Neil DeGrasse Tyson is getting a late night National Geographic talk show

Jan 9, 2015

By Josh Lowensohn

Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s foray into television with the reboot of Cosmos last year has led to another show about science. Today the National Geographic Channel said that it’s tapping Tyson for what will be its first late night series, called Star Talk. According to a release about the new program, obtained by The Wrap, it’s going to be a lot like Tyson’s podcast, which has been running since June 2009:

Based on Tyson’s incredibly popular podcast of the same name, the new series will bridge the intersection between pop culture and science as it brings together celebrities, comedians and scientists to discuss the latest developments in our vast universe.


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3 comments on “Neil DeGrasse Tyson is getting a late night National Geographic talk show

  • National Geographic is overly friendly to woo and religion. They like to report religious myth as historical fact. Perhaps Tyson will pull them back from perdition. However, I am concerned he is spreading himself a little thin. This could harm his home life.



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  • He does seem to have a bone to pick these days. Since Cosmos actually. Not that I mind, really. And to be fair, having your show edited (TV version) for the benefit of creationists must be infuriating.

    Maybe he is moving his show to a TV channel and nothing more, so that wouldn’t be so bad. As for Star Talk, it’s relatively benign, but often surprisingly at odds with National Geographic (at least, the channel for the past 15 years).



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