It’s been a week since Disney+ launched and many are still exploring the content available on the streaming service. Viewers are curious about original Disney+ exclusive shows, so today we review “The World According To Jeff Goldblum.”
“The World According to Jeff Goldblum” is a documentary series produced by National Geographic. The premise of the show is quite different from the usual documentary. Each episode focuses purely on one subject for Jeff Goldblum to examine. He travels to exciting locations and shares his experiences with viewers. The show highlights Goldblum’s charm and eccentric mannerisms. If you’re familiar with his work in film, then you’ll appreciate the enthusiasm and energy he brings to the documentary series. Instead of featuring an expert discuss the field subject, we are given an entertainer who tries to spark interest for viewers to seek learning more themselves.
The first two episodes focus on sneakers and ice cream. Both are everyday objects we take for granted without giving a second thought. But Jeff Goldblum takes us on a journey to learn the fascinating history and science of these objects in his unique way! Seeing things from his point of view helps in understanding the subject. He learns something new and shares with viewers to make it feel like a shared experience. Goldblum often shares some of his childhood memories and personal experiences. This might interest his fans, but the show leaves you wanting to hear more about the actual subject. My only criticism is that I wish the shows were longer. There’s more to learn on each topic and 30 minutes limits the amount of material to cover.
“The World According to Jeff Goldblum” is entertaining and serves as a great addition to the Disney+ library of shows to watch. It’s amusing and Jeff Goldblum gets viewers engaged in learning something new. It’s worth watching if you’re seeking new documentaries to check out.
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