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[06/18/16 - 07:12 AM]
Video: Science Channel to Provide Sneak Peek of All-New Series "How to Build... Everything" to On Demand, Digital, and Social Media Outlets on June 18
The sneak peek of the premiere episode "Cruise Ship Secrets" will be available via ScienceChannel.com, DiscoveryGO.com, Facebook, YouTube and Science Channel TVE.

[via press release from Science Channel]

SCIENCE CHANNEL TO PROVIDE SNEAK PEEK OF ALL-NEW SERIES "HOW TO BUILD... EVERYTHING" TO ON DEMAND, DIGITAL, AND SOCIAL MEDIA OUTLETS ON JUNE 18

-Premiere episode of "HOW TO BUILD . . . EVERYTHING" available in its entirety ahead of June 22 series premiere via destinations that include Science Channel On Demand, ScienceChannel.com, Discovery GO, Facebook and YouTube-

Science Channel's all-new series, "HOW TO BUILD . . . EVERYTHING", will be available to video on demand, online and social media users Saturday, June 18, ahead of the Wednesday, June 22 10PM series premiere on Science Channel. The sneak peek of the premiere episode "Cruise Ship Secrets" will be available via ScienceChannel.com, DiscoveryGO.com, Facebook, YouTube and Science Channel TVE.

"HOW TO BUILD... EVERYTHING" breaks down the step-by-step process behind some of the world's most complex apparatuses in a way that armchair engineers and curious minds can follow. From an Apache helicopter to a hovercraft, a cruise ship or a satellite, each episode breaks down the step-by-step process behind three contraptions in the style of a tongue-in-cheek instruction manual.

With a cast of brilliant scientists and notable science communicators who live and love all areas of science, "HOW TO BUILD... EVERYTHING" breaks down the most complicated tech and machines into a few simple steps which a cast of whip smart and hilarious personalities including: comedian, former airplane mechanic and winner of Last Comic Standing, Alonzo Bodden, science communicator and bug expert Alie Ward, actor (Jane the Virgin) and real life doctor Keller Wortham, astronaut Leland Melvin, Nerdist science editor Kyle Hill, tech expert and futurist Veronica Belmont, mad inventor Eric Gradman, actress Alison Haislip, and racecar driver Jessi Combs, among others.

Keep up with the "HOW TO BUILD... EVERYTHING" experts and their exploits online at ScienceChannel.com and on Facebook and Twitter at @ScienceChannel, #HowToBuild.





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