[03/02/21 - 12:34 PM] discovery+ and Science Channel Explore All Things Weird and Unexplained in All-New Seasons of "Strange Evidence" and "What on Earth?" In a year when things can't seem to get any more bizarre, both series will dissect the mysteries and creepiness of things that goes bump in the night.
[via press release from Science Channel]
DISCOVERY+ AND SCIENCE CHANNEL EXPLORE ALL THINGS WEIRD AND UNEXPLAINED IN ALL-NEW SEASONS OF "STRANGE EVIDENCE" AND "WHAT ON EARTH?"
Both Series to Stream Thursday, March 11 on discovery+
(LOS ANGELES) - Ghostly figures, abandoned islands, floating orbs and other mysteries unwittingly captured by technology are ready to be investigated on the all-new seasons of STRANGE EVIDENCE and WHAT ON EARTH?, both streaming Thursday, March 11 on discovery+.
In a year when things can't seem to get any more bizarre, both series will dissect the mysteries and creepiness of things that goes bump in the night. The series will also run back-to-back on March 11 with STRANGE EVIDENCE airing at 9 PM ET/PT followed by WHAT ON EARTH? at 10 PM ET/PT on Science Channel.
STRANGE EVIDENCE will pick up from last season, delving into the untold stories that continue to baffle experts around the world. This season will include new forensic analysis to uncover the truth behind videos of bizarre and inexplicable events. Scientists will inspect unexplained footage, such as an ape-like humanoid chasing after a car full of teenagers in Russia to a mysterious low-flying object passing over a house in England to determine if the events recorded are explainable or not.
In WHAT ON EARTH?, experts show how they've used the thousands of satellites orbiting the globe to scan every inch of our planet for the unexplained. What they find is truly baffling - a copy of our world in unprecedented detail, revealing areas that until now have remained a mystery. Experts will also look to this state-of-the-art imaging technology to discover bizarre phenomena and strange mysteries including an inaccessible cave of bones on an island off the coast of Africa, a bizarre concrete structure sitting off the coast of the Baltic sea, and a crater in Mexico with extra-terrestrial connections.
In addition to watching What on Earth and Strange Evidence on Science Channel viewers can stream both shows on discovery+. Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtags #WhatonEarth and #StrangeEvidence. Follow @ScienceChannel and @discoveryplus on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more updates.
STRANGE EVIDENCE is produced for Science Channel by WAG Entertainment. For WAG Entertainment, Mark Carter is executive producer. For Science Channel, Wyatt Channell is executive producer.
WHAT ON EARTH? is produced for Science Channel by Wag TV. For Wag TV, the executive producers are Nick Patterson and Martin Durkin. For Science Channel, Neil Laird is executive producer.
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Science Channel, a multi-media business unit of Discovery, Inc. is the home of all things science around the clock, including series such as MYTHBUSTERS, OUTRAGEOUS ACTS OF SCIENCE, WHAT ON EARTH?, HOW THE UNIVERSE WORKS, UNEARTHED, and MYSTERIES OF THE ABANDONED. Science Channel's programming also includes timely, expert-driven specials covering breaking science news and discoveries. Science Channel is the premiere TV, digital and social community for those with a passion for science, space, technology, archeology, and engineering, providing immersive, engaging, high-quality entertainment across all Science Channel assets including: Science Channel television network, available in more than 63 million homes in the U.S; complimentary Video On Demand offering; SCI Go app allowing viewers to catch up on full episodes of their favorite shows anytime; deep video, interactive storytelling and virtual reality at www.sciencechannel.com; and conversations on Science Channel's popular social platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat via @ScienceChannel.
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