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Allow Morgan Freeman to teach you about zombie ants, which are totally real -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

If you thought nothing could top Morgan Freeman talking on helium, you might want to reconsider. The June 25 episode of his Science Channel series Through the Wormhole explores the question, “Is a Zombie Apocalypse Possible?” Frightened? As Freeman told EW earlier this month, you don’t really have to be: “This whole thing with zombies is BS, for the most part. However, there is another side to that one coin: There are zombies, at least in the insect world.”

Watch a sneak peek below to learn how an ant foraging for food can pick up a spore of the colloquially-termed “zombie ant fungus”—which multiplies, infects its brain, and releases mind-controlling chemicals. It’s equal parts amazing and horrifying, so feel free to rewind. We’ve made a GIF to haunt you. READ FULL STORY

Science and Discovery Channels partner for Google Lunar XPRIZE competition

If all goes well with the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition, we’ll be seeing an unmanned spacecraft land on the moon before the end of 2015 — and we’ll be seeing it on Discovery Channel and Science Channel,  the two networks partnering together to air the process of getting that craft on the moon from start to finish.

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'The Walking Dead:' Showrunner Scott Gimple does a deep dive on Sunday's shocking episode

It was the episode that set social media on fire. And now Walking Dead showrunner Scott M. Gimple breaks down the heart-wrenching episode that was “The Grove.” [SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead.] READ FULL STORY

'Fringe': Science Channel to re-air all five seasons

Good news for all Observers! Starting next week, Science Channel will air three full hours of Fringe every Tuesday night. These nights of reruns will begin with a special message from John Noble, who plays brilliant mad scientist Walter Bishop; by 2013, the network will have re-aired the sci-fi series in its entirety.

The great Fringe rewatch begins Nov. 20 at 8 p.m., when the series’ two-hour pilot and first regular episode will play. Science will then air Fringe‘s full first season during daylong marathons on Nov. 23 and Nov. 24. Season 2 starts airing the following week. Even those with piles of Fringe DVDs may want to tune in: the Fringeblock’s commercial breaks will feature episodes of “Science of Fringe,” a short-form series in which real scientists will examine “phenomena such as time travel, dream sharing and parallel universes,” according to a release.

Read more:
‘Fringe’ recap: Topsy-Turvy
‘Firefly: Browncoats Unite’: Nathan Fillion reveals a great unproduced script idea — EXCLUSIVE
‘Mythbusters’ to do ‘Breaking Bad’-themed episode with Aaron Paul and Vince Gilligan — EXCLUSIVE

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