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date (day) time network episode title
5/19/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#120) Elevators, Petrol Pumps, and Air Hockey Tables
5/12/16 (Th.)10:30 PMSCIENCE(#119) Frozen Yogurt Makers, Turnstiles, and Ergonomic Chairs
5/12/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#118) Outboard Motors, Pneumatic Drills, and Retractable Pens
5/5/16 (Th.)10:30 PMSCIENCE(#117) Garden Shredders, Deli Meat Slicers, and Dental Drills
5/5/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#116) Treadmills, Turntables, and BBQ Grills
4/21/16 (Th.)10:30 PMSCIENCE(#115) 3-D Printers, Cross Trainers, and Kitchen Mixers
4/21/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#114) Grass Trimmers, Sprinklers, and Movie Lenses
4/14/16 (Th.)10:30 PMSCIENCE(#113) Car Jacks, Movie Projectors, and Leatherman's
4/14/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#112) Lawn Mowers, Pinball Machines, and Padlocks
4/7/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#111) ATMs, Vacuum Cleaners, and Skateboards
3/24/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#110) Car Winches, Coffee Machines, and Hiking Boots
3/17/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#109) Pianos, Vending Machines, and Rappels
3/10/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#108) Pool Tables, Gas-Fired Boilers, and Shopping Carts
3/3/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#107) Paintball Guns, Floor Scrubbers, and Ice Machines
2/25/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#106) Ticket Barriers, Refrigerators, and Electric Guitars
2/18/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#105) Mechanical Watches, Toilets, and Yoyos
2/11/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#104) Safes, Tennis Ball Launchers, and Music Boxes
2/4/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#103) Escalators, Leaf Blowers, and Tape Measures
1/28/16 (Th.)10:30 PMSCIENCE(#102) How car washes, blenders and bicycle pumps work.
1/28/16 (Th.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#101) How chainsaws, jukeboxes and fishing reels work.






MACHINES: HOW THEY WORK (SCIENCE)
BROADCAST HISTORY:
1/28/16 - ???
STATUS:
on hiatus or fate to be determined
TIME SLOT:
not on the schedule
CURRENT SEASON:
1 (??? episodes)
DESCRIPTION:
(from Science Channel's press release, January 2016) Have you ever wondered what's going on inside the machines you use every day? How does a gas-fired boiler turn cold water hot in just five seconds? How can a simple shopping cart carry a load six times its own weight? How does an escalator haul hundreds of people up a slope as steep as Mount Fuji? Using ultra-realistic CGI, MACHINES: HOW THEY WORK 'explodes open' everyday machines to reveal their individual parts and inner workings. You'll never look at a shopping cart the same way after MACHINES: HOW THEY WORK premieres on Thursday, Jan. 28 at 10PM only on Science Channel.
CREW INFORMATION:
· Carlo Massarella as EP
· Dan Kendall as PROD
· Neil Laird as EP (Science)
GENRE(S):
· reality (all)
· reality (documentary)
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Windfall Films