TV episodes Full List of The Blue Planet Episodes

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Below is a complete The Blue Planet episode list that spans the show's entire TV run. Photos from the individual The Blue Planet episodes are listed along with the The Blue Planet episode names when available, as are the dates of the original airing of the episode. The Blue Planet episodes from every season can be seen below, along with fun facts about who directed the episodes, the stars of the and sometimes even information like shooting locations and original air dates. Examples of items on this list include “Tidal Seas” and “The Deep.” Are you remembering a funny scene but can't think of the name that the The Blue Planet episode is from? Scroll below and you'll find what you're looking for.

The Abyss Oct 03 2005 - Cameras are sent to the last great frontier on our planet - the deep sea - to reveal an amazing world including rare footage of the most incredible sea-life.

Dive to Shark Volcano Oct 03 2005 - "Dive to Shark Volcano" joins divers on a search for seven species of sharks in seven days near Cocos Island, 300 miles off the coast of Costa Rica.

Amazon Abyss Oct 03 2005 - "Amazon Abyss" explores the world beneath the surface of the Amazon River. Until this feature was filmed, no one had ever explored the depths of the Amazon due to the harsh conditions. ...more

Being There: Between the Tides Oct 02 2007 - "Being There: Between the Tides" shows the interactions between wildlife and various water bodies, along the same lines as the main feature.







Making Waves Dec 03 2001 - The making of The Blue Planet.

Being There: Antarctica Oct 02 2007 - Accompanied by dramatic historical narration, "Being There: Antarctica" takes viewers on a visual journey of the landscape and wildlife of Antarctica.


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Deep Trouble May 05 2002 - The combination of overfishing and modern technology has depleted fish stocks across the world's oceans. The program explores the problems, and offers several solutions to the problems.

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The Blue Planet Sep 12 2001 - Experience the power of the blue whale - the largest mammal ever to grace our planet. Learn how the sun and moon help control and tame the ocean. Travel far and wide - from the Eastern Pacific ...more

The Deep Sep 19 2001 - A place of mountain ranges, perpetual night, pressures extremes and cold... and the weirdest life forms on our planet. Dive into the depths of the ocean, an eerie world where predators with ...more

Open Ocean Sep 26 2001 - In the immense space of the open ocean the sea bed is a staggering five miles below the surface and the nearest island is over 300 miles away. Yet here live many of the most spectacular ...more

Frozen Seas Oct 03 2001 - An environment where only the toughest survive, the Arctic and Antarctic are unrelenting habitats. Only in spring does life begin again. Plankton blooms and feeds fast hordes of migrating fish, ...more

Seasonal Seas Oct 10 2001 - As the days grow longer, billions of microscopic plankton bloom under the blazing sun. Here in the temperate seas, three-ton basking sharks graze among forests of giant kelp - the fastest ...more

Coral Seas Oct 17 2001 - Bathed in bright sunlight and warm clear water, the coral reef is a rich oasis of life - the rainforest of the sea. Bizarrely adorned harlequin shrimp carry off a starfish several times their ...more

Tidal Seas Oct 24 2001 - The sun and moon move billions of tons of water with every turn of the tide. The strongest tides empty entire bays, smash trees on riverbanks, and strand sea creatures on suddenly dry land. ...more

Coasts Oct 31 2001 - From rocky cliffs to gentle dunes, the coasts are always changing. Day in and day out, they are battered by crashing waves. Seabirds come here by the thousands to nest, while baby turtles hatch ...more

Deep Trouble Nov 05 2001

Introduction Sep 12 2001 - Experience the power of the blue whale - the largest mammal ever to grace our planet. Learn how the sun and moon help control and tame the ocean. Travel far and wide - from the Eastern Pacific ...more