Bill Nye is well known for his 1990s PBS show Bill Nye the Science Guy. Bill Nye, the TV celebrity and environmentalist, is back with The End Is Nye.
The six-episode series follows Emmy Award winner Nye as he enters the world’s most dangerous global calamities, which include both natural and man-made disasters. As Nye stated in a Peacock statement, he is looking forward to the series release.
“Right now, our planet is a very terrifying place, and yet full of opportunity to make life better for all of us for everyone on Earth. Speaking of Earth, the central notion of The End Is Nye is that, for the first time in our planet’s history, we humans have control over our fate. We can see the potential for these massive tragedies and have the means to prevent them. We can transform the world with science.”
Everything you need to know about The End is Nye is right here.
Where To Watch The End Is Nye?
If you live in the United States, you can watch this intriguing new apocalyptic docuseries with Bill Nye with only a Peacock subscription.
Setting up an account is simple; all you have to do is enter your personal information and select your desired plan. As soon as you pay for the service, you can begin watching the show. We should also add that Peacock has a free tier, however, The End Is Nye will not be available without a premium subscription.
Peacock Premium is $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year, but if you don’t want ads, you may upgrade to Premium Plus. You will pay $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year in this situation. Customers of Xfinity, Spectrum and Cox can obtain the Peacock Premium tier for free.
What is The End Is Nye About?
We travel alongside Nye as he delves into the most deadly aspects of each calamity and then deconstructs the science underlying each one, from tornadoes to viruses and asteroids. Each episode demonstrates survival techniques and how they might even be avoided with the help of viewers.
“The End Is Nye is a relationship show; it’s about our relationship with nature and how it may end in absolute devastation,” says the show’s writer, director, and executive producer, Brannon Braga.
“It’s also about how science may help that relationship survive and develop. Yes, The End Is Nye is terrifying, but our purpose is to improve human confidence by providing a much-needed injection of optimism about the future and scientific understanding.”
Braga co-created the show with Seth MacFarlane, a scientific advocate, actor, and creator of the animated sitcom Family Guy.
The End Is Nye Trailer
The trailer for The End is now available. Nye shows Bill welcoming viewers to The Calamity Institute for his new docuseries and offers us a preview of Bill taking on six different world-ending disaster events to demonstrate how science may save the earth. Check it out: