Science Channel’s Emmy-nominated Through the Wormhole has broken ratings records during it’s fifth season, and now Morgan Freeman takes on the possibility of zombies and what they could potentially mean for humanity.
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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NASA’s Voyager 1 is about to leave the heliosheath and the solar system, Snow Crash going into development again from Paramount, Game of Thrones S1 DVD will be edited to remove a prop George Bush severed head; Brent Spiner joins Warehouse 13 this season; Lucas Till wants Havoc to hook up with Polaris in future X-Men films
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.
Welcome to the mid-week installment of Slice of SciFi! We’ve got a great interview with Josh Berkley, executive producer for Oddities. Find out more about some of the unique items that will be on the show as it enters its third season.
And, of course, we have the latest news including a great new way to spend 55 seconds while answering the call of nature. We’ve also got a preview of some exciting new things coming to Slice in 2012!
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.
“Firefly” will dominate the airwaves every Sunday with an encore episode of the previous week airing 9pm ET to be followed by the network premiere of the next episode in the series airing at 10pm ET.
As a special treat for “Firefly” fans, star of Science Channel’s “Sci-Fi Science,” and the cofounder of string field theory, Dr. Michio Kaku, will be commentating on the science behind “Firefly” for each episode. From terraforming, to anti-matter, Kaku will be explaining why the science fiction featured in the show really isn’t that far from science fact.