"OUTRAGEOUS ACTS OF SCIENCE" RETURNS TO SCIENCE CHANNEL FOR AN ALL NEW SEASON OCTOBER 26 AT 9PM
Science Channel's OUTRAGEOUS ACTS OF SCIENCE, featuring out-of-this-world viral videos and a team of experts revealing the science behind the stunts, returns for a new season Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 10PM. The all-new episodes show mind-blowing displays of science in action while counting down the week's Top 20 videos.
The real-life scientists who uncover the principles behind the backyard experiments this season include astrophysicist Hakeem Oluseyi, physicist Debbie Berebichez, robotics engineer Eric Gradman, molecular biologist Adam Ruben, materials chemist Sujata Kundu, nuclear chemist Alistair Linsell, biologist Carin Bondar, mathematician Matt Parker and engineer Mike North, among others.
"Each episode features popular videos that showcase human ingenuity and occasionally flat out insanity as our team breaks down the science behind each experiment to take everything you thought you knew about science and turn it inside out," said Wyatt Channell, executive producer of OUTRAGEOUS ACTS OF SCIENCE.
In the premiere episode, "Power Hungry", the featured clips include a whip cracking amateur looking to beat a word record, an explosive keg that becomes a beer fountain and ice swords that splice gourds.
OUTRAGEOUS ACTS OF SCIENCE is produced for Science Channel by October Films. For October Films, the executive producers are Denman Rooke and Gareth Cornick. For Science Channel Wyatt Channell is executive producer.