There was a lot of love for David Attenborough's crew following his most recent documentary 1 year ago

There was a lot of love for David Attenborough's crew following his most recent documentary

Well. That was an emotional rollercoaster to say the least.

Sunday night played host to a hell of a lot of good television.

We had the first episode of the new season of I'm A Celeb, Louis Theroux's brand new documentary about euthanasia, and a new part of David Attenborough's Dynasites series.

The Dynasties team documented an emperor penguin colony that has to battle to survive the cold winter on earth – and they can only do so through teamwork.

And that team are getting a lot of love since the show aired.

It was revealed that for the first time that Attenborough's crew actually intervened when it seemed certain that a group of penguins would die as a result of a "freak act of nature".

Fair play to them.

According to the Sun, during a conference earlier this month producer Mike Gunton said: "We have a rule that interfering is a very dangerous thing to do. But these penguins were going to die through a freak act of nature if nothing happened.

"How would this conversation be going if you said you saw them there and did nothing? I think you have to do it."

The show also featured an incredible clip of 4,000 penguins huddling to form a frozen incubator.