Entertainment13 April 2022
This Earth Month, let us entertain you with stories about our planet and its heroes — with everything from cooking shows to dramas, stand-up comedy specials to family titles, to nature documentaries and climate fiction.
We curated more than 170 of these stories into a new Netflix collection, called “.” The collection debuts today, featuring art (pictured above) by California-based illustrator celebrating the beauty of our natural world. Leonardo was inspired by people impacted by climate change, having experienced it first-hand in the Philippines.
The collection includes series, films and specials that honor nature like , , , and a new five-part series launching today: . Narrated by former US president Barack Obama, this seriesexplores the world's most breathtaking national parks through the eyes of its wildest residents – showing how we can preserve these wild spaces for future generations.
And the collection goes beyond documentaries. The breakout success of shows how wide-ranging and entertaining stories about the environment can be. You can also learn about the science of climate change (, ) or how to live more sustainably (, , ).
In gripping dramas like , (Green Frontier) and , we witness how people from all corners of the Earth use their unique gifts for good. Films such as and (out April 29) put real-life climate heroes at the center of the story. And feel-good titles like , and our new sci-fi adventure will get the whole family talking. Parents and educators can even use to start a conversation.
This collection reflects the fragility of our planet, but also how we can help it heal. Members globally can find this page by searching “One World Infinite Wonder” or “Earth Stories,” and by visiting or . Members can find additional collections by searching “Going Green,” “Environment” and “Nature.” Titles vary based on location.
We’ll unveil new collections and artist collaborations throughout the year, so stay tuned.