New Year Means New Shows Available on Hulu!

With the start of the new year, Hulu just announced its list of upcoming releases for January 2017, and there are a TON of new seasons of some of the most well-loved shows from Discovery, Investigation Discovery, Science Channel and TLC now available for streaming. What better way to spend these cold winter days than catching up on your favorite shows?! Here’s the complete list you can now enjoy on Hulu:…

Experience the Front Lines of War Like Never Before in Discovery’s All-New Series ‘Taking Fire’

It all started when producer Laura Dunne caught sight of a brief clip of action in Afghanistan on Funker530.com, a website that collects and posts combat footage. From there, she was able to get in touch with Kyle ‘Bobby’ Boucher, one of the soldiers featured throughout the series, who directed her to other members of his unit who recorded action firsthand on the front lines in Afghanistan, ultimately leading to…

Excited for ‘Shark Week’? Here’s All The Different Ways You Can Celebrate

It’s finally here! Shark Week, television’s longest-running and most anticipated summer event, kicked off on Sunday, June 26 with an all-new episode of Tiger Beach at 8/7c and will continue through Sunday, July 3. Expanding to more than 220 countries and territories this year, Shark Week is a pop culture event that transcends television – and is continually giving faithful fans and new viewers opportunities to experience Shark Week in exciting…

‘Deadliest Catch’ and ‘Bering Sea Gold’ Return For All-New Seasons

Clear your schedules, because new seasons of not one, but TWO fan-favorite Discovery series are kicking-off this week: Deadliest Catch and Bering Sea Gold! Crab season is back with a new cast and improved vessels. An all-day marathon of Deadliest Catch is running today on the network, cumulating to the long-awaited 12th season premiere airing at 9/8c. For 11 years, the veteran captains of Alaska’s Bering Sea have risked their lives at sea, and this season, the…

MythBusters Goes Out with a Bang

We’ve been separating fact from fiction with MythBusters for as long as we can remember, but one thing we know for sure is that Discovery’s longest-running series is signing off with a bang. 248 episodes, 2950 experiments, 1050 myths and 900 explosions later, MythBusters will explode onto screens for one last exhilarating time on Saturday, March 5 at 8:00pm ET/PT on Discovery Channel. Whether you couldn’t get enough of the…

Sink Your Teeth into Discovery’s ‘Venom Hunters’

Who can forget the relentless itch of a mosquito bite? At times, they can seem pretty unbearable. Now imagine you’re walking outdoors and instead of hearing the snappy hum of a mosquito in your ear, a snake lurches forward and bites you, sinking its fangs into your leg and delivering a powerful, dangerous venom to your bloodstream. Your only chance at staving off its debilitating effects – and possibly death – depends solely on…

This Week In…Discovery Buzz

Happy Friday, everyone! There’s snow-way this weekend won’t be one to remember, with a significant, possibly historic blizzard (Jonas, Snowzilla…it goes by many names) headed our way. In fact, it should begin snowing any minute now. To make sure all of our team members are home safe when the weather hits, our HQ in Silver Spring is closed today – something that I’m told rarely happens (and speaks to the expected severity of…

This Week In…Discovery Buzz

Happy Friday, everyone! This week has been a little chaotic coming off the heels of the TCAs, (you can read our recap of the event here), so needless to say, this weekend is especially sweet for some of us. The TCAs were buzzworthy, but they weren’t all-encompassing. Here is some other news from this past week you may have missed: Under New Leader, Discovery Channel’s Brand Reboot Shows Promise (The…

True Crime Comes to Discovery with “Killing Fields”

Discovery is set to debut its first-ever true crime series: Killing Fields. Premiering tomorrow, January 5 at 10/9c, the series takes viewers inside an active criminal investigation in a hunt for a murderer. In June 1997, Louisiana State University graduate student Eugenie Boisfontaine went missing. Two months later, her body was found nearby in a watery ditch with evidence of blunt force trauma to her head. Detective Rodie Sanchez was assigned to the…

This Week In…Discovery Buzz

Happy Friday! Have you seen The Last Alaskans? Animal Planet’s “quietly beautiful docuseries” has been named to the Washington Post‘s “Best Shows of 2015” list. The freshman series was renewed for a second season earlier this year, so between catching reruns on the network, stay tuned for a premiere date coming next year. Here is some other news you may have missed this week:  See The Animals That Have Already Died Off…