Bill Nye Saves the World
Paul F. Tomkins, Margaret Cho, and Maria Bamford also stop by the kitchen to discuss evolution, climate change, and water wars.
All things in the spirit of exploration as the show preps for a return on December 29.
"Saving the world turns out to be a big, complicated task."
A 1996 segment in which a young woman explains sex chromosomes was cut, but the real reason isn't what the tinfoil hat crowd thought.
The host of Netflix's "Bill Nye Saves the World" isn't afraid to stir up controversy if it helps make the planet better.
The Science Guy’s new Netflix show tackles topics like vaccines, climate change and GMOs with the help of celeb friends.
The host has some fun while putting subjects like climate change and artificial intelligence to the science test, starting this spring.
Exclusive: Thanks to Netflix, get ready for the return of our favorite Science Guy in Spring 2017.
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