more BBC America Shows:
24 Hours in the ER
Gordon Ramsay's F-Word
Jamie’s American Road Trip
Law & Order UK
Ministry Of Laughs
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares
The list includes Doctor Who, Copper, Merlin, Sherlock, and Planet Earth among others.
BBC AMERICA WHAT ARE YOU DOING
THIS WAS A SCARY EPISODE OF DOCTOR WHO FOLLOWED BY AN ALMOST SCARIER EPISODE OF ORPHAN BLACK
If you need a breather, we’re showing Planet Earth all day up until tonight’s episodes of Top Gear and James May’s Man Lab which means that our channel will look more like this:
We’re about to watch Planet Earth on BBC America.
Enjoy a free episode of some of our favorite BBC America shows at the iTunes (US) store.
While you’re there, pick up $5 seasons of Top Gear, Planet Earth, Torchwood, Whitechapel, The Fades, Misfits, Bedlam, and Gordon Ramsay.
Sneak peek at tonight’s world premiere special, Planet Earth: Extreme Predators, debuting at 10pm/9c on BBC AMERICA.
Because nobody knows animals better than kids.
This Earth Day Weekend, PLANET EARTH comes home to BBC America in its Original Uncut Version for the First Time Ever on U.S. Television. April 21 & 22
Plus: go behind-the-scenes of THE MAKING OF PLANET EARTH, a World Premiere Original Special Earth Day, Sunday Apr 22 at 9/8c. This all-new two-hour program details the incredible adventures of the wildlife filmmakers who risked their lives to film in some of the most dangerous and remote places on Earth.
Planet Earth Uncut Marathon & The Making of Planet Earth Special World Premiere
Just announced: Downton Abbey’s Dan Stevens will narrate the new two-hour Planet Earth special, The Making of Planet Earth, premiering Sunday, April 22 on BBC AMERICA.
The original Planet Earth narrated by Sir David Attenborough makes its first ever US broadcast premiere on BBC AMERICA as part of a two-day celebration of Earth Day.
Dan Stevens on Planet Earth and the new special: “I’ve been admiring Attenborough documentaries all my life. I’m always watching them in my downtime and I like to take a box set with me if I have to be away from home for a while. Planet Earth was such an extraordinary series and the Making of… is fascinating: the creatures and stories behind the camera are just as fascinating as those in front. It’s a bit of a dream come true to be a part of the team in some small way.”
The Planet Earth marathon begins Saturday, April 21, 6:00am ET to Sunday, April 22, 9:00pm ET/PT. Following the marathon is the world premiere of The Making of Planet Earth, Sunday, April 22, 9:00pm ET/PT.