The BEST episodes of Frozen Planet II season 1

Every episode of Frozen Planet II season 1, ranked from best to worst by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The best episodes of Frozen Planet II season 1!

Life in the extreme. In a fragile world of beauty and hostility, nature finds a way to survive and thrive. Sir David Attenborough explores a planet on the brink of major change.

Last Updated: 3/11/2024Network: BBC OneStatus: Ended
Frozen Worlds
141 votes

#1 - Frozen Worlds

Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired 9/11/2022

From the poles to the highest mountain peaks, there are surprising frozen worlds found on every continent, and each is home to unique and remarkable animals.

Directors: Alex Lanchester
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Frozen Ocean
102 votes

#2 - Frozen Ocean

Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired 9/18/2022

At the top of our planet lies the Arctic Ocean - a shape-shifting world of ice and water, home to unique animals like polar bears, harp seals and bowhead whales.

Directors: Rachel Scott
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Frozen Lands
83 votes

#3 - Frozen Lands

Season 1 - Episode 5 - Aired 10/9/2022

In the far north of our planet lie vast frozen lands of snow-covered forest and open tundra. These are lands of extremes that push animals to their very limits.

Directors: Jane Atkins
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Frozen South
80 votes

#4 - Frozen South

Season 1 - Episode 4 - Aired 10/2/2022

Antarctica is the most hostile of Earth’s frozen worlds. Yet even here, life finds a way not just to survive, but thrive.

Directors: Orla Doherty
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Frozen Peaks
96 votes

#5 - Frozen Peaks

Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired 9/25/2022

Found on every continent, mountains create unique frozen worlds, home to extraordinary animals that must overcome the crushing conditions of the cold.

Directors: Alex Lanchester
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Our Frozen Planet
70 votes

#6 - Our Frozen Planet

Season 1 - Episode 6 - Aired 10/16/2022

Our frozen planet is changing. We meet the scientists dedicating their lives to understanding what these changes mean for animals, people and the world as a whole.

Directors: James Reed
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