Go Jetters takes on Blue Planet II

Mash-up with preschool show was created to mark the launch of ambitious new series.

Following on from its successful mash-up with Planet Earth II, preschool show Go Jetters has revealed a new clip with Blue Planet II.

The clip was created to celebrate the launch of Blue Planet II on BBC One on Sunday, October 29.

The video is a digital exclusive and was cross posted on Facebook via the BBC Earth, Go Jetters and CBeebies pages, as well as the Go Jetters YouTube channel.

The clip combines elements of each brand; we hear Sir David Attenborough’s narration and Hans Zimmer’s score from the landmark natural history series, all visualised through the lens of the bright, bold and funky Go Jetters’ animation.

The aim is to enable the viewer to explore the wonders of the ocean and life beneath the waves in a completely new way.

You can view the clip below:

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