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Bill Nye Is Going to Save Us All

After what seems like way too long, Bill Nye has returned- and he’s going to save the freakin world. Needless to say, I absolutely believe him.

With quite a few “alternative facts” going around lately, there’s nothing like some good old fashioned education to set us straight. Thankfully Bill Nye is back to help us once again, with science. What a gracious man. Pretty soon the future generation may not even have to attend formal schooling anymore, if we can have other big wigs in the learning world follow suit.

In what looks like a combo of his old show and “Zoom!” (does anyone else remember that???), The Science Guy is schooling us on tons of topics– even sex. So basically, they’re still targeting my age group. Thank goodness, we need it. The show will also feature some special guests, and I’m already excited since I saw Alton Brown in the lineup. I can see the exploding meals happening already.

He’s working with a bigger team, too– about 5 qualified correspondents have been recruited, most of them being women with STEM degrees/experience! I’ll be sure to tune in ASAP.

Feel free to check out the trailer here, and let me know what you think!

Bill Nye Saves the World will premiere on Netflix in April.

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  • CJ

    Actress, Singer, Writer, and aspiring Jack of all trades. Surviving the insanity that is Florida for 20-something years. Cute but dangerous.

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