Check out the first teaser for Apple TV+ documentary ‘Prehistoric Planet’ with David Attenborough and baby sea turtles

It’s kind of wild to recall the first time we heard about Apple TV+’s first venture into the land before time was way back in 2019. Already feels like forever ago. But, we’re finally going to see the fruits of all that labor that went into making a CGI-based natural history documentary about the last days of the dinosaurs.

The good news is that today brings with it a teaser, a sneak peek, of what the full documentary event will bring to the table in May of this year. The bad news is that we still have to wait until May. May 23, in fact. It’s a five-night documentary that will showcase a lot of computer generated dinosaurs, and, apparently, some adorable baby sea turtles.

The real draw might be the narrator, though. The legendary David Attenborough is bringing his talents to talk over what we’re seeing unfold on the screen. Along with that, Jon Favreau (Iron Man) is serving as an Executive Producer, along with the producers from the ridiculously popular documentary series Planet Earth.

The score has been put together by Hans Zimmer (DuneInterstellar), which we get a taste of in the teaser.

Here’s Apple’s official description of the upcoming documentary event:

Experience the world of dinosaurs like never before in this epic docuseries from Executive Producer Jon Favreau and the producers of Planet Earth. With David Attenborough and accompanied by a breathtaking score by Hans Zimmer, Prehistoric Planet is a five-night documentary event coming to Apple TV+ May 23rd.

As mentioned just above, circle May 23 on the calendar if you love watching dinosaur content. Will you be checking this one out on Apple TV+?