Man Vs. The Universe is an epic three-part miniseries from Science Channel and Revelations Entertainment, the producers of the critically acclaimed, Emmy-Award nominated series Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman that unveils an unprecedented era of space exploration happening right now.
One serious big ass Meteor hit the Moon, so Geoff Notkin of Meteorite Men on Science Channel gives the headlines and NASA shows us what happened! Wonder how Star Trek science really works – we’ll show you, Martian Rover Makes Milage Milestone, ZombieChannel.com says Amazon dropped Zombieland because you said so, and will the Game of Thrones tv show finish the story before the books are written?
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Interview: Debbie Myers, GM of Discovery Science, talks about the new shows coming up: season 2 of “Through the Wormhole” hosted by Morgan Freeman, season 2 of “Dark Matters” hosted by John Noble, 2 spinoffs of “Oddities”, and she also breaks great news: Science Channel will begin airing Fringe during Punkin Chunkin Week!
Today we’re talking to Geoff Notkin and Steven Arnold, better known as The Meteorite Men! Find out all about the third season of one of our favorite shows. It’s currently airing on the Science Channel.
Considered the “Super Bowl of Rocketry,” LDRS (as it’s known to insiders) is the U.S.’ largest competitive rocket launching event drawing rocket enthusiasts and competitors from as far away as Australia. In this second annual world premiere special, SCIENCE takes viewers inside the competition to witness the personalities, rivalries, and backyard genius that makes LDRS such a blast to watch.
Netflix is expanding its digital content offerings thanks to a new deal with Discovery Communications. The flagship channel as well as TLC, Animal Planet, Investigation Discovery and Science and Military channels are included in the deal encompassing such popular series including as Man vs. Wild, Sister Wives and River Monsters. It does not include content […]
This week, we’ve got a great conversation with the Science Channel’s Debbie Myers for your enjoyment. Debbie Myers is general manager of Science Channel, and leads the development, production, scheduling, research, marketing and communications efforts for Science Channel.
She’s come to talk about a lot of great shows that are currently running or getting ready to debut on one of our favorite cable outlets.