We have watched Daily Planet for 10 years and we will miss this intelligent, informative and entertaining science show. I never thought science could be so entertaining til I started watching. The hosts had a good rapport with each other and they presented complex concepts in such an easy enjoyable way. I am gobsmacked that Bell would pull this fabulous show!!!!! —Maria
I too was excitedly awaiting the Daily Planet’s “Shark Week” so I did a search on my TV for Daily Planet and it came back as “not found.” I thought it was a glitch. So I searched the Internet only to my horror found out about its cancellation! I could not believe it! Such an awesome show that wasn’t simply a “science nerd show.” It was funny, educational and the type of show that appealed to all age groups. When I scroll through the TV guide to see what’s on, the options are few and far between. I’m not a fan of watching shows about rich people living in Alaska looking like they are poor, finding monsters in the Alaska Triangle, people buck naked getting rained on and mosquito bites to be “alone” and scared! Daily Planet was the one show I loved to watch and they cancelled it! It’s shameful that another network didn’t grab it the moment it was made available! Shame, shame, shame! Bring it back! —Cindy
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