The new ’90s TV show that can teach georgeia to the rest of the world
The new “90s” TV show from Netflix that can “teach georgeian to the other half of the planet” is making waves in its native land of New Zealand.
The series is titled “The Geography of Your Mind,” and it will be premiering on Netflix next month.
Netflix’s announcement of the series comes after the New Zealand government decided to ban all non-European languages from schools in the country.
In a statement, the New Labour government said it “categorically rejects” the decision.
The show will feature an English-language version of the show and a new Japanese-language episode that is also set in New Zealand’s capital, Wellington.
“It’s like ‘Geocaching,'” said “The Real Gia,” an English version of “The Gia” that will be a feature in the Netflix release.
The new series is based on a popular book of the same name.
In “The Politics of Geography,” the author, professor of political science at the University of Canterbury, explains the political implications of geologic history and the world we live in.
The first episode is titled, “Geology 101,” and is a look at how geology and politics are intertwined.
The episode features “Aussie Geologist” and geologist and professor of geology at the National University of Singapore, Dr. James Dickson, who is a prominent figure in the Australian National University (ANU).
“Geological exploration is the bedrock of our civilization and the foundation of our understanding of the universe,” Dr. Dickson said in a statement.
“The new show explores the political and cultural impact of geodetic information on a broad range of topics from the environment to the health of our nation’s health.”
The show, which is slated to premiere on Netflix on September 26, will also feature the voices of actors from “The Good Wife” and “Homeland.”