How exactly are candy wafers made? The new season of How It’s Made premieres later this month, Science Channel announced this week.
The docu-series explores how objects, ranging from Legos to lace, are manufactured.
Season 14 of How It’s Made will feature “candy wafers, food trucks, ropes, and the world’s smallest car.” The new season launches with two back-to-back episodes on May 30th at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
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(Silver Spring, MD) – 1,268 products and 329 episodes later, HOW IT’S MADE returns to Science Channel on Monday, May 30 at 9PM with brand new spellbinding episodes showing how everything from toothpicks to tequila and even an oil tanker are made.
After nearly a decade narrating the series, Brooks Moore’s iconic voice continues to delight audiences. During a recent Reddit AMA with Brooks, fans of the show referred to his voiceover as “soothing” and “calming.” When you hear the smooth sound of Brooks Moore’s voice, prepare to be transfixed by HOW IT’S MADE.
The fan favorite, loved by kids and adults alike, kicks off a new season with two back-to-back brand new episodes of HOW IT’S MADE premiering on Memorial Day at 9PM featuring candy wafers, food trucks, ropes, and the world’s smallest car. And to celebrate the return of summer, a very special cookout countdown premieres at 10PM featuring all of the essentials you need for a summer cookout, from hotdogs and hamburgers and everything in-between.”
What do you think? Do you watch How It’s Made? Will you watch the new season?
I would like to see how RC helicopters are made the Walkera and Align are very nice helicopters they are the 6 channel RC’s