The title of this show comes from the family of actors in the 1996 movie “Independence Day,” which combines him with a real explorer.
He invites the opportunity to travel to the ends of the globe, and perhaps even more, the “deepest and greatest joy” of his life.
Smith is certainly one of the brightest stars in the Hollywood galaxy, but at 3,200 feet under the sea, he’s just a tourist. Sharing his sense of surprise in this secret world.
“Whenever we dive into the deep sea, it’s an exhilarating and equally nerve-wracking experience,” said marine biologist Dr. Diva Amon.
She served as an escort to the depths of the star.
“You go to a part of the globe and if something goes wrong, no one really comes to help you,” she said.
The danger is obvious when we look, but the diving team has many years of experience and Smith maintained an equal head.
“At first, as you can see in the episode, he was pretty afraid and pretty honest about that fear,” Dr. Amon said. “But it was great to work through that experience with him and really help him overcome that fear.”
Polar explorer Dwayne Fields met an actor in Iceland for an epic journey on the glacier.
“It means that no matter how much experience you have, how much money you have, how much fame you have, there is still a lot that this world has to offer you. It shows, “Fields said.
Created by National Geographic, the Disney + series has a big purpose beyond just entertainment.
“It shows the beauty you can’t help but want to see for yourself,” Fields said. “And if you want to go see, you will love it, and if you love it, you will want to protect it. That is the power of such a series.”
Smith told “Good Morning America” that he wanted these adventures to last forever and his enthusiasm was contagious.
The producers and distributors of “Welcome to Earth” are owned by the same parent company as this ABC station.
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