Steve Spangler's DIY Sci is Nominated for Three Emmy Awards

March 22, 2017

DIY Sci Nominated for 3 Daytime Emmy Awards

Steve Spangler’s Do-It-Yourself Science Show Nominated for Best Family Viewing Series

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) today announced the nominees for the 44th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. Steve Spangler’s nationally syndicated series called DIY Sci received three Emmy nominations including Outstanding Children’s or Family Viewing Series.

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“We were so excited and honored to get the phone call this morning from Steve Rotfeld sharing the great news,” said Steve Spangler, who serves as both host and executive producer of the show. “Huge thanks to the entire production team at Steve Rotfeld Productions. Big Pictures Media and our producer Steve Bronstein for turning hundreds of hours of cool science experiments, explosions and a giant weekly mess into a show that hopefully inspires the next generation of scientists and engineers.”

The weekly series features jaw-dropping science experiments viewers can do at home using easy to find materials that are guaranteed to create moments of wonder, discovery and exploration.

Spangler is the recipient of two Heartland Emmy Awards for his work with News for Kids and as the host of his weekly Spangler Science series on KUSA.

DIY Sci is part of a 3-hour E/I (Educational and Informational) syndication block called Xploration Station created by Steve Rotfeld Productions (SRP). In addition to the FOX Station Group, Xploration Station airs on Tribune’s FOX affiliates, and Sinclair’s FOX affiliates. These groups, plus others, combine to deliver Xploration Station in over 90% of the country reaching 100 million people in 2016/2017. DIY Sci is also being distributed on Hulu and Amazon Prime.