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First episode date  17 May 2008
Cast  Jonathan Bird
8.5/10 IMDb

Network  PBS
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Executive producers  Jonathan Bird, Tim Geers, Christine Bird
Nominations  Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class – Short Format Daytime Program
Similar  Wild America, Animal Science, Stanley, Animal Rescue, Be the Creature

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Jonathan Bird's Blue World is a family-friendly underwater science/adventure television program. The program is hosted by underwater cinematographer Jonathan Bird. This series airs on public television stations in the US. The program is designed for family viewing, and each segment finds Bird trying to unravel a mystery, witness an animal behavior or explore an underwater environment. The first season consisted of 5 half-hour programs filmed in standard definition, and the subsequent seasons were all shot in high-definition. The second and third seasons each won four New England Emmy Awards. The fourth season was nominated for a 2013 National Daytime Emmy Award. The pilot episode from season 1 won a CINE Golden Eagle Award. The program is magazine format with each television episode consisting of 2-3 segments. These segments appear individually on YouTube and the Blue World website as webisodes. Season 5 is in production for a 2017 television release, but new segments from season 5 are being released monthly on YouTube.


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Season 1

  • Episode 1: Blue Shark Adventure, Underwater Cavern, Giants of the Depths
  • Episode 2: Swimming with Jaws, The Bandana Game, The Shark and the Whale
  • Episode 3: A Sharkwreck Mystery, Sea Cows, The Shark with the Long Tail
  • Episode 4: Wilma the Whale, The Prinz Eugen, The Mysterious Hammerhead
  • Episode 5: Airplane Graveyard, Killer Clams, The Shark and the Lamprey
  • Season 2

  • Episode 1: Aquarist for a Day, Mandarinfish, Whale sharks of Holbox
  • Episode 2: Manta Rays of Yap, Tropical Fish Rescue, Tiger Sharks
  • Episode 3: Sea Turtles, Mangroves, Wolffish
  • Episode 4: Cenotes of Mexico, Venomous Fish, Greenland Sharks
  • Episode 5: Sea Stars, The Real Nemo, Shark Feeding Frenzy
  • Episode 6: Lobsters, Remoras, Cayman Stingrays
  • Episode 7: Antarctic Adventure
  • Season 3

  • Episode 1: Blue Holes
  • and the Georgia Aquarium

  • Episode 2: Goliath Groupers,
  • Coral and Camouflage

  • Episode 3: Sully the Pilot Whale
  • and Cleaning Stations

  • Episode 4: Sea Lions
  • and Humpback Whales

  • Episode 5: Jake Learns to Dive
  • and Curaçao Dolphins

  • Episode 6: Sea Snakes,
  • Symbiosis and Coral Spawning

  • Episode 7: Yucatan Sinkhole,
  • Shark Biology and Ocean Defenses

  • Episode 8: Blind Cavefish,
  • Coral Reefs, Bottom-dwelling Sharks

  • Episode 9: Sailfish, Potato Cod and Diver Ed
  • Season 4

  • Episode 1: Manta Ray Feeding Frenzy and Sea Snakes of Bird Island
  • Episode 2: Bull Sharks and Inner Space at NASA
  • Episode 3: Hawaiian Monk Seals, Wounded Warriors, and Counting Fish
  • Episode 4: Artificial Reefs and Free Diving with Karol Meyer
  • Episode 5: Saving the Sturgeon and Carol Farming in Key Largo
  • Episode 6: Belugas, Cousteau's Blue Hole, and Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins
  • Episode 7: Aquarius Reef Base and Skates & Rays
  • Episode 8: Stargate Blue Hole and Sponges
  • Episode 9: Whitetip Reef Sharks, The Kelp Forest, and River of Wrecks
  • Episode 10: Queen Anne's Revenge: Blackbeard's Shipwreck, and Night of the Mantas
  • Episode 11: Invasive Species and The Deepest Dive
  • References

    Jonathan Bird's Blue World Wikipedia

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