Science Channel is building another season of their series, Impossible Engineering. The Wrap reports the network has renewed the TV show for a second season.
The documentary series explores the science and history behind some of the world’s most impressive structures and machines.
The season two premiere of Impossible Engineering will take a look at NASA’s Orion Spacecraft, which is being built right now and is intended to take humans further into space than ever before.
From Marc Etkind, general manager of Science Channel:
Impossible Engineering explores the human quest for achievement that drives innovators to tunnel under mountains, build bridges half a mile high and break the sky barrier, in mind-blowing detail. With creativity, engineering and vision, these achievements know no bounds, and Science Channel is at the forefront of documenting these science breakthroughs.”
Season two premieres on March 16 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
What do you think? Have you seen Impossible Engineering? Will you watch the second season?