Drain the Oceans


Drain The Oceans is an Australian and British documentary television series that premiered on 28 May 2018 on National Geographic. The 21-part factual series is hosted by Craig Sechler, and explores shipwrecks, treasure and sunken cities using underwater scanning system, scientific data, and art digital recreations. Andrew Ogilvie from Electric Pictures and Crispin Sadler from Mallinson Sadler Productions produced the series for National Geographic. Drain The Oceans was preceded by similar National Geographic productions: Drain the Great Lakes, Drain the Titanic and Drain the Bermuda Triangle.
  • Aaron Walter Burgett
  • Adolf Hitler
  • Alan Orpin
  • Alfredo Etchegaray

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  • Episode 1
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    Maritime archaeologists and historians go in search of the crucial component in the trans-Atlantic slave trade: the slave ship, which transported over 12 million Africans who were sold and forced to work in the New World. By draining we reveal the cruel technology on board, see the horrific condi...

  • Episode 2
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    Using the latest sonar technology, a high-tech expedition maps Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean to reveal the world’s only nuclear battlefield. The survey tells the story of the U.S. atomic experiments and the warships they destroyed, including a submarine and a mighty aircraft carrier. This is ...

  • Episode 3
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    There may be as many as 100,000 vessels lying on the floor of the Baltic Sea, but perhaps the most spectacular of those is the battleship Mars, which vanished over 450 years ago on its second day at sea. Shrouded in legend, this ship has recently been discovered off the coast of Sweden and is pro...

  • Episode 4
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    We drain away the waters of the Mediterranean to reveal, in all its former glory, an ancient Egyptian city that mysteriously disappeared in the second century B.C. Cutting-edge technology and archeological data unravel the mystery behind its extraordinary rise to international fame — and the terr...

  • Episode 5
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    In summer 1940, Adolf Hitler had just conquered France, and only 20 miles of sea separated him from his next target: Great Britain. The mighty Luftwaffe was sent to bomb Britain into submission, destroy the Royal Air Force and set the stage for seaborne invasion. Now, we uncover the wrecks of pla...

  • Episode 6
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    Of all the seas in all the world, the Caribbean is the most famous for pirates. Uncovering long-lost shipwrecks reveals the true story of their exploits — from Henry Morgan’s daring raid on the Spanish Main to the final weeks of the legendary Blackbeard — and tells us how the Caribbean’s unique p...

  • Episode 7
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    In lakes and rivers of the modern United States, teams of explorers are discovering forgotten shipwrecks from the American Revolution. By combing their data with cutting-edge computer graphics, the water is drained away to reveal these ships after 240 years of submersion. This modern investigatio...

  • Episode 8
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    The American Civil War stretched far beyond the battlefield, into American rivers, along coastlines and out into the world’s oceans. Maritime archaeologists and historians go in search of submerged evidence of the Civil War’s forgotten battlegrounds. Scientific data combines with computer graphic...

  • Episode 9
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    A hi-tech underwater scan reveals a tragic WWII ship sunk at sea. The wreckage from one of Hitler’s U-boats continues to leave a poisonous Nazi legacy behind. Japan turns to desperate measures as kamikaze pilots attack the U.S. Navy. The American military, determined to win the Pacific War, rushe...

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