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The 50 best TV shows of 2016: No 1 Planet Earth II

18 December 2016 11:03 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

With amazing camera work and David Attenborough’s guiding words, 2016’s most outstanding television series made its rapt audience – and, most impressively, teenagers – re-engage emotionally with the animal kingdom

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To understand why scenes and scenarios in Planet Earth II were so affecting, I found myself reaching into an emotional vault I haven’t accessed since the 1980s. The fairy tern, who had come back to her massacred egg and continued to incubate it, even while its yolk was dripping off her feet, brought back a horrible scene in Fortunes of War, identical in every respect except with people instead of birds and Nazi shells instead of predators. Almost everything involving a monkey reminded me of a Godfather film. The great bower bird, not great at all, a bit Ocd and usually wrong, was The Diary of a Nobody. »

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Kenneth Branagh Pitches ‘Return Of The Native’ Adaptation During PBS ‘Wallander’ Panel – TCA

19 January 2016 3:02 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Masterpiece exec producer Rebecca Eaton, still upstairs at the TCA hotel in Pasadena with the flu, again missed panels today for her franchise’s panels at the confab, including one in which Kenneth Branagh came to discuss Wallander, The Final Season, airing May 8-22. This was particularly disappointing for Eaton, given that Branagh had starred in the very first program she acquired in her three-decade tenure at Masterpiece, Fortunes Of War, which also had been her first… »

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