The beloved former President of the USA, Barack Obama, is arriving on Netflix next month to tell a tale of beautiful lands and wildlife parks spanning over the five continents.

The five-part series is a project of Wild Space Production and Freeborne Media. Mr. Obama will be narrating the documentary and will serve as executive producer. Other producers of the show include Sophie Todd, James Honeyborne, and Tonia Davis.

Our Great National Parks invites viewers to enjoy the beautiful open spaces on our land and many lives co-residing with us on this planet. It might come as a question why Barack Obama for this show so, he is one of the US presidents who protected the public lands.

We can expect each episode to be filled with humor, adventure, and optimism. We will get to travel from the waters of Monterey Bay, the red soil of Kenya’s Tsavo National Park, and Chilean Patagonia.

The official logline of the docu-series read, “An epic five-part series narrated by President Barack Obama that invites viewers to celebrate and discover the power of our planet’s greatest national parks and wild spaces.”

The premiere of the show is scheduled for April 13, 2022. All five episodes with a runtime of 60 minutes will be available to stream on Netflix.

Wildlife Conservation Society and Count Us are running awareness campaigns to educate people about nature protection to promote the audience’s engagement.

The streaming giant has released the official trailer of the series. Make sure you save the dates to enjoy the fun ride documentary with your family and educate your kids about the importance of raw nature. Till then, stay tuned for more exciting updates.

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