Mechanical engineer Bill Nye helped a whole generation of kids learn the fundamentals of science, and now he's back to help educate his audience once again.
Instead of a straight science show, Bill Nye Saves the World is a talk show, in which Nye interviews esteemed guests on topics ranging from medicine to sex to video games.
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The Netflix series is everything fans could have hoped for.
It's dark, it's funny, it's weird, and it's an enjoyable watch for both kids and adults.
The company has brought high-profile dramas like Aaron Paul's "The Path" into its catalog this year to balance out its selection of well-received comedies.
And late last year, Hulu scored its first Golden Globe nomination for "Casual," an edgy family comedy.