Travel Channel seems to show ten year old versions of that kind of show.Not sure how a show that hasn't been released yet can be "dated" but OK.
Something tells me you just don't want to have to pay for D+ in order to watch it
Agreed. I would like to get to know actual Imagineers and not have 6 episodes of marketing fluff. Heck, I was just excited when the guy was showing the inside of the Matterhorn, so that kind of access sounds fun. Its what I watch and think about when I am at the parks. As much fun as the rides and entertainment are, I love watching the cast members doing their thing.I’ll be watching it. I just hope there is some substance and it’s not an over produced fluff piece.
I was about to respond with, "So was everything on the Travel Channel" when you responded with...It's just another form of advertising on a service you have to pay for.
LOL Funny how without realizing it how you covered that. What's really scary is how many of those old programs on the Travel Channel I recorded onto VHS tape over the years.Those kind of shows are always fun to watch on the Travel Channel. It makes me laugh to see how dated it is.
This one is obviously new. They walk through parts of ROTR and show the Beast from the BatB ride in Tokyo.Behind the Scenes of Disney Parks has already been shown on various cable networks. This could just be a repackaging of an already aired show. If it's an original show, then it's even better. Those shows seem to stop at Tower of Terror and Dinosaur attractions. Nothing new since then.
He's in the new show.After following along Joe Rohde's Instagram for around a year, they should just give that guy his own Disney+ show. Talk about art history and the types of works and artists different rides/attractions/pavilions pull from to create their look. He did a great couple posts on the type of art used for EE and how it was adapted and changed to fit the lore of the ride, yet still respect the culture it came from.