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New season of ‘Science of Stupid’ premieres 11 July on NGC
MUMBAI: Infotainment broadcaster National Geographic Channel is back with a new season of ‘Science of Stupid’. The show kicks off at 9 pm on 11 July. It will air Monday to Friday at 9 pm.
The new season will continue to showcase the most spectacular, painful and stupidest user generated clips ever recorded from all over the world. However, in a new twist this season, the host Manish Paul will be seen in a double role. Apart from playing himself, the host who explains the science behind the misadventures , he will also play the role of an inquisitive ‘Q’, a young science enthusiast full of questions and his own quirky interpretations of scientific concepts.
The camaraderie between these two characters will look to add a new dimension to the show.
The show is part of Nat Geo’s library of smart entertainment that seeks to make science fun, explaining the scientific concepts in an entertaining manner. From biking stunts gone wrong to people slipping on wet floor, ‘Science of Stupid’ explains the physics, chemistry and biology behind the stupidity that resulted in some of the most mindboggling misadventures.
The new season promises to be another exhilarating mix of Manish Paul’s humour with some amazing scientific concepts. It not only has user generated footage of some incredible mishaps, but also combines remarkable animation sequences with stunning slow-motion photography to explain the stunts.
Paul said, “This new season will be like no other you would have seen earlier! With the double role aspect, I am hoping that the show is an even more enjoyable, humorous and makes you fall off your seats. Apart from being incredibly entertaining, the series showcases some really interesting science theories and make people understand the logic behind some of the stupidest and simplest stunts.”