Seven is to air a hypothetical, CGI documentary which looks at the future of our planet after mankind has vanished.
Life After People is said to be the most watched show ever aired on The History Channel (US) and will incorporate CGI to illustrate its points.
Seven says it has added Australian footage to the doco, with a decaying Sydney Harbour Bridge. It will be narrated by Simon Reeve.
It airs 7:30pm Thursday November 27th.
What would become of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the years after man vanished from earth?
With humans gone, could it be possible that Australia’s kangaroo evolves to take our place?
And what of our houses, offices, roads, rivers and everything else that makes up the world in which we live?
These questions and more are asked in the literally ground breaking documentary, Life After People, making its commercial TV debut on Channel Seven this month.
Based on the opinions of leading experts in the fields of engineering, botany, ecology, biology, geology, climatology and archaeology, Life After People asks the age old question: what happens to the world when we leave it behind?
With feature film style CGI graphics, viewers will see the likely fate of the earth, animals and plants post humans.
Life After People is the most watched show ever aired on The History Channel.
For this special presentation, Channel Seven has added additional Australian content.
Watch what could happen to Australia’s iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge if after years of neglect and environmental strain it gives way to the elements and bursts apart, vanishing forever into the harbour.
This will add to the remarkable CGI dramatisations of the speculated fates of Buckingham Palace, the Eiffel Tower, Golden Gate Bridge and much more.
As the experts contend, rivers could swell into green masses, islands disappear, animals evolve to encounter the newfound environment and evidence that humans ever existed could slowly but surely disintegrate.
Life After People isn’t about how humans depart the earth, but what would happen were we not on the planet.
What looks like science fiction could well be reality on earth, population zero.