Get Schooled with "Xploration Station," Premiering This Fall on FOX

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Hosted by WhoSayers Philippe Cousteau, Joe Penna, and Emily Calandrelli, "Xploration Station" will put a fun yet informative spin on topics like outer space, earth science, technology, and animal science.

Jul 8, 2014 | 12:23 PM

School may be out for summer, but we're already looking forward to "Xploration Station," a seriously cool new science series debuting on Fox this fall.

WhoSayers Philippe Cousteau, Joe Penna, and Emily Calandrelli will host individual episodes of the four-part series, which will delve into topics that are totally out of (and inside) this world of ours.

Want to see Philippe explore "a land of fire and ice" (no, not Westeros), Emily take a spin on NASA's "vomit comet," and Joe take a selfie with a helpful robot? Look no further than the teaser trailer below.

For more sneak peeks at "Xploration Station," don't forget to follow Philippe Cousteau, Joe Penna, and Emily Calandrelli on WhoSay.

"Xploration Station" will premiere in September on Fox.

 

 

 

 

Philippe Cousteau

Thrilled to announce that I'm filming a NEW science show that will premiere on FOX Saturday mornings this fall!

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