You have definitely got to tune in for these. The photography alone is phenomenal. It really looked like I could reach out and put my hand in the water as I was wtching. You really feel like you are in a plane flying low over the snow. I will put in my standard disclosure with nature movies - These are wild animals and death is a normal part of any life. There are moments when the inevitable happend and I cried that may make a younger child (or overly emotional woman) upset. There was nothing shown during these scenes - it's more knowing what happened than seeing it happen. Narrated by Alec Baldwin, Frozen Planet will run for five weeks, with two back-to-back episodes bookending its premiere and finale nights.
Episodes will premier as follows:
"The Ends of the Earth" (March 18)
"Spring" (March 18)
"Summer" (March 25)
"Winter" (April 1)
"Frozen Planet: Making Of" (April 8)
"On Thin Ice" (April 15)
"Life In the Freezer" (April 15)
Make sure you tune in to watch each episode. I was able to watch the first two episodes and I cannot wait until I can see them all. This is truly just as amazing as the Planet Earth series!