Johnny Galecki’s ‘SciJinks’ Premieres On May 16 On Science Channel
The show is hosted by Johnny Galecki who orchestrates a team of inventive scientists who use science to feed people’s minds and to mess with their heads will premiere on Wednesday, May 16 at 10 pm ET/ PT.
The show combines cutting-edge science with don’t-try-these-at-home stunts and practical jokes on regular folks. The series is comprised of eight 30-minute episodes designed to highlight science and make you laugh.
Galecki is joined by science prankologists Tamara Robertson and Jason Latimer and together they test out science on unsuspecting marks. The team takes its science pranks from the hard-boiled disciplines of chemistry, physics, technology, engineering, etc. The series says it will show never-before-seen pranks that will introduce audiences to remarkable and unusual scientific discoveries. Who doesn’t love a scientific discovery?
The show humanizes science and ties it to things we do every day, like cooking which illustrates chemical reactions.
Galecki is best known for his roles on two hugely popular television series, Roseanne and The Big Bang Theory. Galecki has garnered an Emmy and Golden Globe nomination, along with those from the Critic’s Choice Awards, People’s Choice Awards and four consecutive ensemble nominations by the Screen Actors Guild Awards, among others. Along with numerous television movies, his credits include guest roles on My Name is Earl and Entourage, as well as lending his voice to such animated series as American Dad! and Family Guy.
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