This weekly travel series takes young people on incredible journeys around the world -- without having to leave the comfort of a living room couch. The team of teenage correspondents visits locations in the United States and abroad to exhibit the beauty of nature and the people who inhabit each destination. Whether it's snowboarding down the Alps, visiting a Costa Rican rain forest, or taking a walking tour of Old San Juan in Puerto Rico, Awesome Adventures provides visual experiences of varied activities. But the show isn't just about having fun, it also seeks to educate its viewers.

Awesome Adventures - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1998-04-13

Awesome Adventures - Dontnod Entertainment - Netflix

Don't Nod Entertainment SA (trade name: Dontnod Entertainment, stylised as DONTИOD) is a French video game developer based in Paris. Founded in June 2008, it started development on the action-adventure Remember Me (2013). Because of its poor return on investment, Dontnod resolved its financial situation with recourse to public funding to subsidise the graphic adventure Life Is Strange (2015). Momentum gained from its successful release was allocated to focus on the action role-playing game Vampyr (2018), Life Is Strange spin-off The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit (2018), Life Is Strange 2 (2018), and adventure game Twin Mirror (2019).

Awesome Adventures - Philosophy - Netflix

CEO Oskar Guilbert said in April 2016 that the studio had cast off the ambition of making triple A games and would only see themselves devoted to independent projects, in particular original, narrative-driven intellectual properties, which narrative director Stéphane Beauverger agreed was “part of Dontnod's DNA”. The company's guiding principle is to reinvent itself with every game. For the sake of maintaining the motivation of players and publishers, the production cycle since releasing the five-year commitment Remember Me was reduced to two and a half or three years. In 2018, Guilbert said the company would pursue a co-production strategy with future publishers, as was done for Vampyr, limiting their part to forty percent. On occasion, what the studio calls “Dontnod Days” are maintained for unsupervised work related to ongoing projects where employees may design of their own volition.

Awesome Adventures - References - Netflix