Ryan Reynolds to narrate Discovery + documentary ‘Curb Your Carbon’ – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Ryan Reynolds to narrate Discovery+ documentary Limit your carbon which reveals 10 simple and effective things we can do right now to help fight climate change.

The streamer also revealed its Earth Day lineup that will premiere from April 15-24. Programming includes content that celebrates the exploration and conservation of our planet and the inspiring people, places and wildlife that depend on it to survive.

A full breakdown can be found below.

Limit your carbon- (Premieres April 21) Humor, crazy stunts and stunning animations: the documentary reveals the simple and effective ways we can all help fight climate change in an easy-to-understand way. Reported by Ryan Reynolds. (Discovery)

In pursuit of the giants of the ocean – In this 8-episode series, Patrick Dykstra, a Wall Street lawyer-turned-filmmaker and conservationist, uses cutting-edge exploration technology to help scientists unravel the mysteries of the giants of the oceans. (discovery + Original)

Crikey! It’s the Irwins- In this award-winning series, Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin, Bindi’s husband, Chandler Powell, and new member of the Irwin family, Grace Warrior Irwin Powell, continue Steve Irwin’s mission to connect and inspire people with animals. to become wildlife warriors and work together to protect and preserve wildlife and wild places. (Animal Planet)

Action Planet Climate Challenge- This seven-part series explores how some of the world’s best-known personalities are stepping up to make a difference in the world and inspire the public to take action. Each 8-12 minute episode features an interview with a high profile celebrity activist talking about the organizations – including Matt Damon’s Water.org, Jane Fonda’s Fire Drill Fridays and Adrian Grenier’s Lonely Whale – that they co-founded or that they support. have an impact today. (discovery + Original)

The Earthshot Prize: Fixing Our Planet- Led by Prince William and Sir David Attenborough, the 5-part series features members of the Earthshot Prize Council, as well as some of our most eminent scientists, wildlife experts and conservationists. (BBC/Discovery)

Endangered- Executive produced and narrated by Emmy winner Ellen DeGeneres, Endangered follows the efforts of conservationists dedicated to wildlife conservation around the world, as they work to compile the latest version of the Red List – the most comprehensive record of the state of wildlife in the world that was ever created. (discovery + Original)

Frozen planet- A spectacular expedition in the breathtaking landscapes of the two poles. Cameramen dive under the ice into a world of giants, dive into the heart of an erupting volcano, and soar to the South Pole through the Antarctic ice sheet. (BBC/Discovery)

Judi Dench’s Wild Borneo Adventure – Dame Judi Dench and conservationist David Mills embark on an unforgettable journey to experience the lush rainforests, magical wildlife and dramatic coastlines of Malaysian Borneo in this two-part series. (ITV/Discovery)

The mating game- With narration by Sir David Attenborough, the five-part historical series explores the most intimate details of life around the world to reveal how animals overcome the challenges of their world to reproduce and leave lasting legacies. (BBC/Discovery)

Mysterious planet- Reported by David Schwimmer, mysterious planet is an epic journey to the ends of the earth. Combining humor with the awe and beauty of the natural world, this series seeks to unravel the greatest mysteries behind the world’s most incredible species. (Discovery)

A perfect planet- A five-part series from Sir David Attenborough and the award-winning team behind the original Earth and The hunt. In a unique fusion of first-rate natural history and earth science, A perfect planet explains how the living planet works, showing how the forces of nature – weather, ocean currents, solar energy and volcanoes – drive, shape and sustain the vast diversity of life on Earth. In doing so, he reveals how perfectly adapted animals are to whatever the environment throws at them. (BBC)

Planet Earth II- David Attenborough narrates this highly acclaimed series exploring the planet’s natural world. Each episode explores a different habitat, focusing on how living creatures cope with the challenges posed by each environment. (BBC/Discovery)

Serengeti II- Created and produced by Emmy-winning Simon Fuller and directed and produced by Emmy-winning wildlife filmmaker John Downer, the sequel to the groundbreaking six-part series provides unparalleled access to one of the world’s most most pristine and unspoiled in Africa. Narrated by Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o, the groundbreaking series follows the heartwarming stories of a cast of African wild animals featuring the dramatic moments that make every day of survival on the Serengeti a feat. (BBC/Discovery)

The history of plastic- An Emmy-winning documentary that takes an in-depth look at the man-made plastic crisis and the global consequences it is having on the health of our planet and those who live on it. (Discovery)

Wild Africa: rivers of life – Africa’s rivers teem with life, invigorating the landscape and providing abundance for the animals that depend on them. In this two-part series, the 7 most powerful punctuate the seasons and shape the life of everything they touch – because where there is water, there is life. (BBC)

An Earth Day promo from the streamer can be viewed below.

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