This summer, actor/comedian/host and paranormal mystery addict Joe Rogan takes a break from the UFC Octagon to uncover the truth behind some of life’s unexplained mysteries and unorthodox theories. The new paranormal series JOE ROGAN QUESTIONS EVERYTHING premieres July 24 at 10 p.m. ET, exclusively on Space. In each of the six, one-hour episodes, Rogan puts his life on the line as he goes beyond the limits to uncover the truth behind the biggest myths. Mysteries and theories explored this season include the legend of Bigfoot, the afterlife, psychic soldiers, and of course, aliens. Rogan also investigates killer man-made viruses, and examines the underbelly of robot revolution and cyborgs.

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Space took a bite out of primetime viewing last Friday night as the exclusive Canadian premiere of SHARKNADO drew in 300,000 total viewers, making it the #1 entertainment specialty program of the day. During its time slot, Space ranked as the #1 entertainment specialty network for total viewers and the A25-54 and A18-49 demos. Hot on the fins of a Twitter maelstrom during its U.S. premiere, the highly-buzzed about movie generated 22,513 Twitter mentions in Canada, resulting in 28 million total impressions.

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Earth faces the ultimate threat in the special two-part movie event EXPLODING SUN, premiering Monday, June 10 and Monday, June 17 at 9 p.m. ET on Space. Starring David James Elliott (JAG), Julia Ormond (MAD MEN), and Anthony Lemke (LOST GIRL), EXPLODING SUN follows the historic space launch of the Roebling Clipper, the first private passenger space plane which is set to make history when it flies around the moon and back in mere hours. With the world watching, a sudden spike in solar radiation sends the ship and its passengers straight towards the Sun, and ultimately triggers a massive solar storm that could end all life on Earth.

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Space-time coordinates aligned on Saturday night, as the head-spinning conclusion of DOCTOR WHO Season 7B became the most-watched finale in series history with 584,000 viewers. Complete with secrets, revelations, and mysterious twists, “The Name of the Doctor,” made Space the #1 network – conventional or specialty – in the series’ 9 p.m. timeslot with total viewers and in the key demos A25-54 and A18-49. Featuring a surprise appearance by John Hurt (THE ADVENTURES OF MERLIN), who will resurface for the 50th Anniversary Special, the finale reached nearly 1 million total viewers. The DOCTOR WHO finale was also the most-watched entertainment specialty program of the day on Saturday, capping off a strong Season 7 for the Doctor and “the impossible girl” with a season average audience of 608,000.

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