Discovery Science Holiday Programming Highlights

— November 26, 2015

Sci Below is a chronological listing of the Discovery Science day-by-day holiday season programming highlights. All programming is subject to change (all times ET; visit sciencechannel.ca to confirm local broadcast times). Thursday, Dec. 24 – Friday, Dec. 25 Dec. 24 at 7 a.m. to Dec. 25 at 6 a.m. ET – OUTRAGEOUS ACTS OF SCIENCE – Seasons 1 & 2 Marathon OUTRAGEOUS ACTS OF SCIENCE captures mind-boggling experiments, extraordinary inventions, and jaw-dropping scientific stunts. All across the internet, self-appointed scientists are filming their outrageous experiments and misadventures. The team of top science brains is ready to analyze the “how” and “why”, and choose the very best. Each episode counts down 20 clips while a team of real-life scientists breaks down the principles behind the backyard experiments. The team of outrageous experts includes returning favorites such as astrophysicist Hakeem Oluseyi and physicist Debbie Berebichez. Friday, Dec. 25 – Saturday, Dec. 26 Dec. 25 at 7 a.m. to Dec. 26 at 6 a.m. ET – HOW IT’S MADE – Seasons 21 to 23 Marathon Ever wonder how everyday products are made? HOW IT’S MADE leads viewers through the process and gives an inside look on the creation of products like apple juice, skateboards, engines, contact lenses, and so many more! Saturday, Dec. 26 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. ET – WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG? – Seasons 1 & 1b Marathon The internet is filled with wild videos of people who have unwittingly put science to the test. They've wondered what would happen if they attached rockets to a skateboard and if a concrete canoe can float. And how many leaf blowers it takes to power a homemade hovercraft. Many of these videos garner millions of online views because their exploits have failed, often with hilarious consequences. Discovery Science is experimenting with some of the internet's most infamous video flubs in WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG? In each episode, real-life friends Kevin Moore and Grant Reynolds decipher what went wrong in the most outrageous internet video fails and make it their personal mission to successfully recreate each experiment with sound science and a little personal creativity. Friday, Jan. 1 – Saturday, Jan. 2 Jan. 1 at 4 p.m. to Jan. 2 at 6 a.m. ET – NASA’S UNEXPLAINED FILES – Seasons 1 & 2 Marathon For decades, NASA has been tasked with exploring the unknown. The agency has reached beyond the bounds of Earth in search of knowledge to benefit mankind – launching scientists into space and space crafts to the limits of the solar system. Discovery Science returns to the space agency’s archives to reveal more countless mysteries and unusual encounters, discoveries, and sightings that NASA has experienced over the years.

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