Science Asks, ‘Are We Alone?’

Many scientists, writers and Hollywood films (my favs: Contact and Men in Black) set their sites on on that big question: Is there intelligent life beyond Earth? And what better network than Science to explore the subject. Starting March 6, Science is launching Are We Alone? Month in conjunction with TED and the SETI Institute. Things kick off tomorrow night at 10pm ET/PT with the return of Through the Wormhole,…

Science, Ridley Scott Introduce Us to the ‘Prophets of Science Fiction’

Calling all sci-fi fans! On Wednesday night at 10pm ET/PT, Science debuts Prophets of Science Fiction, a series that explores the relationship between science fiction and the constantly-evolving worlds of science and technology. Executive Producer Ridley Scott, the creative genius behind Hollywood classics including Alien, Blade Runner and Gladiator and a student of science fiction explores how the dreams of storytellers like Jules Verne, Isaac Asimov, George Lucas and Phillip K.…

Animal Planet & Science Are NY-Bound for Comic Con

Discovery’s networks are no strangers to Cons – CatchCon, San Diego Comic-Con… not to mention those criminals on Investigation Discovery. So it’s logical that beginning tomorrow visitors to New York Comic-Con will be treated to panels and more courtesy of Animal Planet and Science. On Friday, the cast of Animal Planet’s Finding Bigfoot (Bobo, Cliff, Matt and Ranae) will be joined by 30 Rock‘s Judah Friedlander for an hour-long panel…

‘Firefly’ Lands on Science Channel on Sunday Nights

Science Channel is excited to bring sci-fi fans Joss Whedon’s popular series Firefly, premiering this Sunday at 8pm ET/PT.  Firefly, from the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, is a sci-fi/western adventure series set 500 years in the future, in the wake of a universal civil war. It centers on the crew of Serenity, a small transport spaceship that doesn’t have a planet to call home. Captain Malcolm “Mal”…