The Deep

Continuing their Caribbean island hopping, the Descending team contemplates underwater art in Grenada, comes face to face with the ocean’s largest carnivore in Dominica, and then goes deeper (1000+ ft!) than they ever have before.

Descending

Season 1
Season 1
  • Descending S01 E01 - The Rest of the Map

    Seasoned travelers Scott Wilson and Andre Dupuis begin a new journey descending into the world beneath the waves.  They travel to New Zealand to recruit friend and fellow explorer Ellis Emmett for the adventure.  But equipment challenges and harsh weather impede the team’s first dives.

  • Descending S01 E02 - The Poor Knights

    Scott and Ellis cross New Zealand's North Island to board a sunken cruise ship, push their limits in a cave dive, and are awestruck by the vibrant and healthy marine reserve at the Poor Knights Islands.

  • Descending S01 E03 - The Sea Less Travelled

    The team ventures to Djibouti to swim with the world’s largest fish – the whale shark – but must then overcome frustrating travel challenges to get to Sudan and dive Cousteau’s Conshelf II and a WWII wreck with a deadly cargo.

  • Descending S01 E04 - The Emerald Sea

    Scott brings Ellis and the Descending team home to Canada for some cold-water diving off Vancouver Island.  Scott and Ellis make friends with some questionable creatures and then pilot a jet at 80ft below the surface.  Above the water, the team is put to work preparing a ship for scuttling.

  • Descending S01 E05 - The Dive God

    While island-hopping in the Caribbean, Scott and Ellis meet the ‘Dive God’.  But there is trouble in paradise as the team learns of a poisonous, invasive species that threatens these beautiful blue waters.

  • Descending S01 E06 - The Deep

    Continuing their Caribbean island hopping, the Descending team contemplates underwater art in Grenada, comes face to face with the ocean’s largest carnivore in Dominica, and then goes deeper (1000+ ft!) than they ever have before.

  • Descending S01 E07 - The Big Six

    Scott and Ellis visit South Africa to face their fears and brave some of the most notorious shark-filled waters in the world.  Disaster strikes on what should have been an easy shipwreck dive.

  • Descending S01 E08 - The Hunt for the Red Devil

    Scott and Ellis are in Los Angeles to see if vibrant marine life can exist off the highly developed coast of Southern California.  After meeting up with a pair of eco-warriors, the team scours the Sea of Cortez in search of the elusive and fearsome “diablos rojos”.

  • Descending S01 E09 - The Smoking Earth

    Facing frigid waters, the Descending team travels to Iceland to witness the newest part of our planet being formed.  Scott and Ellis touch two continents at once in some of the world’s clearest water and attempt to dive where no one has gone before.

  • Descending S01 E10 - The Pacific Theatre

    History fanatic Scott talks Ellis into diving the shark-infested waters off the coast of the Solomon Islands.  This tiny South Pacific nation played a strategic role during WWII and she still has the scars…and wrecks…to prove it.

  • Descending S01 E11 - The Great Lakes

    For centuries, the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Great Lakes have shaped the story of Canada.  The team takes a trip through history and visits the world’s best collection of freshwater shipwrecks to discover what makes this water so great.

  • Descending S01 E12 - The Four Kings

    In Indonesia, Scott and Ellis experience Raja Ampat – a reserve rich in beauty, diversity and culture.  Ellis befriends a local Papuan who teaches him to fish like a local and the divers have a close encounter with Giant Manta Rays.  A terrifying accident shakes the confidence of the team.

  • Descending S01 E13 - Vanuatu

    Following his accident, Scott finds the strength to dive again.  In Indonesia’s Lembeh Strait, the mission is to film as many strange creatures as they can find.  The team concludes their year-long journey on the remote island of Vanuatu to dive one of the greatest shipwrecks in the world and reflect on their underwater adventures.

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