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In this adventure docuseries, Philippe Cousteau Jr. , the grandson of oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, travels to remote and spectacular locations, including glaciers and volcanoes, to document the natural wonders of the planet. While his grandfather primarily explored the oceans in his films, the younger Cousteau ventures into the land and air as well as the sea. The syndicated series airs on Fox affiliate stations as part of the Xploration Station programming block.

Xploration Awesome Planet is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (67 episodes). The series first aired on September 13, 2014.

Where do I stream Xploration Awesome Planet online? Xploration Awesome Planet is available for streaming on Total Content Digital, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Xploration Awesome Planet on demand at Amazon, FuboTV, Crackle, Tubi TV, Pluto TV online.

Total Content Digital
6 Seasons, 67 Episodes
September 13, 2014
Documentary & Biography News
8.2/10
Cast: Philippe Cousteau Jr.
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Xploration Awesome Planet Full Episode Guide

  • Join host Philippe Cousteau Jr., grandson of legendary explorer Jacques Cousteau, as he journeys to the most spectacular places on the planet. In this episode, Philippe takes us inside one of the most powerful forces on Earth - wind. First, he joins researchers studying category five hurricanes, which have winds in excess of 157 miles per hour.

  • Join host Philippe Cousteau Jr., grandson of legendary explorer Jacques Cousteau, as he journeys to the most spectacular places on the planet. In this episode, we observe two of the ocean's apex predators in the wild. We'll start in British Columbia following an orca researcher in the field to observe a hunt and try to get a biopsy sample of these massive predators.

  • Philippe Cousteau meets the science communicators making science more relatable for everyone.

  • Philippe Cousteau explores the incredible science taking place in remote locations across our planet.

  • Philippe Cousteau explores the side of nature you don't always see.

  • Philippe Cousteau explores the side of nature you don't always see.

  • In this episode, we visit a few examples of threatened places. We'll start in North Carolina looking at the effects of sea level rise on barrier islands. Then we see how innovative tools are helping to protect against future oil spills. We'll head to Utah to learn why over a million acres of pristine land is now under threat of development.

  • We'll start at the national finals of the Stockhom Junior Water Prize where students are presenting solutions to some of our biggest challenges. Then we see how one student teaches younger kids about climate change in a creative way. We'll wrap up with a team of college students in Pennsylvania who help the local community by monitoring local sinkholes.

  • We start in the Rocky Mountains where an Olympic snowboarder aims to keep our mountains protected. Then it's off to Hawaii where a professional surfer is teaching kids the importance of keeping our oceans and beaches clean. Then it's on to California as a world champion boxer fights for water rights. And finally a professional football team leads the way with renewable energy in their stadium.

  • In this episode, Cousteau explores some of our planets most incredible natural formations. We'll look at different types of corals in Fiji, visit a remote glacier in the Canadian Rockies, and marvel at the arches of the Utah desert.

  • We dive with dozens of bull sharks in Fiji to see how a protected marine reserve is helping local sharks to thrive. We then head to South Florida to plant native mangroves. We head down to a nearby beach to remove invasive plants that affect Miami's coastlines in a negative way. The journey ends with a trip to Maui where local volunteers help to keep endangered seals safe when they come ashore.