During this weeks Disney Upfront event in New York, National Geographic Global Television Networks President Courteney Monroe revealed details on the third season of DRAIN THE OCEANS.

A global hit franchise, the series reveals the full scope of the shipwrecks, treasure, sunken cities, geology and technology at play on the floor of lakes, seas and oceans around the world, solving underwater riddles that have mystified generations. Ghostly shapes beneath the waves are exposed in all their stunning glory, as the water is removed from the picture to tell stories that explain natural wonders and man-made catastrophes.

Combining the latest scientific data from underwater scanning systems with state-of-the-art digital recreations, this series crisscrosses the globe in search of slaves, pirates, American revolutionaries, heroic explorers, ancient cultures and world-changing battles; and it delves deep into the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the icy waters of the Baltic, the terrifying icescapes of the Arctic, the shoreline of one of America’s premier cities, the mysterious Nile delta, and the underwater graveyards of the American Civil War in its quest for answers.


The series will be returning to National Geographic in March 2020 with 10 new episodes.   It was revealed at last months Disney Investor Day event that Drain The Oceans will be available on Disney+, so expect to see the third season on the new streaming platform as well.

Are you excited for the third season of Drain the Oceans?












Roger Palmer

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  1. Salvatore J Polizzi November 18, 2019

    I sign-up for a trial and have no information on how to get on the Disney + site

  2. Dwayne Day June 26, 2020

    I cannot find the Drain the Oceans, season 3 on the National Geographic site on the Disney Plus. I attempted this on 25 June 2020. Where is it?

    1. Roger Palmer June 26, 2020

      New shows won't be on Disney+ until they've finished their initial run on the National Geographic channel

      1. Julia C. July 4, 2020

        So sad this is not ready to watch yet....