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Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin
The ocean is a mirror - reflecting all the wonders and mysteries of life - and the deeper we look, the more we see ourselves. This fall, Georgia Aquarium, together with Litton Entertainment and Jeff Corwin, is taking the cameras around the world in an effort to fathom the ancient connections between life in the sea - and life on the rest of the planet. These exciting stories will be told each weekend on Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin, an exciting new TV series which is part of Litton Entertainment’s Weekend Adventure, airing across the country on ABC-TV affiliates each Saturday morning.

World renowned conservationist and Emmy Award-winning TV personality Jeff Corwin is the host of Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin. Jeff’s passion and experience is a perfect match with that of the scientists, biologists, animal trainers and other experts at Georgia Aquarium. Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin features unique creatures, exotic locations and fascinating stories that quickly draw the whole family into the journeys that Jeff and the Georgia Aquarium team of experts take as they unlock the mysteries of the ocean.

With Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin and its important messages about conservation, ocean research and the importance of preserving aquatic life around the world, Georgia Aquarium hopes to inspire a passion within the next generation of scientists, researchers and marine biologists on their path toward a new era of conservation.

Watch in Atlanta on WSB-TV Saturdays at 11:00 a.m. Check local ABC-TV listings for other cities.

In The News

Jeff Corwin

  • Jeff Corwin has worked for the conservation of endangered species and ecosystems around the globe. In addition to Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin, he is the host of a variety of popular television shows, including Animal Planet's Jeff Corwin Experience, Corwin's Quest, Giant Monsters, Spring Watch and King of the Jungle; Disney's Going Wild with Jeff Corwin; Investigation Earth with the Discovery Networks; NBC's Jeff Corwin Unleashed, which was nominated four times for an Emmy and won an Emmy for Outstanding Host; and the Travel Channel's Into Alaska and Into the American West. He also co-created and co-hosted CNN's Planet in Peril with Anderson Cooper in 2007. His popular television series are seen in 120 countries worldwide. His wildlife and conservation work has been regularly featured on a variety of television series including Larry King Live, CNN, FOX, Good Morning America, The Today Show, CBS Morning Show, Ellen Degeneres, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Live with Regis and Kelly and The Oprah Winfrey Show. Jeff is also a correspondent for science and the environment for MSNBC and NBC, where he brings important stories of wildlife, conservation and the environment into our homes.

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  • Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin is just one of six brand new TV series which make up “Litton’s Weekend Adventure,” premiering this fall on most ABC Stations. Litton's Weekend Adventure also includes:
  • Jack Hanna's Wild Countdown: Wildlife expert and animal ambassador Jack Hanna counts down from ten to one in intriguing categories that provide stimulating lessons about the world's animals. The fun format of this show affords Jack Hanna and the producers the opportunity to effortlessly teach while entertaining.
  • Born to Explore: The world's cultures and its geographical divides are brought to life as world explorer Richard Wiese takes viewers on globetrotting, hands-on explorations. Richard serves as the ultimate Social Studies teacher and Weekend Adventure's real life ‘Indiana Jones.’ Whether he climbs Mount Kilimanjaro, explores why people live at the base of an active volcano or travels down the Nile, viewers will marvel and the wonders of the world without leaving their homes.
  • Everyday Health: Hosts Laila Ali and Ethan Zohn (Survivor) scan the country finding those who 'pay it forward' to promote health and wellness. This show raises awareness to help fight obesity, raise self-esteem, establish physical fitness habits and prevent negative health choices. It also inspires viewers to make changes in their own lives as well as the lives of those around them.
  • Food for Thought with Claire Thomas: Young, enthusiastic and passionate about food, Claire Thomas will open viewer’s eyes to how everyday life can inspire culinary creations. Each episode informs and educates teens about the power of food as a tool for exploring, meeting new people and learning about different cultures. With her unique approach, Claire will teach the audience how to prepare the “inspired” dish while promoting a healthy attitude towards food and life.
  • Culture Click: What are the cultural events that permeate our everyday lives? Host Nzinga Blake opens each episode from her virtual reality set with a list of what's trending on search engines that week - those topics will serve as a jumping-off point for an examination of the culture that shapes us. Pop culture experts will join her to add insight and historical perspective.

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Airing This Weekend

Episode 326 - THE SECRETS OF VENOM
Airdate: July 23, 2014

Jeff Corwin travels to the northern-eastern tip of Australia searching for some of the most venomous sea snakes in the ocean. Jeff works with renown biologists to collect, analyze, and understand the complex nature of sea snake venom. Jeff also travels to the southern island of Tasmania to find the fourth deadliest snake on Earth and help conservationists save this misunderstood species.

Watch trailers of the episode on YouTube.


Check back here each week for a synopsis of the week's upcoming episode. For additional videos from the Georgia Aquarium, click here to visit the Aquarium's YouTube channel.

Watch Past Episodes

Now available on Hulu! You can watch your favorite episodes and travel around the globe with Jeff Corwin!

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For Educators

Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin is ideal for use as a classroom and educational teacher resource.

Since its opening, Georgia Aquarium has always valued learning as an integral part of its overall mission. The Education Team, led by Dr. Brian Davis, fully embraces education as a means of fostering an appreciation for aquatic animals and their habitats.

While many children and pre-teens enjoy Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin at home on the weekends, Georgia Aquarium is the perfect resource for teachers in the classroom. It is our hope that teachers will use this television show and the associated curriculum resources to enhance learning and inspire interest in aquatic animals around the world.

Click here to check out the educational resources created by Georgia Aquarium Educators for teachers and parents.

Email our Education team to find out more about Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin as an educational teacher resource.

Explore Ocean Mysteries

Explore the ocean's mysteries in person at Georgia Aquarium. For fans of Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin, if you’ve never visited Georgia Aquarium, you’re in for a real treat. Not only is Georgia Aquarium the world’s most magical, it’s also one of the premier institutions furthering research and conservation efforts for some of the most amazing animals on our fragile planet. Your chance to visit and learn more about these programs and initiatives – and to see many thousands of different aquatic species – is now.

Located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, on world-famous Centennial Olympic Park (host site of the 1996 Olympic Games), Georgia Aquarium offers an amazing backdrop for a perfect family vacation filled with fun and learning. Our state-of-the-art facility, at nearly 600,000 square feet and holding 10 million gallons of water across six permanent galleries, represents nothing short of a miracle of engineering. In one day’s visit, you’ll encounter whale sharks (the world’s largest fish), manta rays (the subject of the premiere episode of Ocean Mysteries), spotted eagle rays, giant grouper, sand tigers, albino alligators, beluga whales, sea otters, penguins…and so much more. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to learn something new about each and every species – and what you can do to “make waves” to ensure they prosper in their natural habitats.

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