Disney has announced that the new original Mexican series, “Journey To The Center Of The Earth,” aka “Viaje al centro de la Tierra”, will be coming to Disney+ in the United Kingdom and Ireland on Wednesday 5th April 2023. All eight 30-minute episodes will be released at once.

Made entirely in Mexico by TIS (formerly Estudios TeleMéxico), and inspired by Jules Verne’s famous book of the same name

Diego dreams of having his video game achievements turned into real-life explorations. He is a creative and curious kid, an inventor and the leader of his group of friends. Diego is spending the summer with his friends at the camp run by Pompilio Calderón, an eccentric and well-known explorer. There they find a medallion that belonged to Pola, Diego’s grandmother. Following in her footsteps, they will discover some ruins and a mysterious portal to “The Verne Dimension”, a parallel universe that symbolizes what our planet could have been were it not for the destructive greed of mankind. They experience incredible adventures in their quest to help Pola balance both dimensions and save the planet from disaster.

Directed by José Manuel Craviotto , Journey to the Center of the Earth has an impressive scale of production, which includes the use of special effects in natural settings and recreated on green screen sets hand in hand with innovative technological resources. In addition, puppeteers and stuntmen participate, flying bicycles, physically and virtually built monsters, costumes and outstanding makeup appear.

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