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Shipwreck Secrets

SERIES KICKS OFF WITH TWO-HOUR SPECIAL ON SUNDAY, FEBRUAR...

(New York) – Since the SS Cotopaxi disappeared in 1925, it has become one of the most famous stories associated with the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle. On November 29, 1925 the steam powered bulk carrier set off on a standard trip from Charleston, South Carolina to Havana, Cuba. No one knows where or how it va...


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Curse of the Bermuda Triangle

MYSTERY AT SEA: NEW SCIENCE CHANNEL SERIES CURSE OF THE B...

(New York) – The Bermuda Triangle is home to some of the most fascinating unsolved mysteries on Earth. This remote territory in the Atlantic Ocean has been the subject of notoriety and legend as countless ships, planes and human lives have been lost in its waters. Its reputation for odd disappearances and bizarr...

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What On Earth?

RETURNS FOR AN ALL-NEW SEASON JANUARY 9 ON SCIENCE CHANNEL

(New York) – More than 4,000 satellites orbiting the planet every day are capturing new, baffling phenomena that seem to defy all explanation.  Mind-boggling structures, geographical wonders, lost civilizations, space-age weaponry, megaswarms of predators – all puzzling oddities... until now. The new...

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Richard Hammond's Big

RICHARD HAMMOND IS ON THE QUEST FOR THE NEXT ‘BIG’ THING...

(NEW YORK) – Award-winning British car aficionado, presenter and host, Richard Hammond, is steering his way over to Science Channel for an epic new 9-part series, Richard Hammond’s BIG, premiering Wednesday, February 12 at 10 p.m. Buckle up as Hammond once again takes viewers on the ride of their lives to ...

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Impossible Engineering

DREAM BIG WITH NEW SEASON OF IMPOSSIBLE ENGINEERING PREM...

    (NEW YORK) – It's easy to take for granted the extraordinary structures, public works and architectural wonders in our everyday lives, but they are indeed remarkable feats of human ingenuity and 21st century technology. As we ring in a new decade and look to the future, Science Channel&rsquo...

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LOST KINGDOM OF THE BLACK PHARAOHS

PREMIERING SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1 AT 9PM

(NEW YORK) – A late dynasty of Ancient Egypt that ruled for 100 years beginning in 744 B.C was led by pharaohs including Piye, Shabaqo, and Taharqa, who won battles, powered the last great pyramid building boom, and gave the Egyptian empire its final golden age. Many scholars believed that these powerful pharaoh...

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Engineering Catastrophes

PREMIERES OCTOBER 2 ON SCIENCE CHANNEL

(New York) –With big engineering, the devil is in the details. Even with proper plans in place, the numbers checked and checked again, mayhem can ensue. Whether it’s a skyscraper snafu in Chicago, or a demolition in Denmark gone awry, ENGINEERING CATASTROPHES investigates the mind-boggling mistakes and m...

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Hurricane Man

Premiering Tuesday, June 18 at 10PM ET/PT

(NEW YORK) – Considered among the most terrifying and destructive natural occurrences on the planet, most people don’t go out of their way to put themselves in the center of a storm’s path. Most people, however, aren’t Josh Morgerman, the subject of a new eight-episode Science Channel seri...

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Savage Builds

ADAM SAVAGE TO GO BIGGER AND BADDER IN NEW SCIENCE CHANNE...

(NEW YORK) – Putting his insatiable curiosity and nearly unparalleled inventiveness to the test, Adam Savage will take on the biggest and baddest builds of his career in a new eight-episode series premiering in June on Science Channel and airing on Discovery. Whether it’s a 3-D printed titanium suit of arm...

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Egypt's Unexplained Files

Two-Hour Season Premiere Airs Sunday, April 14 at 8pm

Despite being one of the most studied civilizations, rich in history, culture, science and art, much of Ancient Egypt remains a great mystery. Many modern-day customs and technologies have their roots in Ancient Egypt, yet the details about their way of life remain a mystery. In a new Science Channel series, EGYPT&rsq...

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Skyscrapers: Engineering the Future

SCIENCE CHANNEL GOES SKY HIGH WITH SKYSCRAPERS: ENGINEERI...

From Willis Tower to One World Trade Center, skyscrapers are emblematic of the world’s great cities. Since their beginnings in the late 19th century, these tall towers have constantly evolved as architects and structural engineers pushed the boundaries of what’s possible. The new Science Channel series, SK...

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The Unexplained Files

UNCOVERING SECRETS OF ANCIENT EGYPT WITH NEW TECHNOLOGY I...

Despite being one of the most studied civilizations, rich in history, culture, science and art, much of Ancient Egypt remains a great mystery. Many modern-day customs and technologies have their roots in Ancient Egypt, yet the details about their way of life remain a mystery. In a new Science Channel series, EGYPT&rsq...

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Einstein and Hawking: Unlocking ...

PREMIERING SUNDAY, MARCH 10 AT 8PM

Science Channel will commemorate the one-year anniversary of the passing of one the greatest scientific minds the world has ever known, theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, with a two-hour special that explores his connection to Albert Einstein, and their enormous influence on our understanding of the Universe. Eins...