Netflix warns of graphic scenes in ‘Our Planet’
MANILA, Philippines — The streaming app Netflix has issued a warning for animal lovers about the graphic scenes in its new series “Our Planet.”
“As you make your way through @OurPlanet, here are some moments animal lovers may want to skip,” Netflix wrote on Thursday in a tweet as it enumerated timestamps of graphic scenes.
As you make your way through @OurPlanet, here are some moments animal lovers may want to skip:
One Planet: 16:04 – 16:43
Frozen World: 16:29 – 17:47, 32:50 – 33:45, 48:45 – 51:00
Fresh Water: 26:10 – 27:09
Deserts and Grasslands: 28:45-29:10
High Seas: 37:42-37:52
— Netflix US (@netflix) April 10, 2019
Netflix’s warning involves scenes in five episodes of the eight-part docuseries.
Some of the moments include killer whales eating a penguin, a walrus falling off a cliff, a jaguar killing an alligator, among others.
“Our Planet,” which tackles the effects of climate change on wildlife around the planet, premiered in the streaming giant on April 4, 2019,
The docuseries was made in collaboration with Silverback Films and conservation charity World Wildlife Fund (WWF). /jpv
Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000.