R.I.P. Snuffy the Seal.
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R.I.P. Snuffy the Seal.
R.I.P. to the three members of "Storm Chasers" who were killed on Friday by tornadoes.
Discovery Channel's "Naked and Afraid" will fulfill all your vagina fishing needs.
Nik Wallenda, the "King of the High Wire," is going to try to cross the Grand Canyon on a tightrope, and Discovery Channel will air it live.
Last night on the series premiere of the Discovery Channel show 'Curiosity,' the cable network worked with an award-winning production studio to crash an actual Boeing 727 because f-ck you crashing sh-t is cool GO USA. Also, for science. But mostly that first thing.
There is going to be a show on the Discovery Channel titled 'How Booze Built America,' hosted by Mike Rowe (aka Outdoorsy Jon Hamm). This is a good thing.
Discovery Channel's Shark Week was invented 25 years ago by three executives who were brainstorming ideas at a bar after work.
Shark Week is nearly over, and we aren't going to let an opportunity to post funny shark pictures pass us by.
REMINDER: Sharks are terrifying and the ocean is full of monsters.
"Sons of Anarchy" showrunner Kurt Sutter has signed on with the Discovery Channel to produce a gritty reality show about some of the world's most notorious gangs and criminal organizations -- told from the perspective of the criminals themselves -- and he is setting the bar mighty high.
As I'm sure you all know, last night marked the beginning of Shark Week on Discovery -- a solid seven days of ocean-based terror and excitement.
Discovery Channel is teaming up with the Catholic Church to create a reality show about exorcisms.
Prepare to have your delicate sensibilities offended, because what you see on the Discovery Channel's "Cash Cab" is NOT THE WAY IT ACTUALLY HAPPENS.
James Lee, the <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2010/09/here-are-the-discovery-hostage-takers-insane-and-retarded-demands" target="_self">extreme environmentalist</a> who <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2010/09/yikes-hostage-taken-at-discovery-hq" target="_self">took hostages</a> at the Discovery Networks headquarters before being <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2010/09/rip-james-lee-discovery-gunman" target="_self">shot to death</a> yesterday, had previously pitched a reality show to Discovery that the cable channel rejected.
Here's amateur footage of the 2008 protest where <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2010/09/yikes-hostage-taken-at-discovery-hq" target="_self">Discovery hostage-taker James Lee</a> threw money into a crowd, a stunt for which he was soon arrested and later sentenced to probation.
While the hostage scenario at Discovery Networks headquarters is still ongoing, more details are beginning to emerge about the gunman and his demands.
Ultimate Air Jaws / Into the Shark Bite (Discovery, Sunday) -- These two one-hour programs kick off Shark Week.
Shark Week doesn't start until August 1st, but Discovery Networks' headquarters building in Silver Spring, Maryland is already decked out in honor of the channel's biggest week, which will be <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2010/06/craig-ferguson-to-host-shark-week" target="_self">hosted by Craig Ferguson</a> this year.
This is the cold open to last night's "Late Late Show," in which Craig Ferguson announces via hand puppet that he'll be the host of Discovery Channel's Shark Week this year.
(Photoshop aside, where are the parents.