Nature and animal lovers will soon be able to discover the new Netflix original animal documentary titled The Animal Kingdom. This documentary will take the form of a series, in which each episode will have a narrator of choice and follow a family of wild animals. If you want to know more about this new animal documentary series, you’ve come to the perfect place.
THE ANIMAL KINGDOM: A HIGH-FLIGHT ANIMAL DOCUMENTARY
The documentary series will immerse us in the lives of eight different families including wild dogs, a mother lioness, a kangaroo, and that of a giant octopus living in the Pacific Ocean.
The Animal Kingdom had never failed to see the light of day because of the health crisis. Indeed, at the time, Bill Markham (the show’s producer) said that “serious discussions had taken place” as to whether the show could continue to be produced.
But solutions have however been found to ensure the filming of the series which took place during the planetary pandemic. For example, the production called on local cameramen to shoot images in countries that were inaccessible at that time due to the health crisis.
The particularity of this animal documentary is that each episode will be centered on a different wild animal and will be narrated by a celebrity. We will notably find the voices and the talent Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, Malcolm), Rashida Jones (The Office, On The Rocks), Rebel Wilson (The Hit Girls, Le Coup Du Siècle), and Pedro Pascal (The Last Of Us, Narcos ).
At the origin of this fiction, we find Martha Holmes and Tom Hugh-Jones who are the executive producers. And Anuschka Schofield, Alex Minton, Adrian Seymour, and Rob Morgan of Plimsoll are in charge of production. In addition, it should be noted that the magnificent images of this documentary are accompanied by the melodies of Jasha Klebe.
THE ANIMAL KINGDOM: WHAT IS THE RELEASE DATE ON NETFLIX?
The American documentary series will be put online this Wednesday, November 10, 2021, on the streaming platform with the red logo. The eight unreleased episodes of the first season have a scheduled release time of 9:01 a.m.
So there are only a few hours to wait before discovering fabulous images of our planet and its inhabitants that we are not used to seeing every day.