Grant Imahara, an electrical engineer and former host on the Discovery Channel show "Mythbusters" has died at 49, a spokesperson for Discovery has confirmed to Variety. "We are heartbroken to hear this sad news about Grant. He was an important part of our Discovery family and a really wonderful man. Our thoughts and prayers go […]
The "MythBusters" team attempts to prove that it is possible to beat a police spike strip during a pursuit, as seen in the hit movie "Baby Driver."
They explored whether or not an action hero can jump off a building while being tied to something, shoot through a window, and safely land inside several stories below.
"Mythbusters" returned for a new season on a new channel with new hosts. And dummies lose their heads as the new hosts bust a myth.
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New hosts Brian Louden and Jon Lung use a synthetic cadaver to test the damage an airbag can do to a front-seat passenger whose feet are on the dashboard.
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Kari Byron and Tory Belleci were part of the Mythbusters team, but now they’re hosts of White Rabbit Project on Netflix. The pair, without co-host Grant Imahara, were on Today to conduct a little experiment with Kathie Lee Gifford. It was mind control! Sort of.
The next generation of Mythbusters is coming — we just don’t know who they are yet. The original Mythbusters series did the classic James Bond upward-flying ejector seat, but this version has a few extra parameters — not the least of which is the competition element.
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MythBusters will sign off after one final season, premiering Jan. 9, the network confirmed today. “Making MythBusters has fundamentally and irrevocably altered the way I think as a person, as an artist, and as a scientist. I will miss making this show,” co-host Adam Savage said in the announcement. Added co-host Jamie Hyneman, “I never dreamed we would be on television at all, much less for such a long time and with so much praise for keeping a thought provoking show on the air.