The team behind Discovery Channel's hit TV series "Mythbusters" is back with a new show called "White Rabbit Project" on Netflix. They will be engaging on new challenges, adventures, and more out of this world experiments and events.
Mythbusters' trio consists of Kari Byron, Tory Belleci, and Grant Imahara. This trio has been at it since the first time Mythbusters was aired back in 2003. After almost 13 years, the show sadly came to an end. There was no exact reason why the trio had to leave.
Later on, Kari and Tory went to Travel Channel and hosted on "Thrill Factor" --- a show that examines the scientific side on some of the world's most exhilarating roller coasters. Grant appeared in some shows and movies, as well as commercials. He also became a spokesman for McDonald's, where he played as an investigator who answers people's questions about McDonald's food.
People could not wait any longer for the trio's comeback. This trio will be doing a wide range of activities --- involving some of the world's craziest heists, greatest inventions, jailbreaks, latest technology and gadgets, weird weaponries, and many more. In every episode, the trio will push their limit to gain as much data as they need to re-create or do experiments or events.
According to Nerdist, who was there when they officially announced the show, they described it as "Mythbusters in Wonderland"; the show will focus on strange and weird things one might encounter when going down a rabbit hole.
The team themselves could not be more thrilled with their upcoming Netflix show. As exciting as it gets, the show is expected to debut on Dec. 9.
Check out the video below and take a sneak peek on some of their breathtaking experiments and more.