DOWN TO EARTH WITH ZAC EFRON launches today. But will there be another documentary series? Down to Earth with Zac Efron launched this morning, Friday, July 10, on Netflix. All 10 episodes are now available for viewing on the Dyer series streaming service. While the viewer is used to seeing actor Zac Efron playing a character, this time he only sees himself as the host of the new series that makes him travel around the world for an important mission. Actor Efron rose to fame in Disney’s High School Musical but has since appeared in many films, including Hairspray, Baywatch, 17 Again, and of course The Greatest Showman.
But now he’s not doing something no one expected: a documentary series on healthy and sustainable lifestyles will be produced around the world. In the first series, Efron and Olean will travel to countries such as London, Iceland, Costa Rica, Peru, and Sardinia. Find alternative and greener ways to generate food, water, and energy. The couple will travel the world to meet the best eco-innovators and learn about a better and more sustainable way of life.
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Will there be another Down to Earth series with Zac Efron?
Down to Earth with Zac Efron was released in its entirety on Netflix today, Friday, July 10. As the series has only been released to the streaming service, there has been no conversation about the second series. So now at least there is only one travel eco-documentary season. However, this does not mean that customers will not watch more episodes of the starter series in the future. The Efron series has appeared today, it is too early to say how well it will work on Netflix.
Before making an official announcement on a series, people first look at the statistics and participation rates on the streaming platform. They then use these stats to make an informed decision about whether the show is popular enough to bring it back for another season. So it may be time for audiences to find out that Down to Zac Efron is returning for a second series. It can usually take months to decide on the future of the program. In the meantime, however, all 10 episodes of the starter series are available for viewing on Netflix. So fans can now watch the entire series on weekends if they want.