David Attenborough revisits the Great Barrier Reef after nearly 60 years. His visit takes him from the most exposed part of the reef as well as down to 300m below the surface discovering corals never seen before.
Following the death of her father, a 17-year-old girl is sent to live with her estranged family and finds comfort in a questionable friendship with a self-destructive neighbor, leading both on a startling path to self discovery.
Hope Olaide Wilson,
In the dystopian 27th century, six people wake up on a deserted spaceship with no memory of who they are or what they're doing there. They reluctantly team up and set off to find answers with the help of a female android.
Alex Mallari Jr.
This show is better than most magazine shows, it is quite informative. You can learn the differences between the reasons for different colored olives and where dates come from for example, usually hosted by an overly flirty Kate Qilton.
There are some issues. Mainly that they are very mainstream, some myths are busted, but only if they are positive. This means never delving into too much detail. Negatives that might put viewers off or worse advertisers are never mentioned. Look at these delicious Almonds! Don't mention the water shortage. Look at these happy cattle, don't mention the short painful life and death or the enormous carbon footprint.
An OK show, but watch it with a huge pinch of salt.
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