Classic TV Reruns on Hoopla Digital: Science

Use your library card to check out full episodes of these classic TV shows from Hoopla Digital. Television episodes checkout for 72 hours (3 days) at a time, and a total of 10 titles can be checked out each month. Start your trip down memory lane today with the families from these classic shows, and be sure to check out all of the other fun and exciting materials offered from Hoopla Digital.

Mr. Wizzard's World
In this iconic Nickelodeon kids science show from the 1980s, Don Herbert (Mr. Wizard) and several children explore and discover what makes the world tick.
Bill Bye the Science Guy
With more than 28 Emmys ® and a slew of other prestigious awards, Disney's resident way-cool scientist knows how to get kids fired up about science. Whether you're learning about earth science or engaging in a complex discussion about genetics, Bill Nye's enthusiasm for all things science is contagious.
Show Me Science
The award-winning, Show Me Science series, is an excellent in-class, library or home schooling tool for introducing the wonders of science. Each title uses incredible
visuals to help build a solid understanding of the scientific discipline behind the topic. The programs show everyday real–life application of the subject and how we are
all affected by advancements in science and technology, often in ways we never realize. Show Me Science covers oceanography, animal life, astronomy, biology, chemistry, health science, earth science, technology, environmental sciences, physics and more.
NOVA
Seen in more than 100 countries, NOVA is the most watched science based television series in the world and the most watched documentary series on PBS. It is also one of television's most acclaimed series, having won many major television awards, most of them many times over.

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