A favorite with science enthusiasts, the Weird But True! show is back! Charlie Engelman and Carly Ciarrocchi continue their journey while exploring nature.
Episodes of Weird But True series have never failed to arouse our curiosity. The show includes real experiments and outdoor exploration that lead us to cool new facts. This famous children’s show was one of the most interesting programs on National Geographic and for good reason! And now, the new episodes on Disney+ seem even more exciting!
The award-winning show has made its mark on viewers with its unique theme. It’s entertaining presentation, mind-blowing facts, and weekly guest appearances by renowned scientists make the show one of it’s kind.
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The last episode focuses on good hygiene habits in wake of Covid-19. Charlie and Carly set out to the Germfree Laboratories followed by the Mushroom Mountain to give viewers an idea of the topic. The episode gave important information regarding the spread of germs and what we can do to combat this. It was probably the most entertaining show on the grim topic.
The upcoming episode is a must watch for photography lovers. We all know that Charlie and Carly suck at photography at the moment. But we are mistaken if we thought they’d give up! In this episode, our favorite duo will head out to Berkeley to learn the art of photography. And they’ll learn it from none other than the National Geographic photographer Anand Varma.
They’ve got goals too. Charlie and Carly intend to create a combo a combo of paper art and photography and present it at this year’s gala! While you help make it this year’s hit, the duo will introduce us to the secrets of photography as an art. We’ve also heard that the following episode that is to be aired on 18 September will be on trains. The duo will travel to Pennsylvania to visit the Steamtown. No wonder the show has become a fan favorite!
Weird But True! Season 3: Review
Episodes of Weird But True have the magic to keep kids glued to the show even when it explains science. One reason might be the excellent use of props by the entertaining Charlie and Carly. Season 3 incorporates a few improvements to make the show more rewarding.
Unlike the previous seasons that simplified the concepts of science with art, season 3 includes a new approach. All episodes focus on practical experience and encourage kids to explore it themselves. The show gives importance to kids finding out things by themselves while talking to experts and asking questions. While hands-on experience is definitely beneficial, this might come as a challenge to parents who are wary of sending their kids out in the midst of the pandemic.
Nevertheless, the show is a boon to parents across the globe. It helps develop a questioning attitude in children while debunking myths surrounding the subject. And of course, it also helps keep kids entertained and educated.
We heard that the upcoming episodes will include interesting new topics. There’s going to be one on venomous animals. We’ll have to wait to see how it turns out.