referencia de audiencias en UK):

DOMINGO 6 de noviembre: BBC1 enjoyed a successful night as Planet Earth II returned with a peak of almost 10m, while Poldark bowed out on a series high.

Planet Earth II (BBC1) 8pm-9pm

9.2m (36.1%)

A peak of 9.9m (38.5%) tuned in to watch the follow-up to David Attenborough’s 2006 documentary Planet Earth.

It was well ahead of the 8.7m (32%) who watched the Planet Earth debut in March 2006 and dwarfed the channel’s 5.9m (26.5%) slot average for the past 12 months.

It also beat the launches of a number of previous David Attenborough documentaries, including November 2015’s The Hunt (4.5m / 19.6%) and October 2014’s Life Story (4.4m / 21.2%).

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