Introduction: Get ready for a wild ride! Ryan Reynolds, the beloved actor and producer, is teaming up with National Geographic to bring us a brand new TV series about animal history from an entirely unique perspective. Titled Underdogs, the series will explore the fascinating lives of nature’s most overlooked heroes and will be narrated by none other than Reynolds himself. So prepare to laugh, learn, and be amazed as we take a closer look at the good, the bad, and the downright ugly of the animal kingdom with Ryan Reynolds as our guide.
Living with Ryan Reynolds is a certified laugh-fest. And it looks like we’ll experience it again firsthand in a wider range of nature. National Geographic has apparently endorsed Reynolds’ Underdogs series, a brand new TV series about animal history from a completely new perspective. And guess what? A mercenary with a mouth will not only produce this, but also be an omnipresent narrator! Yes, it will definitely be a fascinating experience.
Please step aside little penguins, UNDERDOGS finally shines the spotlight on nature’s overlooked heroes and reveals the good, the bad and the downright ugly. The series of 10 parts with @VancityReynolds coming to National Geographic in 2025 pic.twitter.com/o0VPHch7H5
— National Geographic TV (@NatGeoTV) January 13, 2023
Soon to become the father of the fourth child, the mercenary Deadpool gave us enough advice on parenting and family education in the wittiest form. But now Green Lantern will expand its possibilities by exploring complex methods of training nature’s unique creatures, celebrating and protecting the unpredictable behavior of little-known animal heroes. Here’s everything you’d want to know about it.
Ryan Reynolds tells the story of nature’s “losers”, adding his own shades of humor and wit.
According to the official teaser released by National Geographic on Friday, the series will tell the story of the guardians of nature from a unique perspective. It will bring out the good, the bad and the ugly in these underrated superstars. From their unique courtship rituals to remarkable hygiene choices and more; the energetic actor is already “having a lot of fun trying to give animal docs a new voice.”
There is a species of Canada badger that feeds solely on Saskatoon berry pie. This is of course not true by any means, but if it were, we’d be documenting them on Underdogs. @NatGeoTV 2025 pic.twitter.com/ZnJfcOes9p
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) January 13, 2023
He also said that his co-producer of Wildstar films has all the modern technology and expertise to cover Nat Geo’s heavy budget. According to Deadline, Maximum Effort is also co-producing the series. Wildstar’s Dan Rees said in a statement that working alongside Reynolds means humor awaits you in every sentence. In general, the Canadian actor should land right in the heart of nature after his long-awaited superhero film, drawing attention to the little-studied inhabitants of our planet and reinforcing it with laughter that causes stomach aches.
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