The third installment of the hugely popular Blue Planet series will be set on Rhyl Beach, producers have revealed.
With guaranteed TV awards every year, the Attenborough-narrated visual wonder has proven to be the BBC’s jewel in the crown, but producers have admitted they’ve been running out of unique places to film.
“There isn’t a tropical island or hidden cove we haven’t explored now, so future episodes might be a little bit underwhelming”, admitted Location Director, Richard Edwards. “Two empty cans of Fosters and a floating Asda trolley isn’t quite as wondrous as two mating seahorses, but we’ve got no choice.”
He added: “Blue Planet might not be an appropriate name for the remaining few episodes, as technically it should Yellowy Brown Planet, which isn’t quite as catchy”.