With new leadership, Discovery is planning to air programming that's scientifically credible.
John Hoffman is the new boss of documentaries at the Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, and the Science Channel, and he wants you to know big changes are coming to the networks sometimes criticized for favoring overcooked "docu-tainment"...Show More Summary
There are many good things to be said about the Discovery Science channel series How It's Made, mostly having to do with how it's a successful example of the sorts of programs people enjoyed on channels like Discovery and TLC before reality programming arrived—but its clever wordplay is not one of them. Show More Summary
The Alaskan Bush People may be trading the great outdoors for a jail cell. The Discovery channel reality series’ patriarch, Billy Brown, 62, and his second oldest son, Joshua “Bam… READ ON
Once again reality TV proves to be less real than we've been led to believe. The stars of Discovery Channel's Alaskan Bush People may not be the "born and raised wild" Alaskans the show portrays them to be, the Alaska Dispatch News reports. Six members of the Brown family are...
The "Alaskan Bush People" just got smacked down by a judge who made one thing clear -- if you steal from Alaska... you're gonna do jail time. Billy Brown -- the dad on the popular Discovery Channel show -- and his son Joshua Brown thought they'd…
It's funny to think back on all the myths we used to believe before Mythbusters premiered on the Discovery Channel: that it's safe to ride a motorcycle on water, that you can build a parachute out of materials in a hotel room, that it's possible to drop a car out... More »
MythBusters superfans have no doubt been disappointed to hear that their beloved Discovery Channel show is ending its 13-year run at the end of this upcoming season. Hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman have promised the last episodeShow More Summary
Destination America is one of those niche networks on your cable or satellite provider. It’s one of those channel that you flip past while looking for TLC or TNT or Discovery and not even realize it. Like its sister networks, Discovery,...Show More Summary
Jimmy’s family visits on “You’re the Worst.” JJ returns to the BAU on “Criminal Minds.”
This video is intriguing. It is like a roller coaster. It has interesting sections where it shows some of the manufacturing processes that ?eská zbrojovka does to make the P-09 pistol. But then it plummets with silly segments and information. Show More Summary
A new discovery published in the Nov. 2015 issue of The FASEB Journal shows that cancer cells use previously unknown channels to communicate with one another and with adjacent non-cancerous cells. Not only does this cast an important...Show More Summary
In what is sure to be amazing news for the Discovery channel, megalodon teeth have begun washing up on North Carolina shores.
Alex Gibney’s controversial documentary Taxi To The Dark Side which delved into the United States torture policies (via the CIA) and got caught up in a broadcast rights quagmire seven years ago between the Discovery Channel and HBO — and then ended up embroiled in the THINKfilm bankruptcy — will find a short public life again via streaming media. Show More Summary
Perhaps you saw it coming. I suspected it when I heard recently that MYTHBUSTERS stars Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman had inked a deal with CBS for a new MacGuyver-type series based on their skill sets. Well, the Discovery Channel just announced that the MYTHBUSTERS episodes that begin January 9 will be their final ones. […]
Commentary: Hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman will bid farewell to the Discovery Channel series in 2016. CNET's Bonnie Burton, a longtime fan and science nerd, explains why TV won't be the same.
The trailblazing reality series MythBusters will come to an end early next year, Discovery Channel announced Wednesday. The popular show, on which hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman apply the scientific method to test the validity of conventional wisdom, urban legends and pop culture moments will return for its 14th and final season on Jan. Show More Summary
It’s a wrap for a TV series that has been one of Discovery Channel’s signature shows. The Los Angeles Times reports that the cable channel confirmed today it is bringing “MythBusters” to an end in 2016 after one final season....
MythBusters is busting out only one more season.
Mythbusters has been debunking some of pop culture’s greatest myths and urban legends, since the series debuted on The Discovery Channel in 2003, but it seems the time has come for the show, hosted by Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman to come to an end. Show More Summary