The Emmy-nominated series MythBusters aims to uncover the truth behind popular myths and legends by mixing scientific method with gleeful curiosity and plain old-fashioned ingenuity to create a signature style of experimentation. Inspiring a generation to inquire, interact, and get involved with science, MythBusters uses a signature brand of explosive experimentation to prove or disprove popular myths, misconceptions, or legends. Over the years, the team has tested hundreds of myths, filmed over 7900 hours, created 840 explosions, and used 56,500 yards of duct tape.
MythBusters will explode back on to Science Channel this fall with all-new episodes and an all new-team. Brian Louden and Jon Lung, who earned the right to be called MythBusters by displaying killer build skills and science smarts during MythBusters: The Search, will showcase their awesome talents by building and executing new experiments involving rocket-powered swords, exploding gas tanks, airbag disasters and more. The new 14-episode season of MythBusters will debut on Wednesday, November 15 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.