Jeff Goldblum's enjoying a much-deserved career renaissance at the moment, thanks in part to his turns in the likes of 'Thor: Ragnarok', 'Hotel Artemis' and 'Isle Of Dogs'.

So, instead of resting on his undoubtedly elegant laurels, Goldblum's turned his hand to a number of side-projects, one of which includes a jazz album with Liberties native Imelda May singing a tune or two. Another side-project, one announced this weekend, just so happens to be a documentary series - about everyday items like coffee, toilet paper and baseballs.

Yeah. Titled 'The Curiosity Of Jeff Goldblum', the series will find the actor investigating the extraordinary origins of the ordinary items you take for granted on a daily basis. The series will run on National Geographic. In a statement released to press, NatGeo Global Networks' CEO Courtney Monroe explained that the "series is the perfect platform for Jeff to use his uniquely infectious and approachable charm to take viewers on an unexpected and surprising journey."

Incredible stuff. Jeff Goldblum telling you about how toilet paper is made. What a world we live. The twelve-part television series will run on National Geographic, likely in 2019.

Speaking of everyday items, here's the best advertisement ever made for a light bulb - starring Jeff Goldblum.