You know what’s good?
Anything in the middle area of the TV guide.
Abandoned Engineering, Hunting Hitler, How’s It Made… Those sorts of shows.
I’m often left wondering though, who are those people that sit in a chair talking about what we’ve just seen.
Like really? Who are they? How can we trust them? Why aren’t they Jeff Goldblum?
Well there’s no need to wonder anymore, as Jeff Goldblum teams up with National Geographic to be all the experts in one.
In a new show, titled ‘The Curiosity of Jeff Goldblum’, the man himself will be taking us on a journey around the world.
In Nat Geo’s words, “to uncover the extraordinary stories behind the world’s most ordinary things.”
The megastar actor himself explained, the new series, “puts me in the driver’s seat, guiding viewers on a mind-blowing adventure where we break down the unexpectedly complex science behind seemingly basic things.”
Each of the twelve, 30 minute episodes will follow our hero as he explores one of these ordinary things. Examining it’s production and how it impacts our lives.
Ordinary items such as ice cream, balloons, coffee and erm… toilet paper, will be thoroughly examined.
“It’s a fascinating universe out there, and Goldblum takes us on his unconventional ride, tackling experiments, busting myths and encountering scientific experts to reveal the astounding science that lies right beneath our eyes,” says Nat Geo.
Whilst Global Networks CEO, Courteney Monroe, says, “This series is the perfect platform for Jeff to use his uniquely infectious and approachable charm to take viewers on an unexpected and surprising journey.”
There isn’t an air date as yet, and the title is a working one.
Although it is a perfect title, so hopefully that’ll stay.
Now it just needs to happen!
I want to learn beautiful new things, and I want Jeff Goldblum to be my guide.
Feature Image, Goldblum at the 2017 San Diego Comic Con: Credit Gage Skidmore.