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Disney+: The World According to Jeff Goldblum

Follow the celebrated actor as he finds out more about the things he regards as interesting.

New streaming service Disney+ landed in Netherlands 12 November. On offer will be a wide range of content, from classic animated movies to more recent blockbusters and even entirely new series and movies. One of the new series is The World According to Jeff Goldblum, a docuseries featuring the beloved actor as host.

Disney+ is already live in the US, Canada and Netherlands. Opening day saw such a high demand with 10 million subscribers, that the site couldn’t quite cope.

Now that everything is working you should be building a Disney+ watchlist. Besides Disney content, the service has titles from Pixar, Lucasfilm, National Geographic, 20th Century Fox and Marvel, which means that subscribers will have plenty to binge.

Some content may not be available in Netherlands immediately due to ongoing broadcast agreements. Fortunately all new shows and movies exclusive to the platform will stream right on schedule. Disney+ no longer has a free trial, so you’ll need to, sign up for a cost of €6.99/month.

When is The World According to Jeff Goldblum coming out?

The first episode of The World According to Jeff Goldblum was available on Disney+ when the platform launched. From there episodes will be released on a weekly basis.

What is The World According to Jeff Goldblum about?

At its core, The World According to Jeff Goldblum is a show about curiosity. Viewers can follow the host as he tackles everyday concepts he finds fascinating like sneakers, ice cream and tattoos. He’ll try to find more about the subject by contacting experts in the field, engaging in experiments and letting viewers in on what he’s learned.


Who stars in The World According to Jeff Goldblum?

Umm, Jeff Goldblum, the celebrated actor, overall enthusiastic dude was widely regarded as the Internet’s boyfriend before Keanu Reeves swept in and stole the title away. You might know him from movies like Jurassic Park, The Fly, Independence Day and more recently, Thor: Ragnarok.

The World According to Jeff Goldblum review: Is it any good?

According to Rotten Tomatoes, yes. The docuseries currently has an 80% score, which translates to positive reviews. Critics mostly describe the show as feel-good and delightful, praising Goldblum for his enthusiasm and charisma.

The series was initially developed for National Geographic before moving over Jeff Goldblum’s world meshed with Disney+. That’s probably due to its nature. As a lot of critics pointed out, the series is more enjoyable than educational.

You’ll likely have a lot of fun watching Goldblum give into his child-like curiosity and you might even learn some new things, but the purpose of the series doesn’t seem to be to offer earth-shattering information. Instead, it relies on the actor’s charm to keep viewers coming back for more. According to early reviews, it also looks great, featuring solid camera work and dazzling animation sequences.

At the end of the day, it comes down to just how much you like Jeff Goldblum. If you’re a fan, this show is definitely a must-watch, as it enables the actor to brightly showcase his quirky personality.

Image Source: Disney+ website

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