In this impressive six part series we are shown our relationship to the universe down to the atomic level. It discusses time and energy, the seasons, the elements, water and the power of gravity. With excellent photography and sequences of the animal world, and CGI of elements in our universe, we are shown the universal factors that have created and affected life on Earth, and how it is all connected.
A series that shows the changes in the universe during billions of years and its relationship with this planet that we know so little about and surprises us so much every day: Earth.
November 22nd, 2022
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Episode List of ‘Our Unvierse’
A penetrating look at the sun as a vital source of energy and its impact on one cheetah’s search for food in the sprawling plains of the Serengeti.
The Cosmic Clock
From the womb to a final moment of peace, witness the steady ticking of the universe’s clock through the eyes of the chimpanzee.
Dive into the long year of the Alaskan brown bear through the Earth’s seasonal cycle amid the frigid winter months and into the warmth of summer.
The elements that constitute every living being were formed within the very first stars. Today, a green sea turtle searches the ocean for them.
The story of water’s miraculous arrival onto our planet and its pivotal role in the survival — and amusement — of a herd of elephants.
Force of Attraction
Shaping our entire universe, gravity has set the stage for life. For two king penguins, it steered them toward their soulmates.
Morgan Freeman (born June 1, 1937) is an American actor, director, and narrator. Noted for his distinctive deep voice, Freeman is known for his various roles in a wide variety of film genres. Throughout his career spanning over five decades, he has received multiple accolades, including an Academy Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Golden Globe Award. Read More
Our Universe (2022)
Name: Our Universe
Description: A series that shows the changes in the universe over billions of years and its relationship with this planet that we know so little about, and surprises us so much every day: Earth.