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Even a decade after it premiered, you can still probably find the iconic BBC nature documentary series "Planet Earth" on TV. With the giant filmmaking tech leaps since 2006, the promised sequel has us waiting at the edge of our seats. But after years of waiting, the extended trailer for "Planet Earth II" is finally here!

Although the precise series launch date is unknown, the BBC and Sir David Attenborough himself are hosting a special premiere on November 2 in Bristol, England. Get your tickets today!

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