Beautifully filmed, brilliantly packaged, and utterly depressing – despite all the unique, novel, or never-before-seen behaviour. A great series; a harrowing message.
A solid piece of spec-bio with a diverse range of specialists involved, though a little overly simplified in terms of the science presented and with a slightly lacklustre final episode.
A brilliant and deeply personal introspection of an incredible individual. A truly nuanced and exacting character analysis and a documentary style which I hope to see emulated much more in the future.
Visually and audibly stunning; season one pushed the boundaries so much it still feels relevant, whilst season two presented a more intimate and mature version of the natural world. Arguably the gold standard in nature documentaries.
A fitting tribute to an amazing man and author. If you're a fan of Discworld or anything Pratchett, do not miss this documentary.