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Discovery Channel Announces 2010-2011 Season

by Sharon Knolle, posted Apr 8th 2010 3:29PM
Discovery Channel unveiled a lineup of new specials and series for its 2010-11 season today, including new series 'Worst Case Scenario' and 'Construction Intervention,' and miniseries from Steven Spielberg, Disney and NASA, according to the Hollywood Reporter

Discovery introduces 'Worst Case Scenario,' based on the popular series of books and starring 'Man vs. Wild's' Bear Grylls,and 'Construction Intervention,' featuring New York City construction guru Charlie Frattini and his crew as they tackle real-life property improvement nightmares.

The specials include the miniseries 'Human Planet,' which will explore eight different natural environments and the people who live in them, and 'Earth from Space,' which shows Earth as a living organism, as viewed from space. Discovery is producing in conjunction with NASA.Discovery Channel unveiled a lineup of new specials and series for its 2010-11 season today, including new series 'Worst Case Scenario' and 'Construction Intervention,' and miniseries from Steven Spielberg, Disney and NASA, according to the Hollywood Reporter

Discovery introduces 'Worst Case Scenario,' based on the popular series of books and starring 'Man vs. Wild's' Bear Grylls,and 'Construction Intervention,' featuring New York City construction guru Charlie Frattini and his crew as they tackle real-life property improvement nightmares.

The specials include the miniseries 'Human Planet,' which will explore eight different natural environments and the people who live in them, and 'Earth from Space,' which shows Earth as a living organism, as viewed from space. Discovery is producing in conjunction with NASA.

From Disney and Pixar comes 'Reign of the Dinosaurs,' which recreates the world of dinosaurs and explore their behaviors.

Meanwhile, 'Engineering the Impossible' follows a team of specialists looking for clues on how some of the world's most iconic structures might have been built.

Among the already announced projects are 'The Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero' from executive producer Steven Spielberg and the ambitious, five-year, 60-episode special 'Curiosity: The Questions of Life' from Discovery founder John Hendricks. That special will answer questions about science, civilization, technology and the human experience.

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