Millions of people tuned in to Planet Earth II's finale last night.
And what an incredible finale it was.
We doubt there was a dry eye remaining after that finale.
Atop of The Shard in London, 300 metres above ground, David Attenborough singed off the finale of Planet Earth II with a plea for all of humanity to create homes for both humans and wildlife where they can live and flourish symbiotically.
— BBC One (@BBCOne) December 11, 2016
People were in AWE of Attenborough and the spectacular series:
Still have hope because of this man. He's a legend and perhaps the greatest Briton. Dignified, learned and caring.
— Matt Crocker (@MCSaint) December 11, 2016
magical program ✨❄⭐????
— Albert Snail (@AlbertSnail) December 11, 2016
.@BBCOne fitting end to a fantastic series
— David Heaton (@heatondavid) December 11, 2016
That was the most poignant bit of tv I've seen in a long while. The piece Sir David delivered to camera made me weep.
— fearne cotton (@Fearnecotton) December 11, 2016
May the message Sir David Attenborough said in the last episode of #PlanetEarth be loud and clear to everybody. We are but one planet.
— Daniel Winward (@DanielWinward) December 11, 2016
Bring on the next season. Whenever that shall be...