Nova season 51TV-PG 1974 DOCUMENTARY 51 SEASONS

Returning Series

Nova on PBS


8.7 3,059 votes

Current show status: PBS premiered the 51st season of Nova in January. The official release date was Wednesday, January 31, 2024.

NOVA is a documentary series that dives deep into the fascinating world of science. It’s engaging. Through episodes that unpack the science behind headlines, the series makes science and technology easy to understand and shows us the humans behind the discoveries.

Each episode explores a new topic. From the mysteries of space to the depths of the oceans, NOVA covers it all. The series features narration by Jay O. Sanders, Craig Sechler, and Stacy Keach.

NOVA is produced by PBS and aims to educate people of all ages about the wonders of science. Whether you’re a curious kid or a grown-up science enthusiast, there’s something in it for everyone. This enriching series boasts the talents of narrators like Jay O. Sanders, Craig Sechler, and Stacy Keach, bringing complex scientific ideas into clearer focus.

Plot → Science documentaries about various topics. – via IMDB.

Nova is rated TV-PG, which means it contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children. Many parents may want to watch it with their younger children. The theme itself may call for parental guidance and/or the program may contain one or more of the following: some suggestive dialogue, infrequent coarse language, some sexual situations, or moderate violence.

Series Info

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Nova ⭐ 8.7

1974 • 980 Episodes

Production: GBH
Network: PBS
Rating: TV-PG
Genres: Documentary
Region: United States, United Kingdom, Japan, France, Australia, Canada

Status: Returning Series

Check out Nova’s official website, IMDb page, and watch the trailer and videos on YouTube.

Where to watch

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Arthur Bannister
Arthur Bannister
Arthur Bannister is the author of the popular movie and TV news blog, Tonights.TV. He has a passion for all things film and television and has been covering the news and happenings in the world of entertainment for about 4 years.


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