Randall Carlson promoted Netflix's Ancient Apocalypse on Joe Roagn as a producer. The Netflix hit docuseries Ancient Apocalypse is now streaming on Netflix with its eight episodes.
The story of the series is based on the adventurous journalist Graham Hancock, who travels the world to search for proof of the lost civilizations.
Streamed on November 11, 2022, on the Netflix platform, the production company of the series is ITN Productions, whereas the distributor is Netflix worldwide.
The series is filmed in different countries and locations, including Indonesia, Mexico, Turkey, Malta, Ohia, and so on, as the journalist Graham visits different archeological sites across the globe and investigates if the civilization is far more advance in thousands of years than today.
The main cast of the series, Graham Hancock, went to the podcast host, Joe Rogan with Randall Carlson for the promotion of the series on 'The Joe Rogan Experience.'
Randall Carlson On Netflix's Ancient Apocalypse
Randall Carlson, with Joe Rogan, promoted the Netflix series Ancient Apocalypse', documented by Graham Hancock. Randall did not appear in the whole series.
The 71-years Randall Carlson is renowned for being the host of the podcast 'Kosmographia'. He gained further attention after he starred on 'The Joe Rogan Experience' podcast.
Randall Carlson is a geomythologist, podcast host, and producer from Seattle, USA. Born on March 26, 1951, Randall Carlson was raised in a well-educated family.
During his career timeline, Randall has worked on many significant projects, and he is well-recognized for his work with the Association of Science Teachers.
The geomythologist also has a YouTube channel, 'The Randall Carlson, ' which has over 139K subscribers at the time of writing. He also owns his own website 'www.randallcarlson.com.'
Carlson is a traveler, and he loves to explore and visit new places all around the world. He appeared on 'The Joe Rogan Experience' podcast on his 606th episode. The episode was launched on 3rd February 2015.
Also, he has written books like 21st Century Supercarrier and The Information Superhighway: Strategic Alliances in Telecommunications and Multimedia.
Graham Hancock and Randall Carlson Have Been Friends For A Long Time
Randall Carlson and Graham Hancock are long-term friends, and they have been working together for many years.
Randall, along with Graham Hancock, has been featured on 'The Joe Rogan Experience' podcast for few times over the years, together and separately. They explained their well-documented theory about Atlantis.
Joe Rogan, Randall Carlson, and Graham Hancock also started the podcast by talking about comets and current comet research.
Recently, the Youtube channel, 'PowerfulJRE' published the video entitled "Randall Carlson & Graham Hancock on Lost Technology and the Great Pyramids." The video lasts for 14 minutes and 47 seconds. In the video, Randall and Graham expressed their opinion regarding the ancient civilization to the commentator, Joe Regan.
In 2015, the podcast episode 'Graham Hancock & Randall Carlson' was released by Joe Rogan. The runtime of the episode is 3 hours and 1 minute.
Graham Hancock can also be seen on the show accompanied by Randall Carlson. They enjoys each other's company, and they spend to enjoy their time together.
Who Is Graham Hancock?
The 72-years Graham Hancock is a journalist and author who is renowned for his research on human civilization.
As an author, he has published 16 books to date. Some of his books entitled 'America Before: The Key to Earth’s Lost Civilization,' 'Magicians of the Gods: The Forgotten Wisdom of Earth's Lost Civilisation' (2015), 'War God: Nights of the Witch' (2013), 'Supernatural: Meeting with the Ancient Teachers of Mankind' (2005) and more.
He assumes that due to the prehistoric progenitor civilization, there is the rise of the ancient culture of Egypt, Mesoamerican, and Mesopotamia.
Ancient Apocalypse On Netflix
The Netflix docuseries Ancient Apocalypse premiered on November 11, 2022. In the series, Graham Hancock travels across the globe to discover old civilizations.
The series involves Graham's controversial theory that the global cataclysm wiped out global civilization thousands of years ago.
The history series 'Ancient Apocalypse' has eight episodes in total. The whole series sees Graham Hancock roaming the archeological sites around the world to find out evidence of lost civilizations. Let's explore shortly about the episodes one by one.
EP 1 - Once There Was a Flood
The episode starts with Graham Hancock, who visits Gunung Padang (Indonesia) to investigate a megalithic pyramid.
EP 2 - Stranger in a Time of Chaos
The second one starts with the journalist examining the world's largest pyramid.
EP 3 - Sirius Rising
Likewise, in the third episode of the series, Graham finds a pattern that is likely to link with the temples of Malta.
EP 4 - Ghosts of a Drowned World
The episode explains the investigation of the Bimini rock formation off the coast of Miami.
EP 5- Legacy of the Sages
Graham, in the fifth episode, questions how the advance structure could have been built at Gobekli Tepe.
EP 6 - America's Lost Civilization
The sixth episode shows Graham visiting ancient mounds in North America.
EP 7 - A Fatal Winter
In this episode, the journalist return to Turkey, where he explores Derinkuyu.
EP 8 - Cataclysm and Rebirth
In the final episode, Graham Hancock visualizes an apocalyptic event that may change the Earth.
You can easily watch and download these full episodes of the series on Netflix. The length of each episode is around 30 minutes, and the overall series length is 251 minutes or 4 hours 18 minutes. The site, IMDB, has rated 7.9 stars out of 10.
The main cast of the series are:
- Graham Hancock
- Joe Rogan
- Danny Hilman Natawidjaja
- Ali Akbar
- Geoffrey McCafferty
The official synopsis for the series teases, “What if everything we know about prehistoric humans is wrong? Journalist Graham Hancock visits archaeological sites around the world to uncover whether a civilization far more advanced than we ever believed possible existed thousands of years ago."