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MythBusters on Discovery Channel

It’s a tough job separating truth from urban legend, but the MythBusters on Discovery Channel are here to serve. Each week special-effects experts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman take on three myths and use modern-day science to show you what’s real and what’s fiction in every MythBusters episode.

That’s right, they do more than explain how something may or may not be scientifically possible. Through trial and error they actually demonstrate the Myth Bust

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History of MythBusters:
The concept for the series was first created for the Discovery Channel under the title, Tall Tales or True by Australian writer/producer Peter Rees of Beyond Productions during 2002. Discovery rejected the proposal for Myth Busters initially because they had just commissioned a series on the same topic. Rees refined the pitch to focus on testing key elements of the stories rather than just retelling them.

Discovery agreed to develop and co-produce an initial three episode Mythbusters TV series pilot. Jamie Hyneman was one of a number of special effects artists who was asked to prepare a casting video for network consideration. Rees had interviewed him previously for a segment of the popular science series Beyond 2000 about the British/American robot combat television series Robot Wars.

Adam Savage, who had worked with Hyneman in commercials and on the American robot combat television series BattleBots was asked by Hyneman to help co-host the show because, according to Savage, Hyneman thought himself too uninteresting to host the series on his own.

Source: Wikipedia & Discovery

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