Discovery’s Curiosity answers those awkward questions

23 Sep,2011

By A Correspondent

Non-fiction entertainment biggieDiscovery Channel has announced its new landmark series Curiosity, which seeks to uncover the truths behind life’s most challenging questions. These include: What it would be like if you could live forever? What would happen if aliens attacked? Is there a parallel universe?  How will the world end? Why is sex fun?

The new special series, scheduled to start airing on October 17 every Monday at 8pm, captures the fundamental sense of wonder and present an engaging visualization of our minds’ search for answers.  Curiosity is designed to tackle the fundamental questions and underlying mysteries of our time in fields such as space, biology, geology, medicine, physics, technology, nature, archaeology, history and the human mind.

Commenting on the series, Mr Rahul Johri, senior vice president and general manager – Asia-Pacific, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific said, “Discovery Channel through its programmes empowers viewers to explore their world.  Embarking on a fascinating voyage of discovery, the channel brings a new landmark series ‘Curiosity’ that goes to extreme lengths to seek surprising answers to underlying mysteries of our lives. From the micro to the macro, ‘Curiosity’ delves into most enduring and insightful subjects.”

Intel, the sponsor of Curiosity, will use the series as a global marketing platform in more than 40 countries, with key partnership elements. Curiosity will premiere this year on Discovery Channel in the United States and in more than 210 countries and territories around the world including Latin America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific.

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