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[12/18/18 - 08:57 AM]
Award-Winning Science Channel Series Returns to Shed More Light on the Cosmos - "How the Universe Works" Premiering January 8 at 10PM ET/PT
Science Channel's longest-running and most popular space series is rocketing back after the new year to shed new light on a host of new celestial mysteries.

[02/02/18 - 08:24 AM]
Science Channel Starts 2018 Off with Highest Rated Month in Its History in Key Demos
Science Channel further spins the numbers for the month to date.

[12/12/17 - 09:26 AM]
Science Channel Journeys Deeper Into the Inner Workings of the Cosmos in a New Season of Longest Running Space Series "How the Universe Works" Premiering January 9 at 10PM ET/PT
The series is back for its sixth season as astronomers and experts examine the building blocks and inner workings of our universe to better understand outer space and how its many puzzle pieces fit together.

[03/28/17 - 08:10 AM]
Science Channel Unveils Its 2017-18 Upfront Slate Led by Johnny Galecki's "Scijinks" and the All New "Mythbusters"
"What a time it is for science. Every day there are incredible breakthroughs in space exploration, technology and research that are transforming how we live and the way we look at the universe," said Marc Etkind.

[11/23/16 - 08:29 AM]
"How the Universe Works" Returns to Science Channel Nov. 29
The all-new season returns to ask all-new questions about how our universe was put together while revealing the inner workings of our planet, the solar system, the galaxies and the universe itself.

[03/31/16 - 11:23 AM]
Science Channel Unveils Its 2016-17 Upfront Slate Led by "Search for the Next MythBusters" and the Return of "Punkin Chunkin"
"It's an exciting time for Science Channel as we're strengthening and energizing the brand with innovative and imaginative programming," said Marc Etkind.

[09/08/15 - 04:27 PM]
Science Channel Delivers Best August Prime Time Ever in Persons 18-49
Science Channel further spins the numbers for the month of August.

[04/10/15 - 06:17 AM]
Science Channel Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope
Science Channel invites viewers for a very special 25th anniversary, as we take a look back at this monumental scientific marvel with three hours of special programming on Sunday, April 19.

[04/04/13 - 09:32 AM]
Science Channel Unveils Its 2013-14 Upfront Slate Featuring Scripted Drama, Live Science Events and Blue Chip Series
Highlights include the William Hurt-led original movie "73 Seconds: The Challenger Story," due in November.







HOW THE UNIVERSE WORKS (SCIENCE)
BROADCAST HISTORY:
4/25/10 - ???
STATUS:
on hiatus or fate to be determined
TIME SLOT:
completed airing its current season
CURRENT SEASON:
7 (10 episodes)
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ADDITIONAL NOTES:
completed airing its seventh season on 3/12/19; has yet to be renewed for an eighth season
DESCRIPTION:
(from Science Channel's press release, December 2018) Science Channel's longest-running and most popular space series is rocketing back after the new year to shed new light on a host of new celestial mysteries. HOW THE UNIVERSE WORKS returns for its seventh season as astronomers and experts examine Neutron Stars, Supernovas, Interstellar Space, the Big Bang, and more. The new season blasts off Tuesday, January 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. HOW THE UNIVERSE WORKS shows the strange force that have and continue to shape the cosmos. The season premiere will shine a bright light on Neutron Stars. They are long misunderstood and perhaps not looked at as closely as other space phenomena, but in the last couple of years scientists have discovered that Neutron Stars seed the Universe with the building blocks of planets and life. Among the other stories this season; a journey inside the heart of a supernova to witness the final seconds of a dying giant star; travel deep into Interstellar Space to reveal that space is anything but empty, it is full of rogue planets, speeding stars and lethal cosmic rays; a voyage back to the dawn of time to better understand the Big Bang's role in the birth of the our universe; and a probe to the depths of the galaxy to hunt for other habitable planets.
PRINCIPAL CAST INFORMATION:
· Mike Rowe as Narrator (Voice)
CREW INFORMATION:
· Stephen Marsh as EP
· Wyatt Channell as EP (Science)
GENRE(S):
· reality (all)
· reality (documentary)
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Pioneer Productions