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Zac Efron is hosting a new travel series Down to Earth with Zac Efron.
The show follows Zac and his cohost Darin Olien as they travel across the world seeking sustainable and healthy ways to live life.
Zac Efron has brought new life to our Netflix lists with his new travel show. Down to Earth with Zac Efron is all about learning from people around the world in order to find healthy and sustainable ways to live. In the first season, the Netflix series follows Zac and his cohost, self-described "exotic superfoods hunter" Darin Olien, to Iceland, France, Costa Rica and more, which means we have a brand new way to virtual leave the house while being socially distant.
In case Zac isn't enough of a reason to get you to binge-watch the show, fans love it. They've taken to Twitter to talk about how much they're learning and understanding about the world around them.
Started watching Down to Earth with Zac Efron and it’s actually so interesting! The stuff going on in Iceland to be 100% renewable with their energy use is inspiring!
— Emma (@emlawrance) July 13, 2020
Down to Earth with @ZacEfron is both great and horrible. Good because of the inability to travel, bad because now I want to travel everywhere and in no way could ever afford it on my current jobless situation. But I’m loaded with facts so I call it a win.
— Nikki Cooper (@NikkiCooper307) July 12, 2020
And of course, watch because of Zac Efron.
I'm watching Down To Earth With Zac Efron for the plot.
The plot: pic.twitter.com/3SD67fy3zA
— Hayley✨ (@hayleysoen) July 13, 2020
Rn watching down to earth with Zac Efron documental obv for the plot pic.twitter.com/vk8IcfJkkj
— S.ruv (@ruv_s) July 13, 2020
But can we even be shocked that the Troy Bolton is the one that's going to save the planet? I don't think so.
Watching Down To Earth with Zac Efron.. he’s going to be the one to solve Climate Change then huh? Always knew Troy would do great things 🥺
— Srishti Goel (@srishtigoel97) July 13, 2020
This isn't the first time Zac has filmed himself traveling the world. Last year, he filmed a show for Quibi called Killing Zac Efron that was basically his own version of Survivor. For three weeks, he was living in the jungles of Papua New Guinea with nothing but his film crew, basic supplies and a guide partner according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Watch the trailer for Down to Earth with Zac Efron here.
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