In 1966, Jacques Cousteau and his research vessel, RV Calypso, immersed global audiences in the awe and wonder of our oceans, a wholly unseen world at that time, through the groundbreaking series "The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau." Today, more than 50 years later, the ocean remains Earth's greatest untapped terrain for adventure, discovery and storytelling. National Geographic has been spurring curiosity into Earth's awe-inspiring oceans for decades, whether by traveling across the seas or diving to the deepest depths of the Mariana Trench with renowned filmmaker and National Geographic Explorer-at-Large James Cameron. Now, at a moment when the urgency of ocean conservation is at a crucial point, National Geographic announces MISSION OCEANX, a six-episode series that pairs a dream team of the world's greatest ocean storytellers with the most advanced combined exploration and media vessel ever built. The first season focuses on the Indian Ocean, with the aim that it will become a recurring series focusing on a different ocean each season.
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The Mission Oceanx Season 1 release date is to be announced on National Geographic.