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[11/10/20 - 12:28 PM]
Engineering at Its Best... and Worst: Don't Miss the Return of Science Channel's Hit Series "Deadly Engineering" and "Impossible Engineering" Premiering November 11
With the return of the two series, viewers travel worldwide to discover remarkable engineering feats that prove impossible, and witness some of engineering's greatest successes and failures through expert analysis, archived footage, and witness interviews.

[07/07/20 - 12:36 PM]
An Epic Night of Engineering: New Season of "Impossible Engineering" Followed by Series Premiere of "Super Factories" Kicks Off on July 15 on Science Channel
Behind every seemingly impossible feat of engineering are the trailblazers and risk takers who have helped pioneer new technologies and techniques, revolutionizing engineering as we know it today.

[01/08/20 - 09:25 AM]
Science Channel Matches Its Best Year Ever in 2019 in Key Demos
Science Channel further spins the numbers for the year to date.

[11/25/19 - 08:39 AM]
Dream Big with New Season of "Impossible Engineering" Premiering New Years Day on Science Channel
This season, viewers will journey to Dubai, London, Whistler, Rotterdam and beyond as experts examine some of the most mind-blowing engineering marvels around the world.

[03/28/19 - 12:06 PM]
Science Channel's "Impossible Engineering: Extreme Railroads" Heading Down the Track for New Season Beginning May 1
The new season will showcase the world's most extraordinary railway systems, from the deepest jungles to the highest peaks and beyond.

[12/17/18 - 09:50 AM]
"Impossible Enginnering" Returns to Science Channel for Season Four Beginning January 3
The new season shines a light on the brilliant minds behind these marvels and the remarkable level of detail that goes into building these amazing feats of modern day engineering.

[05/01/18 - 11:49 AM]
All Aboard with Science Channel's New Series "Impossible Engineering: Extreme Railroads" Premiering May 17
The series highlights the historic and modern breakthroughs of railroad production by telling the stories of bold pioneers and the science behind their incredible engineering feats.

[07/06/17 - 11:09 AM]
Science Channel Scores Highest Rated June in Its History in Key Demos
Science Channel further spins the numbers for the month of June.

[05/08/17 - 08:52 AM]
Science Channel Ties for Its Highest Rated April Ever
Science Channel further spins the numbers for the month of April.

[03/13/17 - 11:04 AM]
Science Channel Examines Modern Engineering Marvels and the Trailblazers Who Inspired Them in "Impossible Engineering"
Look for season three on Thursday, March 30 at 9:00/8:00c.

[04/29/16 - 03:22 PM]
Science Channel Delivers Highest Rated and Most Watched April Among Total Viewers and Key Demos
Science Channel spins the numbers for the month of April to date.

[03/03/16 - 09:57 AM]
"Impossible Engineering" Returns to Explore the World's Greatest Past, Present and Future Engineering Feats on Wed, March 16 at 9PM
The series celebrates engineering wonders ranging from spacecraft, to skyscrapers and jumbo jets, detailing how they were built and how they work.







IMPOSSIBLE ENGINEERING (SCIENCE)
BROADCAST HISTORY:
4/13/15 - ???
STATUS:
currently airing (fall 2020)
TIME SLOT:
wednesdays from 10:00 PM-11:00 PM EST
CURRENT SEASON:
9 (??? episodes)
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DESCRIPTION:
(from Science Channel's press release, November 2020) In the upcoming season of IMPOSSIBLE ENGINEERING, experts celebrate the record-breaking buildings, ships and spacecrafts that push the limits of what's possible and reveal how these mega-structures are built and operated. In the season premiere, engineers and test pilots attempt the first ever flight on the impossibly huge Stratolaunch, a one-of-a-kind aircraft carrier designed to lift rockets and high-speed super sonic planes into the stratosphere. In China, engineers must divert water from the wet south to the bone-dry north - and do so over the distance that is equal to traveling from New York to Los Angeles. The project, known as the South-To-North Water Diversion project, will provide water to millions of people and break boundaries as engineers attempt to accomplish the project relying on gravity alone. Also this season, in the southern Scottish countryside, a bizarre mega-machine capable of lifting large boats between two canals has appeared on the ancient landscape. Experts investigate the ground-breaking engineering behind this unique machine and how it made and how it made the route from the Scottish capital of Edinburgh to their largest city, Glasgow, navigable by boat.
CREW INFORMATION:
· Jonney Steven as PROD
· Lindsey Foster Blumberg as SP (Science)
· Neil Edwards as EP
· Neil Laird as EP (Science)
GENRE(S):
· reality (all)
· reality (documentary)
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Twofour Broadcast