Today Show meteorologist Dylan Dreyer marked a big career milestone on April 26. She reached the 100-episode milestone. Earth OdysseyDreyer is currently starring in, a documentary series that takes the actress to exotic locations around the globe. Dreyer, aged 40, recently retired. Weekend TodayHowever, it is still hosts TodayThe third hour of Craig Melvin, Sheinelle James, and Al Roker.
“More than 100 episodes in the can…that means I just wrapped my 500th [Earth Odyssey] segment,” Dreyer wrote on April 26. “Thank you [Chelsea Micinski] for the delicious cupcakes (and for doing the math!!) I absolutely love working with this crew…like a well-oiled machine! Couldn’t have made it this far without you all!”
Dreyer also included a photo of Dreyer holding cupcakes made for her by Chelsea Micinski, production manager, and another image of the entire event. Earth Odyssey crew. Micinski also posted the same images on her own Instagram. Addition, “Yesterday we celebrated [Dreyer] filming her 500th segment for [Earth Odyssey]! The peacock couldn’t look away from his own reflection in the mirror long enough for the group photo.”
Dreyer’s post attracted thousands of comments from her fans and famous colleagues. “Love it,” Good Morning AmericaGinger Zee is a meteorologist. “Hearty congratulations to you and the entire team,”One fan commented. “Love watching Earth Odyssey! You’re great at narrating it,”Another wrote.
Earth Odyssey Is it a Half-hour Show that takes Dreyer and her viewers to new and exotic destinations each week. In each segment, viewers also get to meet exotic animals and learn about nature. The series is broadcast on Saturdays by NBC. It can also be streamed live on NBC.com/Peacock.
Dreyer announced in January she would no longer be appearing on the weekend edition of Today Spend more time with her families. She will continue hosting TodayThe third hour of the week. Dreyer and Brian Fichera welcomed Russell James in September, six weeks before their due date. They are also the parents of Calvin, 5, and Oliver 2.
“It’s really bittersweet to step away. I want to say thank you to everyone at weekend Today who actually gave me a chance on the show,”Dreyer claimed in January that reports USA Today. “I really don’t want to step away but I don’t think I can do six days a week anymore.”Dreyer answered a question about what she would do on a Saturday that isn’t work and said she was looking forward getting up. “at her own pace.”Dreyer was a member of Today After leaving WHDH Boston in 2012, the team has been working together since then.