COMING TO DISCOVERY SCIENCE THIS SUMMER
Check out shows returning to Discovery Science and get ready for new programs starting this spring!

All times Eastern. Subject to change.

Premiering September 10 9ET
what Happened Next?

Discover the scientific explanations and theories behind some of the most mind-boggling situations ever documented.


Nasa's Unexplained Files
From strange abductions, to mutated species, to bizarre occurrences, there are some phenomena that science cannot-or will not-explain. This summer Science Channel unveils some of these shocking and mind-boggling cases from around the world in the premiere series THE UNEXPLAINED FILES. From mysterious disappearances and UFO encounters, to unidentified fanged predators and reported curses, THE UNEXPLAINED FILES investigates actual, inexplicable occurrences that have confounded scientists and inspired legends. Science Channel invites viewers on a mystifying journey that will challenge disbelief with THE UNEXPLAINED FILES.

Join renowned scientists, credible experts and first-hand eyewitnesses as they present riveting never-before-seen footage and share their vivid first-person accounts of truly bewildering experiences. The series takes viewers on a thrilling expedition presenting some of the most shocking and interesting stories ever told. Within the bizarre yet factual world of THE UNEXPLAINED FILES viewers discover that seeking explanations often leads to compelling questions of the unfamiliar and unexplainable.


furutescape With James Woods
What will the future look like? It's a question that writers, philosophers and scientists have been pondering for millennia. But the future that once existed solely in the human imagination...has arrived. FUTURESCAPE is a new, six-part series unveiling these incredible mind-blowing discoveries. Each episode explores a different event horizon that will critically alter life as we know it. Telepathy. Colonizing Space. Staying Forever Young. Robot Citizens.


Sundays at 9ET
Oddities




Outrageous Acts of Science
The internet is full of clips of people doing crazy, hilarious and downright amazing things and this series highlights the cream of the crop. From human powered flying machines in Canada, space explorers in the UK, backwards talking girls in the US and the New Zealander that built a robot rock band, a team of scientists deconstruct and explain how each action in the clip worked, how risky it was and above all exactly why it shouldn't be tried at home.