Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer

Watch Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer

  • TV-PG
  • 2019
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.9  (27)

Meteorologist Dylan Dreyer travels to the wildest points on the globe, ranging from Africa to Indochina and the Middle East, as well as untamed islands, coming face-to-face with native animals and uncovering the connection between the environment, wildlife and human beings of exotic locales.

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A Campaign in Cambodia
36. A Campaign in Cambodia
May 2, 2020
Dylan Dreyer journeys to Cambodia to find the elusive clouded leopard and the giant Asian elephant, discover the connection between humans and tarantulas, and take a reptile ride with turtles and crocodiles.
Journey Through Japan
35. Journey Through Japan
May 2, 2020
Dylan Dreyer explores the incredible wildlife of Japan and jumps in the water to explore what creatures live down deep -- and what they eat; plus, she discovers what makes the swan migration over Japan so special.
Charging Through China
34. Charging Through China
April 25, 2020
Dylan Dreyer journeys to China to explore the unbelievable wildlife that roams the land; she climbs with red pandas and tries to stay clear of the path of Asian elephants; plus, she explores caves that hold the secret wildlife of the Chinese regions.
Going Down the Ganges
33. Going Down the Ganges
April 25, 2020
Dylan Dreyer takes us to the Ganges; here, we'll discover the creatures that live in this amazing landscape; from fierce Bengal tigers to wild-looking mudskippers, you never know what you'll find while exploring the Ganges.
Finding the Lost Worlds
32. Finding the Lost Worlds
April 18, 2020
Dylan Dryer embarks on an adventure to the lost worlds of India, exploring ancient cultures that are still there today and magnificent animals who share the land with humans.
The Amazing Amazon
31. The Amazing Amazon
April 18, 2020
Dylan Dreyer travels to the Amazon to explore the wildlife and the cultures that live there, imagining what it was like to be some of the first European explorers to make landfall and coming nose-to-nose with pink river dolphins.
Exploring Around the Andes
30. Exploring Around the Andes
April 11, 2020
Dylan Dreyer goes on an adventure to the Andes Mountains, a region full of a wide array of animals. From Andean bears to pumas, this land is rich with Earth's most fascinating creatures.
Voyage in Vancouver
29. Voyage in Vancouver
April 11, 2020
Dylan Dreyer travels to Vancouver to explore the beautiful landscape and discover the diversity of animals native to the area, including humpback and killer whales, as well as the relationship that salmon and black bears have with the land itself.
Hiking the Himalayas
28. Hiking the Himalayas
April 4, 2020
Dylan Dreyer journeys to the Himalayas to follow the unbelievable migratory path of geese and cranes and discover how black bears, clouded leopards and people all have a connection through the deep-rooted cultures of the Himalayas.
Paddling Through the Pantanal
27. Paddling Through the Pantanal
April 4, 2020
Dylan Dreyer explores the rivers of the Pantanal, from the hunting techniques of hungry otters to the agility of Pantanal jaguars, and takes a fishing trip with locals to discover what they catch during the day versus the giants they catch at night.
Adventures in Venezuela
26. Adventures in Venezuela
February 22, 2020
Today on Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer takes us back to Venezuela to continue exploring its diverse and exotic wildlife. We'll swim with crocodiles and avoid waterfalls as we discover what thrives in Venezuela's rich ecosystem.
Thar Desert Revisited
25. Thar Desert Revisited
February 22, 2020
Today on Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer takes us back to the Thar Desert, where we'll explore what and who lives in the harsh ecosystem. From monkeys to lions, you never know what you'll find in the heat of one of the largest deserts on Earth.
 Return to Amazon River Islands
24. Return to Amazon River Islands
February 15, 2020
Today on Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer leads us on a journey back to the Amazon River, where we'll explore what lives in the water and on the islands. We'll take a fishing trip with some of the locals who rely on the Amazon River for both food and shelter. Plus, a run-in with two of the Amazon River's biggest mammals
 Return to Thailand
23. Return to Thailand
February 15, 2020
Today on Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer will take us back to the incredible country that is Thailand. Giants roam the forests and swim through the reefs of this diverse and vast ecosystem. We'll fish with the locals and be on the lookout for Asian elephants, because you never know what you'll find when you explore Thailand's incredible ecosystem.
Incredible Islands
22. Incredible Islands
February 8, 2020
Dylan Dreyer returns to some of Earth's most extreme islands, from the Amazon River islands to the Philippines, getting up close with fascinating creatures -- from squirrel monkeys leaping around in the Amazon to fireflies illuminating the night sky.
Frozen Frontiers
21. Frozen Frontiers
February 8, 2020
Dylan Dreyer explores some of the most unbelievable -- and unbelievably cold -- places on Earth, from the ice fields of Patagonia to the snowy mountains of the Himalayas, discovering what thrives and survives in the world's most frigid ecosystems.
Zanzibar Revisited
20. Zanzibar Revisited
February 1, 2020
Dylan Dreyer returns to the tropical archipelago of Zanzibar to discover the animals in its incredible ecosystem, from monkeys swinging through the forest to Aldabra tortoises ruling the beaches.
Return to Malaysia
19. Return to Malaysia
February 1, 2020
Dylan Dreyer returns to explore the wildlife that lives in Malaysia; its diverse landscape is home to an incredible number of different species, from shifty cave swiftlets to feisty fiddler crabs.
Vancouver
18. Vancouver
January 25, 2020
Host Dylan Dreyer takes us on a journey to Vancouver Island. We'll go on one of the most epic journeys in the animal kingdom with the Pacific salmon that live in the streams and rivers. We'll witness hungry black bears, slick sea lions, and other obstacles that the Pacific salmon face on their way.
Lost Worlds
17. Lost Worlds
January 25, 2020
Host Dylan Dreyer takes us to one of the longest and largest rivers in the world: The Orinoco River. On this epic journey, we will explore the most exotic creatures living in the river, as well as the animals who depend on the river for food and shelter. This includes a puma who uses the river for water, as well as a hunting ground for its prey. We then meet the wild-looking four-eyed fish, as well the fiddler crabs who need to hide from a high-flying predator above. We then try to imagine what it would have been like to be the first explorers to make landfall, andToday on Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer takes us to northern India, where we will explore the "Lost Worlds" that remain. Here, we will discover what lives in the least human-inhabited regions. From elephants to spectacle monkeys to pythons, you never know what you will find in this fascinating area of the world. the sights and sounds they would have heard. Plus, we climb the trees to hang out with some red howler monkeys and get a firsthand experience of how they got their name.
Patagonia Revisited
16. Patagonia Revisited
November 23, 2019
On today's episode of Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer takes us back to the Patagonia region of South America. This diverse landscape is full of animals that find ways to thrive in the coldest, steepest and most dangerous places on Earth. From sea lions to armadillos, we'll explore all the amazing animals that call Patagonia home.
The Himalayas
15. The Himalayas
November 23, 2019
Today on Earth Odyssey, we head to Asia and visit the highest peaks in the world - the Himalayas. We'll see everything from the migration of cranes to the daily life of snow leopards. The climate and landscape of these mountains are anything but convenient, so we'll explore what it takes to call the Himalayas home.
Best Of: Islands
14. Best Of: Islands
November 16, 2019
Today on Earth Odyssey, we venture back to some of our favorite islands from around the world. We start in South America, home to the Amazon River Islands that are full of wildlife. From red howlers to squirrel monkeys, the trees on these islands are full of furry creatures. We'll then head to Southeast Asia, where the Philippines are full of unbelievable insects. We'll even get a firsthand look at a tree nymph becoming a butterfly, but its new life gets off to a sticky start.
Best Of: South America
13. Best Of: South America
November 16, 2019
Today on Earth Odyssey, we head back to South America to visit some of our favorite animals. We'll start in Venezuela, where the Orinoco River provides a home for people and animals
Philippines Revisited
12. Philippines Revisited
November 9, 2019
Today on Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer takes us back to the Philippines where we will find some of the most fascinating wildlife in the animal kingdom. We'll head to the mangrove forests, where people still call home and use the rivers and streams as a means of transportation, food and fun. We will also head to the trees where macaques play and where tree nymphs turn into beautiful butterflies.
Andes
11. Andes
November 9, 2019
Today on Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer takes us to the peak of South America to the Andes Mountains. The tumultuous weather and treacherous heights have caused many unusual animals to form specialized behaviors in order to survive. We'll explore what life is like for the descendants of the Incas, as well as the animals that call the Andes Mountains home.
Amazon River Islands
10. Amazon River Islands
November 2, 2019
Today on Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer leads us to the heart of South America to explore the Amazon River Islands. Life on these islands benefit from the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers, as well as the rich rainforest that dominates the northeast region of South America. From high-flying squirrel monkeys to slow-moving sloths, we will explore what makes the Amazon River Islands such a fascinating region of the world.
Zanzibar
9. Zanzibar
November 2, 2019
Today on Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer takes us to the coast of East Africa to the Zanzibar Archipelago. We'll explore the lush beaches and beautiful reefs that are full of exotic mammals, crustaceans and fish. From the small fiddler crabs on Chumbe Island to the massive whale sharks just off the coast, we'll discover what makes the wildlife in Zanzibar so fascinating.
Philippines
8. Philippines
October 26, 2019
A visit to the Philippines explores Palawan Island. Included: a giant pitcher plant that gets its name from its large and oval-shaped "mouth"; scorpions; giant centipedes; and bearcats, which are not related to either cats or bears.
Thar Desert
7. Thar Desert
October 26, 2019
An exploration of the Thar Desert, which is one of the world's biggest and most populated deserts. There are many animals that call this Indian desert home, but it is also home to the thriving city of Jaipur. Over three million people live in this busy metropolis, but they share the streets and shops with macaque monkeys. But not all of them behave, and the troublemakers must be sent back into the wild.
The Pantanal
6. The Pantanal
October 19, 2019
We head to the Pantanal region of South America. The Pantanal is the biggest wetland on earth, but we begin with the animal that has more species than any other creature in the region: birds. Parakeets and parrots make their nests in the cliffs and trees, away from predators. But that doesn't mean that they are totally safe. Predators hunt for prey all over the Pantanal, and predators even hunt for each other. We'll see an epic showdown of power between a jaguar and a crocodile. We will then explore the circle of life that happens between the animals and locals in the beautiful South American region. From crocodiles to parrots, many different animals benefit from the relationship between the ranchers and their cattle. We then head back to the wetlands where crocs lay out in the sun next to storks, parakeets and a variety of different birds.
Patagonia
5. Patagonia
October 19, 2019
We head to South America where the region of Patagonia hosts a variety of different animals. We start on the colder side of the region where penguins rule the land. There are millions of penguins here that almost outnumber the humans that live in Patagonia. We then visit another animal who hangs out in the water, the beaver. Its dams are spread across the region and will often affect the lives and homes of the local birds. The woodpecker is among the birds affected by the amount of beaver dams. We'll explore a day in the life of these woodpeckers to get a better understanding of their habits. We then head to the glaciers and ice fields that host a wide range of creatures. From flamingos to guanacos to pumas, these ice fields have some of the most diverse wildlife in Patagonia. We will then meet the people who live there, and explore their relationship with wild, as well as tamed horses.
Amazon
4. Amazon
October 12, 2019
Dylan Dreyer explores the Amazon rain forest in South America. Included: red howler monkeys; army ants; wasps and tadpoles; and flies and stick ticks. Also: a harpy eagle on the prowl for its next meal.
Venezuela
3. Venezuela
October 12, 2019
Swimmer Brad Snyder. who lost his vision while serving in the military oversees; young golfers Bella Leonhart and Ryder Carlson, who will go out of their way to play golf, no matter the circumstances; and golfer Mackenzie McRee, who's overcome injury and bullying. Also: auto racer Joey Logano's foundation.
Thailand
2. Thailand
October 5, 2019
Exploring Thailand and its bizarre creatures, including gibbons and macaques; a local hog deer; and creatures on the Kra Isthmus.
Malaysia
1. Malaysia
October 5, 2019
Dylan Dreyer visits Malaysia, where proboscis monkeys gather food while escaping predators; crocodiles hunt for their next meal; pitcher plants and other wildlife grow on the highest peak of Malaysian mountains; Malaysian orangutans make their homes.
Description

Meteorologist Dylan Dreyer travels to the wildest points on the globe, ranging from Africa to Indochina and the Middle East, as well as untamed islands, coming face-to-face with native animals and uncovering the connection between the environment, wildlife and human beings of exotic locales.Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (54 episodes). The series first aired on January 8, 2019.

Where to Watch Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer

Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer is available for streaming on the NBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer on demand at Hulu, FuboTV, Sling and NBC.

  • Premiere Date
    January 8, 2019
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (27)