The Science Channel has the third season premiere of Alien Encounters at 10:00. The show brings together scientists and sci-fi writers to explore what would happen at the first contact between humans and aliens. Now, we don’t want to be negative but, if the history of the first encounters between various humans is any indication, it probably won’t turn out well (probably for us).
It was 45 years ago today that Apollo 11 landed on the moon (Neil Armstrong walked on the moon six hours later, on July 21, 1969). To mark that historic event, the SyFy channel has Aliens on the Moon: The Truth Exposed, a documentary about that historic landing and one which purports to show evidence of extra-terrestrials on the moon (keep in mind that this is from the SyFy Channel, as in science-fiction), at 9:00.
Our National Park Service turned 100 years old on August 25. To celebrate, the Smithsonian Channel has the special, America’s National Parks at 100, a look at some of those wonderful places and the evolution of the Service, at 8:00
The fourth season premiere of Angry Planet is on Pivot at 10:00. A look at the stark effects of the Earth’s evolving climate as the series visits the world’s most dramatic and extreme natural phenomena. Tonight, Australia is burning up.
The fourth season spring finale of Angry Planet is on Pivot at 7:00 PT/10:00 ET. A look at the stark effects of the Earth’s evolving climate as the series visits the world’s most dramatic and extreme natural phenomena.