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We recently learned the long-running Discovery series will be wrapping up. Adam Savage, Jamie Hyneman and the creative team have been busy filming recently, and yesterday was the last day of filming. You can take a look at some of the touching goodbye photos, here.
Amber Heard has had a lot of trouble with her 1968 Mustang in the past, so when she found out it had been stolen for a third time she was neither surprised nor happy. Little did she know, however, the latest thievery of her car wasn’t really thievery
It was just a few days ago that Discovery announced the heartbreaking news that the Mythbusters team will be closing shop next year. Although the show has one more season and will thereafter live on via reruns, it’s still a little bittersweet to know we’re going to have to say goodbye.
The decision was doubtless tough for the network to make and hard for fans to swallow, but now series lead Adam Savage has explained why the upcoming season will be a good time to wrap the series up.
For years, Discovery’s Mythbusters has been a mainstay on the channel. The show has been on the air since 2003 and has produced 248 episodes and featured 2,950 experiments. Unfortunately, this week, Discovery made the announcement that Mythbusters is gearing up to end.
As it turns out, working with Lucasfilm on these episodes isn’t too rough, but Adam Savage recently spoke out in an interview to explain there are restrictions the Mythbusters guys have to adhere to. Here's what Lucasfilm wouldn't let the guys do.
A show called Deadliest Catch is bound to take its toll on those who work on it, even if it doesn’t happen during the actual filming. Such is the case with the series’ Tony Lara, who passed away this weekend at the age of 50.
Among Discovery's lineup of hits is the popular Naked and Afraid, a series that follows two individuals who are dropped off in the woods in the buff and have to survive for 21 days. Now, the network has revealed it is putting together a spinoff based on the original series.
The once-educational network is pulling out all the stops this year when it comes to their famed Shark Week, which has now become the “Summer of the Shark,” and it will feature more shark programming than ever. Those who thought last year’s programming was all-encompassing were only standing in the belly of the beast.
Mythbusters has been prepping for a new season for a while now. We recently learned the show’s Season 13 premiere would be a Simpsons-based episode, and the series will further be tapping into pop culture with these two fan-favorite franchises.
The year of the crossover will continue into 2015, as the Mythbusters season premiere will feature hosts Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage taking on The Simpsons. Woo-hoo!
When it comes to a show called Eaten Alive, those tuning in more than likely did so to watch someone get eaten alive. Such was most definitely NOT the case when it came to Discovery’s most recent piece of stunt programming, which should have been called Embraced Firmly.
Whenever an actor takes part in any form of reality television, it’s usually just for funded exposure at the back end of a career. Acclaimed British actor Idris Elba is just settled into the peak of his, so it’s no surprise he won’t be living in a house with Verne Troyer and Da Brat. Instead, he’s doing this.
Reelz’s look at Whitney Houston’s death allegedly used a fake drug dealer as a part of its “true” narrative, which makes one wonder how often this kind of thing happens. But before we all don our Inspector hats, here are ten of the most memorable instances where TV wasn’t being as truthful as we thought it was at the time.
Discovery has creating programming that is more event-based recently. Nik Wallenda’s Chicago tightrope act aired live on the channel, and now the cable network is planning to get a little weirder with its newest special Eaten Alive.