Marvel's Tom Hiddleston and Paul Rudd to narrate new Apple TV documentaries

Joe Anderton
·2 min read
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Photo credit: Albert L Ortega - Getty Images

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Apple TV+ has announced a trio of new documentary series that will premiere later this year, with some big name stars providing the narration.

First up there's Tiny World, which will drop its first six episodes on the tech giant's streaming service on Friday, October 2. Using new technology, the series will delve into the lives of some of the smallest creatures on Earth, including how they work and what they do to survive.

Ant-Man & the Wasp star Paul Rudd provides the narration for this one.

Photo credit: Apple
Photo credit: Apple

Next up, there's Becoming You, which "explores how the first 2,000 days on earth shape the rest of our lives", according to the press release. It will tell the stories of 100 children from all walks of life from across the world, and how the first five years of a child's life can be so different yet so similar.

Technically, five years is just over 1,800 days rather 2,000, but we can forgive this discrepancy since The Crown's Olivia Colman is narrating and everything she does is great. The first six episodes of this drop on Friday, November 13.

Photo credit: Apple
Photo credit: Apple

Finally, another Marvel Cinematic Universe star, Tom Hiddleston, will narrate Earth at Night in Colour, which released its first six episodes on Friday, December 4.

This series will follow what animals get up to at night, but promises to be the first time we get to see it in full colour as opposed to black and green, thanks to brand new camera technology.

Photo credit: Apple
Photo credit: Apple

As well as Jason Momoa's science fiction thriller See and Chris Evans' crime drama Defending Jacob, Apple TV+ recently announced the return of Ewan McGregor's motorcycle series Long Way Down, now titled Long Way Up.

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