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    Science Channel “Lost City of the Monkey God,” a documentary that explores the same subject of Dougles Preston’s New York Times bestselling book, premieres Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT on the Science Channel. If you don’t have cable, here are some different ways you can watch a live stream of “Lost City of the Monkey God” online:Heavy may earn an affiliate commission if you sign up via a link on this pagePhilo TVYou can watch a live stream of Science Channel and 60-plus other TV channels on Philo TV, which comes with a seven-day free trial: Philo Free Trial Once signed up for Philo, you can watch “Lost City of the Monkey God” live on the Philo app, which is available on your Roku, Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV or Firestick, Apple TV, Chromecast (compatible on Android mobile), any device with Android TV (such as a Sony TV or Nvidia Shield), iPhone, Android phone, iPad or Android tablet. You can also watch on your computer on the Philo website. If you can’t watch live, Philo allows you...
    Every ‘Squid Game’ Costume and What You Need to Rock Them Trevor Bauer breaks silence, says hell be rolling out baseball content on his YouTube channel Refi With No Hidden Fees/Points – As Low as 1.93% APR Ad Microsoft Spend $500, Pocket $200 Fast with This Top Card Ad Microsoft Refi Rates at 1.93% APR. Do you qualify? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/26 SLIDES © Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images The 25 best episodes of 'Mystery Science Theater 3000' In the not-too-distant future, a man and some robots sat in space and made fun of cheesy movies. That is the simple premise of “Mystery Science Theater 3000.” However, the show, a cult classic, mined so much glorious comedy out of that. Whether...
    (CBS Local)– On Sunday, September 6, a new six docu-series premieres on Smithsonian Channel called “The Curious Life and Death Of…” where Dr. Lindsey Fitzharris re-examines the mysterious deaths of people like Pablo Escobar, Harry Houdini, Brittany Murphy and Brian Jones. Dr. Fitzharris is a medical historian with a doctorate from Oxford and hopes people can learn about the context around some of the most famous deaths ever and some stories history has forgotten about. “The show has a bit of everything. It’s forensic science, it’s true crime and it’s a bit of history, which I love because I’m a historian,” said Dr. Fitzharris in an interview with CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith. “We look at the curious deaths of people in the past. One of the episodes that we’re doing this Sunday is reopening the case against Lizzie Borden, who allegedly took an axe in 1892 and killed her father and stepmother. She was actually acquitted in 1893 by an all-male jury who couldn’t conceive that a woman would do this. Lizzie Borden had no blood on her when the police...
    Where to stream Science Channel Philo Free Trial $20 Hulu Live TV Free Trial $54.99 – $60.99 per month Sling TV Free Trial $30 – $45 per month Fubo TV Free Trial $54.99 – $84.99 per month Click here for more information The Science Channel straddles a curious line. On the one hand, it boasts the kind of shows you’d expect from… well, a science channel. It hosts Mythbusters Jr., the STEM-promoting spin-off of the beloved long-running Mythbusters. It’s a show that seeks to feed kids’ interest in science and math—with explosions. The venerable, oddly soothing How It’s Made calls the Science Channel home, as does Tomorrow’s World Today, the sustainability-focused docuseries spun off from the BBC’s Tomorrow’s World. You can catch shows about engineering disasters and skyscraper engineering. The long-running How the Universe Works is a fascinating exploration of the cosmos. Then, there’s also NASA’s Unexplained Files, a program presumably very much not authorized by NASA, which dives into hard-hitting topics in episodes with titles like “Did Aliens Nuke Mars?” Truly, the Science...
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