If you've been missing the, the former host has returned to TV with a new maker series called .
The eight-episode Science Channel series features Savage making epic creations like a 3D-printed titanium suit of armor inspired by the Iron Man films and actually flies.
Each Savage Builds episode will focus on one project as Savage collaborates with experts, colleagues and friends who include filmmaker Peter Jackson, actor Gary Oldman, and, to name a few.
In the premiere episode, Savage calls on, the inventor and chief test pilot of the Gravity Jet Suit, which is powered by five 1,000-horsepower mini jet engines, to help get Savage's titanium Marvel Studios' Iron Man-inspired suit to actually fly.
In another episode, Savage will attempt to create a working version of one of history's most notorious engineering failures -- the British military's World War II rocket-propelled explosive weapon, the Great Panjandrum. NASA engineer Adam Steltzner is on hand to help Savage with the design.
Savage also forges his own version of King Arthur's legendary sword Excalibur -- using the iron from a meteorite; builds a multi-functional weapon inspired by the classic film Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson to see his WWI fighter planes collection and perform a high-tech and high-flying aerial plane dogfight.with help from actor ; and visits
Savage Builds debuts on June 12 on Science Channel and later on Discovery.