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The Best Episodes of Planet Earth II

Every episode of Planet Earth II ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Planet Earth II!

David Attenborough presents a documentary series exploring how animals meet the challenges of surviving in the most iconic habitats on earth.

Genres:DocumentaryFamilyAction & Adventure
Network:BBC One

Top Episode Highlight

The best episode of "Planet Earth II" is "Islands", rated 9.4/10 from 5088 user votes. It was directed by Elizabeth White and written by N/A. "Islands" aired on 11/6/2016 and is rated 0.3 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "Mountains".

  • Islands
    9.4/10 5,088 votes

    #1 - Islands

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2016-11-06

    Islands are wildlife sanctuaries, but surviving in isolation comes with extreme challenges.

    Director: Elizabeth White

    Writer: N/A

  • Mountains
    9.1/10 3,930 votes

    #2 - Mountains

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Aired 2016-11-13

    The high peaks of the world are spectacular places where only the toughest survive.

    Director: Justin Anderson

    Writer: N/A

  • Cities
    9.0/10 3,051 votes

    #3 - Cities

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2016-12-11

    Explore the world's cities and meet the wild animals that have found ways to survive here.

    Director: Fredi Devas

    Writer: N/A

  • Jungles
    8.9/10 3,491 votes

    #4 - Jungles

    Season 1 Episode 3 - Aired 2016-11-20

    The Jungle is home to more animal species than anywhere else on Earth.

    Director: Emma Napper

    Writer: N/A

  • Deserts
    8.8/10 3,129 votes

    #5 - Deserts

    Season 1 Episode 4 - Aired 2016-11-27

    Deserts are lands of such brutal extremes they have shaped remarkable survival stories.

    Director: Ed Charles

    Writer: N/A

  • Grasslands
    8.7/10 2,884 votes

    #6 - Grasslands

    Season 1 Episode 5 - Aired 2016-12-04

    From vast herds to epic predator and prey battles, Grasslands are home to huge spectacles.

    Director: Chadden Hunter

    Writer: N/A