Prehistoric Planet Producers: Mike Gunton & Tim Walker

Dinosaurs are coming to your living room for 5 nights next week in the highly anticipated Apple TV+ natural history event series Prehistoric Planet. Globally debuting Monday May 23 with a new episode dropping each day through Friday, May 27.

Jon Favreau produces alongside BBC Studios Natural History Unit (“Planet Earth”) producer Mike Gunton and showrunner Tim Walker. It’s narrated by Sir David Attenborough.

We caught up with Gunton and Walker to learn more about the making of the series, their favorite episode and how the dinosaurs are depicted on the screen.

Prehistoric Planet streams on AppleTV+ starting May 23

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