BBC Earth has always aimed to push the boundaries of film-making and storytelling in order to spur understanding and enact a positive change all while connecting people to the world by curating content and experiences across nature, space, adventure and science, and this month we unveiled a new look .
This rebrand brings stories into focus, with the introduction of a circular window to the world that represents BBC Earth and allows us to continue to drive strong channel performance. To date in 2023, BBC Earth has already reached over 1.9M viewers and among 25-54s it is tracking at a 50% higher share than 2022.
To compliment this refresh we will be rolling out some of our most watchable tittles over the next few months with new Life Below Zero, our next Landmark, Serengeti II and Wilderness Week.
Life Below Zero
The Emmy-award winning show catches up with the inhabitants living off-grid in one of the toughest areas in the world. The Alaskans continue to cement their legacies in the unforgiving realm of the Arctic, where temperatures regularly plummet to -80 Fahrenheit, freezing exposed limbs in minutes.
This October, there’s one destination when it comes to life in the wild. Go off-grid with premieres from BBC Earth adventurers Ben Fogle and Steve Backshall as they journey into remote and rugged landscapes in BBC Earth’s Wilderness Week. Explore some of the most untamed and isolated corners of the world with gripping adventures from the resilient characters that call it home.
This pioneering series returns to capture the dramatic and emotional interconnected stories of iconic savannah animals. There’s humour, heartbreak and nail-biting tension as new characters move in and familiar faces continue their stories. Immerse yourself in these complex relationships, thrilling battles and tender moments that punctuate the lives of nature’s most captivating characters.
Source: OzTAM National Panel, 0200-2559, 2022-Aug2023, Total People, Consolidated 28. Reach based on 1min+ continuous viewing