SCIENCE CHANNEL ANNOUNCES SEASON PREMIERES FILLED WITH OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD STORIES OF ALL THE PREVIOUSLY UNEXPLAINED PHENOMENA CAUGHT ON CAMERA
Episodes to Air Weekly Beginning With 'What on Earth' on Wednesday, June 22, and 'Strange Evidence' on Thursday, June 30, at 9 ET/PT
(NEW YORK) - Science Channel has a line-up of brand new seasons premiering this month, filled with more compelling and mind-boggling content than ever before. Shining light on some of the world's strangest phenomena using the billions of cameras and thousands of satellites that watch our every move, these episodes take viewers on a journey around the universe to begin uncovering the hidden truths behind all the unexplainable mysteries, physical feats, and unusual events caught on tape.
The programming lineup will include -
What on Earth
Premiering Tonight, June 22 at 9pm ET/PT on Science Channel
· With access to thousands of satellites over places like Kazakhstan, the Congo, the Atlantic Ocean, and more, 'What on Earth' reveals stories about the Soviet Union's secret space shuttle from the space race, alien invaders that are destroying North American forests, ghost fleets from WWII that emerged from the water, and ancient structures deep within Welsh mountains. This season reveals multiple political, environmental, and out-of-this-world secrets and phenomena per episode that would have stayed hidden forever if not for modern science.
Premiering Thursday, June 30 at 9pm ET/PT on Science Channel
· Cameras today catch everything from a colossal fireball rising up from the Caspian Sea, an unidentified object hovering over Chicago, all the way to a poltergeist pedestrians warning us about the future. With unprecedented access to all this raw footage, experts investigate mysteries caught on tape and carry out forensic analyses to determine the truth behind these unusual events: are they supernatural, meant to send us a message, or simply fake? Following multiple stories per episode, 'Strange Evidence' aims to explain the previously unexplainable.
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