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The Hidden Science Of Everything Season 2 Latest Details! –
Connected: The Hidden Science of Everything is a mini-documentary series hosted by Latif Nasser that delves into the world of science. The Netflix original series, which is mildly amusing, premiered on August 2, 2020. Zero Point Zero Production INC. is responsible for its production. Six episodes make up the first season of this docuseries, which has a total of six episodes.
Arianna LaPenne and Alyse Walsh are the directors of the documentary Connected: The Hidden Science of Everything.
In this series, host and scientific journalist Latif Nasser investigates and explains how we have become interconnected with one another and with the rest of the globe.
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Connected: The Hidden Science Of Everything Season 2 Release Date
Even though many fans are anticipating the return of this educational series for a second season, no official statement on renewal has been made. After any renewal announcement has been made, it will still take around a year for the second season to be broadcast due to the amount of time it takes to film each episode.
|Connected: The Hidden Science Of Everything Season 1 Release Date||August 2, 2020|
|Connected: The Hidden Science Of Everything Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced|
Connected: The Hidden Science Of Everything Season 2 Story
If a second season were released, it would probably cover topics that were left unexplored in season 1. This season would also likely consist of 6 episodes.
Connected: The Hidden Science Of Everything Season 1 Recap
A wide range of topics was addressed in depth during the first season, which included interviews with experts on the subject matter. These are the themes that were covered: surveillance, excrement and dust, digits and clouds, and nuclear weapons, in that exact order. During each episode, a specific issue was covered in-depth, including how we interact with it, how we influence it, how we are influenced by it, and so on.
This includes the fact that each of those topics has an impact on virtually every aspect of our lives. Using digits, the host investigates how numerical probability pertains to many topics like music, taxation, social media, and more. The episode named clouds includes an attempt by him to connect the physical cloud of water vapor to the cloud that contains our data. He is unsuccessful. The study of dust reveals that while a single speck of dust may appear inconsequential when it accumulates in vast amounts, it generates oxygen, aids in the fertilization of the rainforest, and is even responsible for reducing the intensity of storms.
Connected: The Hidden Science Of Everything Season 2 Cast
‘Latif Nasser is the host of the show,’ he says. Ainara Sistiago (molecular archaeologist), W. Randall Shump (former senior attorney for the Internal Revenue Service), Catherine Ross (archivist), Gerard Sullivan (operations manager), Emma Baxter (animal researcher), and Alex Wellerstein (atomic weapons historian) are among those who make cameo appearances. Other notable characters include Moussa Abderamane (geologist) and Vincent Thurkettle (gold prospector) (dust specialist).
Christopher Gill, Jeremy Leach, Rick Smith, Peter Alton, and Omar Mullick collaborated on the season 1 cinematography, which was completed by a group of talented individuals. Kishi Bashi is credited with creating the music for all six episodes.
Jared Andrukanis (production executive), Christopher Collins (executive producer), Gretchen Goetz (associate producer), and Marcus D. Grewe (associate producer) are among the other members of the team working on the project (line producer). David Mettler, Latif Nasser, Erik Osterholm, and Lydia Tenaglia serve as executive producers for the project.
In addition to Andrew Ford and Chris Aiola, Jonathan Cianfrani and Michelle Kim are members of the editing team.
Where To Watch Connected: The Hidden Science Of Everything?
The first season of this docuseries is available to watch on Netflix.