MythBusters Explore Zombie Questions Tonight

What would happen if there really was a zombie invasion? That’s the topic the MythBusters explore tonight (9 p.m. CT) in a “Walking Dead”-themed Zombie Special on Discovery Channel. With help from former “Walking Dead” star Michael Rooker, the MythBusters will answer a variety of zombie-apocalyptic questions, such as “How do those shuffling corpses always seem to catch up to their living prey?”

Discovery Channel is available to all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.

‘Mythbusters’ Challenge ‘Breaking Bad’ Science

 

Things get volatile tonight (9 p.m. CT, Discovery Channel) when the “MythBusters meet “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan and star Aaron Paul to test some chemistry behind the popular AMC drama. The team recreates two iconic, acidic scenes to see if the science truly holds up or melts down.

Discovery Channel and AMC are available to all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.

Tonight: ‘Mythbusters’ Looks at Gender

On tonight’s new “MythBusters” episode, “Battle of the Sexes, Part 2,” the team will test a few gender generalizations. 

Tune in at 8 p.m. (CT) to find out whether women really are better multi-taskers; whether men who are lost really refuse to ask for directions; and which gender is better at parallel parking.

Discovery Channel is available to all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.

Discovery Goes Brainy All Night

Get your science on by tuning in to Discovery Channel tonight.  Starting at 7 p.m. (CT) you can cheer on competing scientists and inventors with a new episode of “The Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius,” followed by “Outrageous Acts of Science.” Then stay put for a new episode of “MythBusters.” 

On “Big Brain Theory,” competitors take on an Olympian challenge: design a robot that can tackle three athletic events.

“Outrageous Acts of Science” takes science to the streets, as amateur and professional scientists conduct experiments and post their exploits online, competing with other backyard scientists to go bigger and bolder.

“MythBusters” burns rubber at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway testing racing myths.

Discovery Channel is available to all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.