Released - 01.01.1970
NOVA is a veteran documentary and biography TV program that is created by Michael Ambrosino and produced by Paula Apsell. Season 1 of the series came out on the PBS network (Downton Abbey) on March 3, 1974 and has run 44 cycles.
Since 1974 NOVA has touched upon all kinds of subjects, including history, art, biology, physics and astronomy. Such topics as Meditation and the Mind, The Case of the Bermuda Triangle, The Great Wine Revolution and lots of others have been covered in the series, which has shown more than 840 episodes. Jay O. Sanders (2007-now), Lance Lewman, Craig Sechler, among others, performed as narrators. Several outstanding personalities visited NOVA as guests: Corey Johnson, Eric Meyers, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Seth Lloyd, Tom Shachtman, etc.
Being the longest-running science program in the US, NOVA has enjoyed lots of awards including a spoonful of News & Documentary Emmy Awards in different categories in different years and 2003 Primetime Emmy as Outstanding Cinematography for Non-Fiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera). The audience likes NOVA because it provides true information in the form of bright and gripping series.
No wonder, the renewal decision for season 44, which was released in January 2017, came as no surprise. Now we are expecting season 45 release of this educating and engaging documentary program.
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