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National Geographic’s ‘Race To The Center of The Earth’ Removed From Disney+

National Geographic’s “Race to the Center of the Earth” has been removed from Disney+ in the United States.

The removal is likely a part of  Disney’s ongoing cost-cutting strategy. The series was canceled in 2021 and currently is not available to stream on another platform.  It is unknown when and if the series will return to Disney+, however, it seems unlikely.

The series is executive produced by Bertram Van Munster and Elise Doganieri and pits four teams of three against one another in a nonstop sprint across the globe for a $1 million prize.  Each group will start from a different corner of the Earth – South America, Russia, Canada, and Southeast Asia – all racing to win the huge reward. Along the way, they will encounter jungles, frozen arctic, arid deserts, bustling cities, treacherous mountains, and vast oceans to reach the location where all four routes intersect and the first team to arrive at the buoy claims it all.

“Race to the Center of the Earth” premiered on the Nat Geo Channel in March 2021 and was later added to Disney+.

The cast is made up of teams named Team North America – featuring work colleagues Dave Bacon, Paul Montague Jr. and Mindy Murphy, Team Russia – featuring police officers Jeremy Conkling, Angelina Fraize and Christopher Nelson, Team South America – featuring rock climbing friends Autumn Fryer, Jon Irwin and Sierra Knott and Team Southeast Asia – featuring teachers James Batey, Marilina Kim and Jay Wyatt.

You can watch the teaser trailer for the show below:

 

 

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