'Babies' Part 2 Has Dropped On Netflix And 'One Born Every Minute' Fans Will Love It
As big fans of One Born Every Minute, when Babies arrived on Netflix earlier this year, we couldn't wait to watch.
And now, the series is back for Part 2 - and we can't wait to find out what's in store.
The original docuseries followed 15 families filmed over the course of 12 months, capturing both the science behind their baby's development as well as the emotional side of having a new little person join the family.
There are 12 episodes, but Netflix decided to split the series into two parts, with the first part airing earlier this year in February and the second arriving on the streaming platform this weekend.
The second half is expected to focus more on how babies make sense of the world, exploring what makes us human.
In case you need a recap on what it's all about, the series focuses on the science behind a baby's brain and what it all means to the child in terms of their development - it's basically a more scientific version of One Born Every Minute.
The show aims to give viewers an inside glimpse into a baby's evolution, from first steps to first smiles and everything in between.
Explaining there has been a scientific "explosion" in understanding babies' brains, researchers now know that even the youngest tots see and understand way more than we ever thought they could.
The documentary series will also delve into each baby's milestone, from the immediate bond formed with parents at birth, to sleeping, sitting up, crawling and eventually, the incredible moment babies take their first steps into toddlerhood.
Featuring in the series are a string of leading scientists, including Rebecca Spencer who published a groundbreaking study on the importance of naps for a baby's learning.
A trailer for Part 2 has been shared by Netflix, giving viewers a glimpse into what they can expect. And it looks just as gripping as the first half.
A voiceover begins: "Babies want to connect with people, they want to engage in the meaningful, emotional way. How do these connections actually form and when does this begin?"
"Science can help us understand baby brains and still account for all the wonder."
All six episodes of Babies Part 2 arrived on Netflix on Friday 19th June. Looks like we know how we'll be spending six hours of our weekend...
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