NOVA (1974 - )

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Series Info

PBS's premier science-documentary series, which has won six Peabody Awards and more than 20 Emmys (four in 2002 alone) since its 1974 debut. `Nova' clearly, and often engagingly, `demystifies' a vast range of science, technology and history topics---past and present---and doesn't neglect the human aspect of the story. Its many memorable shows include 1983's `The Miracle of Life,' about the conception and development of a fetus (which was remade in 2001); and 2002's `Why the Towers Fell.'

Most Recent Episode

Aired Wed, May 22, 2019

Lost Viking Army
NOVA: Season 46, Lost Viking Army

Next Episode

Wed, July 03, 2019

Black Hole Universe
NOVA: Season 46, Black Hole Universe

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Seasons

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2019, PBS, 16 episodes

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2018, PBS, 18 episodes

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2017, PBS, 21 episodes

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2016, PBS, 22 episodes

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2015, PBS, 23 episodes

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2014, PBS, 23 episodes

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2013, PBS, 22 episodes

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2012, PBS, 16 episodes

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2011, PBS, 18 episodes

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2010, PBS, 19 episodes

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2009, PBS, 14 episodes

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2008, PBS, 19 episodes

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2007, PBS, 21 episodes

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2006, PBS, 20 episodes

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2005, PBS, 18 episodes

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2004, PBS, 18 episodes

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2003, PBS, 17 episodes

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2002, PBS, 17 episodes

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2001, PBS, 19 episodes

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2000, PBS, 21 episodes

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1999, PBS, 20 episodes

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1998, PBS, 19 episodes

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1997, PBS, 20 episodes

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1996, PBS, 20 episodes

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1995, PBS, 23 episodes

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1994, PBS, 21 episodes

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1993, PBS, 20 episodes

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1992, PBS, 20 episodes

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1991, PBS, 21 episodes

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1990, PBS, 20 episodes

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1989, PBS, 21 episodes

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1988, PBS, 22 episodes

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1987, PBS, 21 episodes

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1986, PBS, 21 episodes

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1985, PBS, 22 episodes

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1984, PBS, 21 episodes

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1983, PBS, 21 episodes

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1982, PBS, 20 episodes

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1981, PBS, 22 episodes

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1980, PBS, 20 episodes

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1979, PBS, 19 episodes

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1978, PBS, 21 episodes

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1977, PBS, 19 episodes

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1976, PBS, 20 episodes

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1974, PBS, 17 episodes

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1974, PBS, 13 episodes

Cast

Liev Schreiber
as Narrator
Stacy Keach
as Narrator
Neil Ross
as Narrator
Will Lyman
as Narrator
Richard Donat
as Narrator
Julia Cort
as Narrator
Henry Ian Cusick
as Charles Darwin
Lance Lewman
as Narrator
Bob Ballard
as Narrator
Ian Holm
as Narrator
Robert Krulwich
as Correspondent
Joe Morton
as Narrator
Roy Sheider
as Narrator
Keith David
as Narrator
Scott Handy
as Isaac Newton
Peter Thomas
as Narrator
Gene Galusha
as Narrator
Jamie Effros
as Narrator
Alan Yentob
as Narrator
Al Roker
as Narrator
Robert Krulwich
as Correspondent
Eriq La Salle
as Readings from the Declaration
Jere Shea
as George Soper
William Hootkin
as Methuselah
John Castle
as David Irving
Michael Byrne
as Richard Rampton
Natalie Rose
as Dr. Josephine Baker
Jeremy Clyde
as Judge Gray
Simon Callow
as Galileo Galilei
Laura Nardia
as Maria Celeste
Aidan McArdle
as Albert Einstein
Shirley Henderson
as Mileva Maric
Stephen Robertson
as Michael Faraday
Julian Rhind-Tutt
as Antoine-Laurent Vavoisier
Richard Henshall
as James Clerk Maxwell
Helene de Fougerolles
as Emilie du Chatelet
Emily Woof
as Lise Meitner
Samuel West
as Humphrey Davy
Brendan Styles
as Hermann Einstein
Mike Sarne
as Prof. Fritz Muhlberg
Ty Glaser
as Marie Anne Lavioisier
Philip Herbert
as Count deAmerval
Di Trevis
as Baroness de la Garde
Ian Duncan
as Charles de Breteuil
Richard Mullholland
as Emilie's Tutor
George Layton
as Emilie's Father
Andrew Callaway
as Maupertuis
Chris Jenkinson
as Dr. Heller
Andrew Crabb
as Habicht
Michael Mueller
as Strassman
Simon Tcherniak
as Robert Frisch
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