Elite builders face off to become the next MythBusters and test two tall tales: the sideways ejector seat from The Fast & the Furious and Deflategate, one of the most infamous football scandals of all-time.
One contestant has been eliminated, and nine hopefuls remain to test a classic myth that Adam and Jamie never mastered: Can you paint with explosives? They'll also test if alcohol makes you more creative.
Eight contestants are left to build and race two full-sized boats made completely of cardboard. Next, they'll put Hollywood on trial and test everyone's gun skills: Can you shoot a bad guy blindfolded?
Seven contestants remain to test one of Adam and Jamie's most challenging myths: the needle in a haystack. Then, they try to bust a classic Hollywood cliche: Can you pick handcuffs with a hairpin?
The search for the next MythBusters continues as the contestants test a myth straight out of the A-Team: can you make a weapon out of junkyard scrap? Then, they find what it takes to make a bike impossible to ride.
The remaining contestants test two life-or-death myths. First, they test if you can scale 7 stories with vacuum cleaners. Next, they try a Hollywood worst-case scenario: Can an amateur can land a plane using just radio instruction from the ground?
The contestants revisit a classic MythBusters challenge that has never been perfected: a spy car that can blind a vehicle in pursuit. Then, each contestant faces the ultimate horror: six minutes in an open coffin filled with snakes, rats, and worms.
The remaining contestants tackle the two most difficult myths yet: a water heater rocket and a walking-on-water challenge. In this explosive live grand finale, we reveal the winners of our search for the next MythBusters.
Kevin and his team of experts head to the streets to show what it takes to make it snow in Florida and what happens when you combine pressurized liquid nitrogen with thousands of ping pong balls.
Kevin and his team of experts explore the incredible science behind fire, showing how to make it rain fire and how to create a fire tornado.
Kevin and his team of science experts use a racecar to put a new twist on an old magic trick and show what it takes to build homemade hovercrafts.
Kevin and his team of experts explore the incredible science behind food, showing just how to cook with a red hot nickel ball, and how a bunch of bananas can be transformed into a piano.
Kevin and his team of science experts head to the streets to show what it takes to build a vortex cannon that can pump out a ring of fire. Later, they transform everyday objects into explosive fireballs.
Kevin and his team of experts explore the strange science behind oobleck, a bizarre material that can behave as both a solid and a liquid.
Kevin and his group of experts explore the secret science behind the laws of motion, teaming up with pro athletes to discover how a curveball works and how to make a football do unbelievable things.
Kevin and his team of experts investigate the strange science of invisible forces, revealing how a penny can defy gravity on a hanger, how to painlessly lie on a bed of nails, and other incredible feats you can't normally see with the naked eye.
MythBusters: The Search is an all-new series featuring the next generation of fearless contenders with killer build skills, science smarts and nerves of steel, ready to be judged each week as they bust myths and vie for the win in becoming the next myth-busting superstars.
In Science Channel's all-new series Street Science, Kevin Delaney leaves his lab behind to hit the streets for experiments that are so unusual, off-beat, and so unexpected they will blow your mind.
Follow Digital Survivalist Andy Quitmeyer as he travels to remote parts of the world and hacks his way back to civilization using a hybrid of time-tested outdoor survival skills and a backpack's worth of wires, laptops and tracking devices.
It is one thing to believe in science, but another to literally trust it with your life. In Outrageous Acts of Danger, Todd Sampson puts his faith in science to the ultimate test through a series of epic and potentially deadly experiments.
Explore the most startling disappearances of the modern era, looking at what we know happened that fateful day, what the theories behind their vanishing are – and what science can tell us about what really happened.
Stuff You Should Know is a new genre-bending television series about a real podcast that's set in a fictional world.
Dark Matters explores questions some say should not be asked. See stories of science on the dark and ragged edge of human understanding, where experiments can be ethically controversial and the results can be mind-blowing.