Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman prove that maybe it's not quite so easy to get cats to do what you want. Then again, maybe they just didn't have enough fish flakes on hand.
The "MythBusters" team takes on Ewok battle tactics, the risky Princess Leia rescue, and a smelly snow survival trick using a dead tauntaun. Savage and gang dish "Star Wars" to Crave's Bonnie Burton.
At new show, which opens this weekend in San Jose, Calif., fans of the hit Discovery Channel show can explore some of the most famous myths, and try busting a few for themselves.
A test involving live cannon fire for the popular TV show "Mythbusters" went awry when a cannonball blasted through a nearby neighborhood. KPIX-TV in San Francisco aired this report.
To get (and give) some sense of perspective, reader Matt Pressnall creates a map that traces the route taken by the "Mythbusters" runaway cannonball.
The now-famous cannonball incident is just the latest in a long string of experiments gone wrong on the hit Discovery Channel show. Of course, no one ever gets injured--except the show's hosts.
In an experiment gone awry, a cannonball aimed at water containers on a bomb disposal range misses its target and rips through a suburban house, before coming to rest in a minivan.
As part of an episode of the hit show that will tackle the question of whether men or women are better at a series of tasks, its hosts put 120 volunteers through various tasks. CNET was on hand to find out who's better at packing.
Q&A After years of successfully busting myths on one of Discovery Channel's most popular shows, Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman are adding a new show to the mix.
The Discovery Channel has given the thumbs-up to a new show to be executive produced by Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman. In a tweet this morning, Savage called the show his and Hyneman's "new sooper secret project."