Down To Earth Season 2: Zac Efron And Brother Dylan Swim With Dolphins For Netflix Series
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Zac Efron's Netflix series, Down To Earth, was popular for many reasons. It highlighted important environmental changes we can all make as a society, it showed us breath-taking glimpses of countries and their cultures... oh, and there were hunky topless shots to boot.
That's why we were thrilled to see that the second season of the travel documentary is currently filming Down Under - and it looks like there is more content of Zac in his swimming shorts. Thank you, lord.
Believe it or not, the six-pack content isn't even the most magical part of what's in store, as Zac, 33, and his brother Dylan Efron recently shared footage of themselves swimming with wild dolphins while working on the show in Australia.
"Up close and personal," Zac wrote alongside his video, as he shared a clip of himself scuba diving under water, right alongside the wild creatures in the sea.
Dylan added a similar clip on his own Instagram story, showing a pod of dolphins swimming alongside a boat they were on.
"I don't know who was more excited, me or the dolphins. @southaustralia #seesouthaustralia," he wrote as he posted the video. He later shared another video of the dolphins on his Instagram story, also tagging Zac's show.
While we don't know much about the new series of Down To Earth, the High School Musical star recently teased that some of the season would be filmed in Australia, after sharing a snap alongside wellness expert Darin Olien during a Welcome To Country ceremony, which was lead by an Aboriginal Elder.
Zac - who relocated to the country last year - is currently filming the series, alongside his brother Dylan, who recently revealed is working as a producer.
The show has previously seen Zac visit countries like Iceland, Costa Rica, France, London, Sardinia, Lima, Puerto Rico, and Iquitos, Peru.
The next season isn't set to premiere until 2022. We'll update you as soon as we know more.