Where to Watch Hello World
Below you'll find every episode from the first season of Hello World.
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Season 1Amazon Prime | Hulu
S01 E01Oct 5, 2016
New Zealand Join Ashlee Vance on a journey from Auckland to Wellington. Along the way we learn about how tech developed among a people who lived far apart from the rest of the world and each other. We experience first hand New Zealand's can do spirit.
S01 E02Apr 27, 2016
Sweden Hold on to your H&M cardigans! The world's funkiest tech and travel show hits Sweden. Tune in as host, Ashlee Vance, travels from Stockholm to Luleå, discovering how the Swedes got so good at making the things the whole world loves.
S01 E03May 26, 2016
Israel Ashlee Vance explores how Israel has evolved into a tech giant borne out of defense. He travels across this Startup Nation and gets up close with the Iron Dome, a Star Trek-inspired spectrometer, and a mini space laboratory.
S01 E04Jun 22, 2016
Iceland On this episode of Hello World, we dive into Iceland's tech scene, with a special focus on how the country's land and history have shaped its innovations. We take a look at IceWind's new low-cost, super-durable wind turbines.
S01 E05Jul 27, 2016
Mojave On this episode of Hello World, Ashlee Vance camps out in the Mojave Desert, where a breed of wild inventors have created a playground to push custom-created cars and spaceships to their limits.
S01 E06Jan 1, 2016
Australia On this episode of Hello World, Ashlee Vance visits his ancestral homeland of Australia, where polyamorous biohackers, Internet playboys, underwater drones and giant robotic dinosaurs are reigniting a long-dormant tech industry.
S01 E07Jan 1, 2016
United Kingdom In this episode of Hello World, Bloomberg's Ashlee Vance heads to England to find out how the country is fighting to inject new life into its technology industry. Vance hangs out with learned cows and artificial intelligence whizzes, bikes past Newton's famed apple tree (at least a replica of it), and goes punting with the inventor of the Raspberry Pi computer.