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Pathbreaking show ‘Curiosity’ to premiere on Discovery Channel

To uncover some of life’s biggest questions, Multi-million dollar production ‘CURIOSITY’ to air from October 17th

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | September 21, 2011

Discovery Channel, has announced its new landmark series ‘Curiosity’ to uncover the truths behind life’s most challenging questions. The series premieres on Discovery Channel from October 17, every Monday at 8 pm.

Envisioned by Discovery's iconic founder John Hendricks, this special series captures the fundamental sense of wonder and presents an engaging visualisation of the minds' search for answers. Produced with a budget of $1 million per episode, ‘Curiosity’ leaves no stone unturned in the quest for answers.

It is designed to tackle fundamental questions and underlying mysteries of our time in fields such as space, biology, geology, medicine, physics, technology, nature, archaeology, history and the human mind. For instance, what would it be like if you could live forever? What would happen if aliens attacked? Is there a parallel universe?  How will the world end?

Commenting on the series, Rahul Johri, Senior Vice-president and General Manager - Asia-Pacific, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific, said, “Discovery Channel through its programmes empowers viewers to explore their world. Embarking on a fascinating voyage of discovery, the channel brings this new landmark series that goes to extreme lengths to seek answers to underlying mysteries of our lives.”

‘Curiosity’ delves into a world of questions posed by well-known personalities including world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman investigating the possibility of a parallel universe, MythBusters’ Adam Savage testing if we can really live forever, award-winning filmmaker Morgan Spurlock seeing if living as a primitive caveman would actually improve our health, and Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe revealing the hidden live organisms that call our bodies home.

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