Discovery Channel launches new series Frozen Planet

Polar bears on ice floes.New Delhi: Keeping up with its promise to bring awe inspiring content for its viewers, India’s leading factual entertainment network, Discovery ChannellaunchesFrozen Planet, a series that will take viewers through an unrestrained portrayal of Earth’s Polar Regions.

The megaseries, Frozen Planet  will premiere every Monday at 8 pm, starting 6 May only on Discovery Channel.

Narrated by acclaimed naturalist Sir David Attenborough and featuring the incredible wildlife cinematography, Frozen Planet  has taken new technology to the most extreme and remote parts of our planet, capturing groundbreaking imagery above and below the ice.Ambitious and epic in scale, Frozen Planet  is the ultimate portrait of the Polar Regions, capturing all the fragile, jaw-dropping beauty and majestic power of the elements in the greatest wildernesses on Earth.

Announcing the launch of the series, Rahul Johri, Senior Vice President and General Manager – South Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific said, “Frozen Planet is one of those captivating series which will showcase the splendour of the most intriguing and extreme places on our planet – the polar region. Viewers will be inspired by the breathtaking landscapes and will realise the efforts that go behind capturing such amazing moments.”

Frozen Planet  will take its viewersthrough the most breathtaking polar landscape, which most humans will never get to experience.This landmark series brings to the screen the frozen habitat of the polar region for what could be the last time before global warming changesthem forever.

Frozen Planet promises to enthralviewerswith spectacles that few of us will ever witness. The series will take viewers on a magical ride fromdeep under the frozen seas to a world of erupting polar volcanoes. It will travel to the South Pole across the Antarctic icecap – the largest concentration of ice on our planet.The programme retraces the steps of how life evolved under trying circumstances and is surviving against all odds.

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