New seasons of Strange Evidence, What on Earth? coming to Science Channel and discovery+

Strange Evidence -- Courtesy of Discovery/Science Channel
Strange Evidence -- Courtesy of Discovery/Science Channel /

Do you love all things strange? Science Channel and discovery+ are bringing new seasons of Strange Evidence and What on Earth? You’re not going to want to miss out.

Sometimes, we have to wonder if the world is going to get any weirder than it already is. The last 12 months have been a rollercoaster of events. Does anyone know what did happen to those murder hornets? (discovery+ has a special about that, by the way!)

Well, it’s time to delve into the weirdness even more. Both Science Channel and discovery+ are going to take us deeper into the world of things that go bump in the night. Thursday nights are soon going to be all about the mysterious.

Strange Evidence and What on Earth? new seasons premiere this month

It all starts with new episodes of Strange Evidence. The new season premieres on Thursday, March 11 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

The season picks up off the back of the first season, telling more stories of the events that have baffled even the greatest of experts. There is always new forensic analysis popping up. There is always footage to break down.

Scientists will take time to inspect the unexplained footage and, well, try to offer explanations.

Take a look at a sneak peek for Strange Evidence before it premieres.

Stay tuned in after Strange Evidence for new episodes of What on Earth?. The series follows experts who have used satellites orbiting the Earth to look for anything that is unexplained.

There are all sorts of bizarre phenomena happening. Inaccessible caves have bones, bizarre concrete structures have formed in the Baltic sea, and so much more. It’s time to figure out if there’s something scientific or if these events are signs of extra-terrestrial life.

One of the episodes will focus on something strange happening in Arizona, United States. It’s covered in trees and greenery except for one section, which is bare except for circles. What are these circles? Why are they there? What do they mean?

Take a look at at a sneak peek of the series to get ready for the mysterious event:

Watch on discovery+ as well

You don’t have to wait for the shows to premiere on Science Channel. Get discovery+ and you’ll be able to watch both Strange Evidence and What on Earth? on the streaming platform during the day.

Episodes will still drop on Thursdays starting March 11, but you’ll get to watch ahead of the premieres on Science Channel. You’ll also be able to watch them afterward as much as you want. It’s the perfect way to get into the details of these mysteries.

WAG Entertainment produces Strange Evidence for Science Channel with WAG Entertainment’s Mark Carter as executive producer. Wyatt Channell is executive producer for Science Channel.

Wag TV produces What on Earth? for Science Channel, with Nick Patterson and Martin Durkin as executive producers for Wag TV. Neil Laird is executive producer for Science Channel.

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Strange Evidence and What on Earth? premiere on March 11 on discovery+ and Science Channel.