If you’re looking to get closer with nature this summer, Hulu is giving you the chance to do just that.
Over the next few weeks, the streaming service will be adding 16 different IMAX nature documentaries, ranging from dinosaurs to the seas to space. A number of these films have been nominated for (and won) Academy Awards, including best documentary.
These films range from just a few years ago to the early 90s, and while many of them have been remastered, none of them will be streaming in 4K. Interested in the full lineup of films? Take a look:
Hulu starts at $5.99 a month, making it one of the cheapest streaming services on the market.
A Beautiful Planet
Produced in partnership with NASA, this film takes a look at our planet with stunning visuals captured aboard the International Space Station
Pandas: An IMAX Original Film
A collaboration between Chinese and American scientists gives viewers a look at pandas across the globe, specifically Qian Qian, a captive-born panda cub headed for the wild
A look at just how absolutely amazing man’s best friend can be, including the incredible bravery of life-saving dogs
Destiny in Space
A documentary that gives a glimpse of how life in space in the future will look
Fires of Kuwait
The story of the bravery of the men and women who battled burning oil wells during the Gulf War
Marine biologist Dr. Carole Baldwin takes viewers to the famed Galapagos Islands to explore the island’s life
An up-close view of Columbia, the world’s first space shuttle
Into the Deep
An exploration of the undersea world around the globe
Journey to the South Pacific
A trip to tropical islands of remote West Papua, home to over 2,000 species of sea life
The story of 16 nations that worked together to achieve perhaps the single greatest engineering feat of all time
South Georgia is home to penguins, albatrosses, fur seals, elephant seals and more, and this film takes viewers up close
The Dream is Alive
Filmed by 14 NASA astronauts, this documentary shows everything about space travel, from launch to landing.
T-Rex: Back to the Cretaceous
A trip millions of years ago back to the Cretaceous Period
China: The Panda Adventure
Following Ruth Harkness, a woman traveling the forests of China to finish her late husband’s dream of bringing the first live giant panda to America
Horses: The Story of Equus
Following the journey of three horses born on the same day: one a racehorse, one a stunt horse, and one a wild horse
The Secret of Life on Earth
People and animals depend on each other more than we know, and this documentary has incredible up-close footage that explains that relationship