Nature is gross.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Oh good, an entire summer of sharks. What could go wrong?
The new boss at the Discovery Channel says not to expect any more misleading shark documentaries or "Eaten Alive"-style stunt shows.
Discovery has come forward with a statement after millions of television viewers were duped with their 'Eaten Alive' special.
After last night's "Eaten Alive" debacle, here are some more ideas Discovery can use for "event" specials.
Did you get tricked into watching Discovery's 'Eaten Alive' last night? Trust us, you're not alone!
At least now we know what being eaten by a giant snake looks like.
Finally, some insight into the completely bonkers Discovery special, 'Eaten Alive.'
Yes, Seth Rogen and James Franco are actually going to be on Discovery's "Naked & Afraid." Here's a short teaser for proof.
A petition calling for Discovery to cancel its "Eaten Alive" special has reached 25,000 signatures.
No, this has nothing to do with Celebgate.
Shark Week continues to make fake documentaries based on interviews with by scientists they lied to. Okay!
Rob Lowe shows that he's a master of the most vicious fish in the world, as he rides two great whites in a new Shark Week promo.
Discovery Channel's latest Shark Week commercial introduces the world to the King of Summer, who rides sharks like water skis.
Hmmm, where have I seen this before?
'Sharknado Week' has been announced to usher in the sequel to last year's surprise hit, as well as Roger Corman's latest effort.
WHO LET SHARKS START GLOWING? I WANT NAMES.
Discovery Communications has just purchased an unspecified stake in DogTV, which has been operating until now as a digital television channel for dogs.
A network best known for airing science things is about to start running a show about fat people racing cars. Things in the television world are going great.
Richard Madden tried to pee in the snow on the set of "Klondike." It did not go well.