Get ready for a new season of Street Science with Kevin Delaney. Season two of the series will arrive on November 15.
Science Channel released more information about the return of the series in a press release. Check that out below.
“Kevin Delaney, known to millions as the science expert on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, is back to build, execute, and nail the science behind larger-than-life experiments when a new season of Science Channel’s STREET SCIENCE returns. Combining scientific method with humor and curiosity, Kevin brings mind-blowing experiments out of the lab and onto the streets to show how relevant science is to our everyday lives. The second season of STREET SCIENCE, comprised of 14 half-hour episodes, begins on Wednesday, November 15 at 10pm ET/PT.
With the world as his testing ground, Kevin trades the quiet lab for crowded streets to reveal the everyday science behind rockets, explosions, and more. This season, engineer, builder, and backyard scientist Kevin Kohler joins the team to pack a punch and supersize every experiment. Returning sidekick Darren Dyk captures every second of fire, explosion, and reaction with slow motion footage to provide viewers with an exclusive, front row seat to what the eye can’t normally see. Rocket scientist Nick Householder also brings his expertise and top-notch build skills to the mix.
“Kevin and his team have a unique ability to translate complicated scientific concepts and ideas into engaging experiments that anyone who likes to have a little fun can appreciate,” Wyatt Channell, Executive Producer, Science Channel.
Among the amazing experiments featured this season are the iconic human cannonball stunt; scaling walls just like superheroes; exploring the amazing science of magnetic levitation; and supersizing a classic mousetrap car for humans.
STREET SCIENCE is produced for Science Channel by Spectrum Productions where Guy Nickerson and Lauren Williams are executive producers. For Science Channel, Wyatt Channell serves as executive producer.”
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