It's Earth Day, and while every day should be Earth Day, it's a special day where we celebrate and learn how we can do better for the planet. It's home to billions of species of incredible forms of life, however, a lot of us won't get the chance to explore all of Earth's vast wonders. Luckily, the world of binge-worthy film have put together some of the most captivating movies and tv shows that will keep us glued to the screen.

  1. Into the Inferno

Have you ever wanted to see what it would be like to check out a volcano? Into the inferno throws you right in there, figuratively of course, and shows you what it's like being near the heat.

Check out the trailer here.

  1. Our Planet

Narrated by the legend himself, David Attenborough, this TV show showcases the vast ecosystems of Earth, while visiting 50 countries in the process. This 8 episode series is practically a feature-length documentary per episode in its own right.

Check out the trailer here.

  1. A Plastic Ocean

Learn more about how plastic pollution has had an affect on our planet’s ocean and their inhabitants. The documentary was originally supposed to have been on discovering blue whales, but after seeing just how much plastic is in the ocean, the series quickly changed direction.

Check out the trailer here.

  1. Chasing Ice

Notable environmental photographer James Balog was once a skeptic about climate change, but through his Extreme Ice Survey, he discovers undeniable evidence of our changing planet.

Check out the trailer here.

  1. Virunga

This oscar-nominated true story of Africa’s most prized national park, the Virunga National Park, shows stories of those braving phenomenally risky situations in order to protect both the national park and its inhabitants.

Check out the trailer here.

With many options available for streaming, we hope that you’ll enjoy a few of these great documentaries. Do you have a film recommendation on Earth Day? Comment below and let us know what you’ll be watching this week!