Below Deck Down Under Trailer Reveals Breathtaking Australian Journey

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Reality TV fan favorite, Under the bridge is setting sail for the land of the Great Barrier Reef and to celebrate, they’ve released a brand new trailer. Casting shrimp on the barby and hoping to see tropical fish, the luxury vessel will be heading to Australia in the new series, Under the bridge below. Join faces old and new when the series lands on Peacock on March 17 with the first three episodes available to binge on the doorstep.

A much-talked-about franchise among fans and critics, the Emmy-nominated Under the bridge gives viewers a glimpse into what goes on behind a million dollar vacation on awe-inspiring yachts. Focusing on the interpersonal relationships of the crew, the maritime series focuses on the day-to-day drama of the team. Premiering in 2013, the show’s popularity earned it three spin-offs, including Under the Mediterranean Bridge, Sailboat under the bridgeand now, Under the bridge below.

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The trailer lets viewers know they can expect more of the same drama and romance the original series is known for. In it, we’re introduced to the cast of characters, including the franchise’s youngest captain, Jason Chambers. Pleasant to watch, the new captain is already making waves with some of his employees on board. The trailer also reveals the return of a favorite Under the Mediterranean Bridge cast and crew member, Aesha Scott now as Chief Stew – meaning she will be in charge of the staff who serve the ship’s guests. Bringing dramas from all corners of the world, the ship’s crew hail from Australia, South Africa, Poland and the United States. The rest of the crew includes Ryan McKeown, Tumi Mhlongo, Magda Ziomek, Jamie Sayed, Culver Bradbury, Brittini Burtonand Benny Crawley.



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Following its 2020 launch, Peacock gave subscribers a new way to view some of their favorite Bravo shows, including The Real Housewives franchisees and Under the bridge. In some cases, like Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip and Under the bridge below, fans will only be able to stream the content on Peacock as it will not stream on Bravo. It’s a wonderful marketing tool for the streaming service to gain a slew of subscribers desperate for more of the best in reality TV.

Check out the trailer for Under the bridge below below with the synopsis for the new series.

Here is the synopsis:

Set against the stunning backdrop of the tropical Whitsunday Islands and the famous Great Barrier Reef in northeastern Australia, the Peacock Original series UNDER THE BRIDGE UNDER explores the complex and often explosive dynamics of crew and a rotating group of discerning charter guests on M/Y Thalassa. This season, Captain Jason Chambers is joined by a familiar, fan-favorite face Aesha Scott as Chief Stew, with newcomers Chef Ryan McKeown and boatswain Jamie Sayed. Stews Tumi Mhlongo and Magda Ziomek are also on board with the sailorsCulver Bradbury, Brittini Burton, and Benny Crawley. Setting the tone for the entire crew, the charming young new captain has a hands-on approach to leadership and will do whatever it takes to ensure guests have an unforgettable vacation, including fascinating underwater excursions like scuba diving, snorkeling and some close encounters with marine life. Although the onboard dynamics are initially smooth, a host of issues arise when the chef immediately goes out of sync with the stew chef. The deck team also runs into rough waters when the bosun’s hard-line management style is challenged by a free-spirited team member who has an aversion to rules. Meanwhile, inside, Chief Stew Aesha learns the hard way that not everyone on her team will be motivated by her work-first-friend mentality. Between charters, yachtsmen let off steam taking full advantage of Australia’s world-famous nightlife, where drama, surprising flirtations and wild adventures warm up their well-deserved nights.


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