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June 18, 2020

Welcome home, Nick Offerman!


We’ve all been spending a lot of time at home over the last few months… so it’s the perfect time to talk about what makes a house a home. Join us for a globetrotting and time-traveling journey with the best tour guide ever! The History of Home Narrated by Nick Offerman premieres June 18th, exclusively on CuriosityStream! That’s right, the one and only Rob Swanson from Parks and Recreation… and just like his character on TV, Nick is a master woodworker and a supremely funny guy. So come along for insider access to some of the world’s most iconic locations — from caves to castles, from “Downton Abbey” to presidential homes, and to the remarkable homes of tomorrow. It’s a CuriosityStream original 3-part series.

 

 

Even if you’re not going too far from home this summer… you can still explore one of the most iconic modes of transportation. Train travel has long been a unique starting point to discover a country. In every episode of On The Rails, hop onboard an emblematic train to meet the fascinating people and explore the breathtaking destinations along the way.

 

Go a little further away and get up close and personal with Hayabusa 2, the space probe that’s hurtling back to earth after a dramatic rendezvous with an asteroid. Scientists are looking for any clues to the origins of life. Could the answers turn up on a seemingly cold and dead rock? Go behind the scenes of the mission in the CuriosityStream 2-part series Asteroids: The Source of Life?

 

 

And there’s more science fun for all ages with Nigel Latta Blows Stuff Up. Nigel’s known for taking it to the next level, going to any extreme. Burning down a house? Getting hit with 10 thousand volts of electricity? He’s doing it all in the name of science, and guaranteed, your kids (and you) are going to love watching (and learning!)

 

Later this month, take a trip back in time to find out if a 75-million-year-old dinosaur skull can unlock the mystery of dinosaur DNA in Breakthrough: Raising Dinos From The Dead.

 

And for history fans, Cold War, Hot Jets explores the most sought-after technology that became the focus of intense rivalry and one-upmanship between superpowers.

 

Check out everything coming your way in June on CuriosityStream and #GetCurious!

 

 

June 4th

 

Bright Now — Lionfish: Alien of the Sea 

Britain’s Outlaws: Highwaymen, Pirates and Rogues  

Nigel Latta Blows Stuff Up

Bright Now: Wolves and Tanks: Resurgence of the German Wolf 

 

June 11th

 

Asteroids: The Source of Life?

Cold War, Hot Jets

Bright Now: The Iberian Lynx: Saving the World’s Most Endangered Cat

Bright Now: First In the Sky

 

June 18th

 

The History of Home Narrated by Nick Offerman

On The Rails

Bright Now: Women with ADHD

Beyond Cold

 

June 25th

 

Space Phenomena

The Story of Wales

Gander International: The Airport in the Middle of Nowhere

The Perseus Survivor

Breakthrough: Raising Dinos From The Dead

 

 

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