"Short-Attention-Span Science" is a television series that airs on the Science Channel.

This unabashedly proud series answers science's most curious questions — in 163 seconds (or less). Why 163 seconds? Well, studies indicate humans now have shorter attention spans and the average length of a video on the internet is exactly 163 seconds, so it seems the perfect length to unravel the mysteries of String Theory or explain why we have an appendix.

Every episode will be a wild ride through the halls of science and information. The series takes the irreverent and endlessly sharable spirit of the internet and given it amazing footage and fancy graphics. It's fun. It's clever. It's beautiful. It's mind-blowing. Every episode is like a perfectly curated late-night web search. The show just saves you the trouble of clicking. Because who has time for that?


Network: Science Channel
Genre: Reality
Premiere Date: 2016
Seasons: 1

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