Season two of the National Geographic and Disney+ series The World According to Jeff Goldblum returns with five new episodes on Wednesday, January 19. “When you explore the ordinary, you might just discover the extraordinary.” Have you ever just been fascinated by a random thing you don’t know the origins of? Country line dancing, synchronized swimming, denim, or sneakers? Jeff Goldblum is. The delightful and quirky actor is taking audiences along on an exploration of more fun things that fascinate him in the Disney+ series. Read on for more on the series, how to watch the rest of season 2, as well as the first season.
- When Does Season 2 of The World According to Jeff Goldblum Air: The World According to Jeff Goldblum season 2 returns with 5 new episodes on Wednesday, January 19.
- Where to Watch: The World According to Jeff Goldblum airs on Disney+.
How to watch The World According to Jeff Goldblum
The World According to Jeff Goldblum airs on the Disney+ streaming service. The subscription costs $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year, after a 7-day free trial. A subscription allows for unlimited downloads of content to up to 10 devices for viewing offline and the ability to stream on four different devices simultaneously.
Disney+ is available on mobile devices (iOS and Androids); desktop computers; PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gaming consoles; Roku; Apple TV; smart TVs such as LG, Samsung, and Android TVs; and Chromebook, Chromecast, Apple AirPlay, and Amazon FireTV. Check out our review of Disney+ for more information.
What is The World According to Jeff Goldblum About
The World According to Jeff Goldblum is an educational documentary program driven by curiosity. In each episode, Goldblum (Jurassic Park, Independence Day) digs into the history and development of everyday items that people are passionate about, learns about how they are made, the culture of popularity surrounding them, and just what makes them exciting and appealing. Combining science, history, inspiration, and the people behind them are the elements that establish the formula for the show. Goldblum meets with several groups of people—the innovators and makers, passionate obsessives, and the members of the subcultures who have a personal connection to the object at hand.
Every week, join Goldblum as he queries, laughs, tastes, and dances his way through his exploration with a quirky and childlike enthusiasm that makes him a beloved popular culture icon. One element that makes the show appealing is that Goldblum doesn’t do much research before each episode; instead, he comes in with the basic information he knows and a bunch of questions. This helps keep the show feeling unscripted and as improvised as possible. Driven by his inquisitive nature and entertaining engagement with the people he interviews, Goldblum approaches each item with three angles, the How, Now, and Why: the story behind how it’s made; how it has become part of people’s everyday life; and the surprises behind the success and future of these items.
The second half of season two finds Goldblum motorcycles, birthdays, and what makes the perfect backyard as he explores passions and mysteries closer to home. He interviews speciality biker groups, chats with He spends scientists about how to solve the toughest puzzles, visits a backyard community garden, and more.
Check out the trailer for season 2 for more.
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