By scanning the locations at the bottom of the ocean where sunken ships, treasures and even cities lie, the show tries to answer what they look like, how they got there and if they hide any secrets.
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Craig Sechler ...  Narrator / ... 27 episodes, 2018-2019
James Delgado James Delgado ...  Himself - Maritime Archaeologist, SEARCH Inc. / ... 16 episodes, 2018-2019
Eric Grove Eric Grove ...  Himself - Naval Historian 12 episodes, 2018-2019
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By scanning the locations at the bottom of the ocean where sunken ships, treasures and even cities lie, the show tries to answer what they look like, how they got there and if they hide any secrets.

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Season 1 episodes were cut up and recompiled into various specials that focused on certain topics, the titles of these episodes were, 'Sunken Cities', 'Treasures of the Deep', 'Sunken War Ships', 'Stormy Seas', 'Sabotage on the High Seas', 'Americas Sunken Shores', 'Deep Water Disasters', 'Undersea Empires' & 'Without A Trace'. See more »

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Love the show but music is too loud
14 October 2019 | by jessiednicholsSee all my reviews

It's amazing. But the narrator is often drowned out by the music. Maybe tone it down in future episodes . I don't think I can adjust my tv to separate the music from the story.


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