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Brain Games

Brain Games is American Documentary TV series. Created by Jerry Kolber. Produced by National Geographic Television. Stars: Jason Silva, Bert Thomas Morris, Apollo Robbins. Also known as Truques da Mente in Brazil. It first aired on Oct 09, 2011, on National Geographic Channel. The series has 8.3 * rating by IMDb.


How Many Seasons Of Brain Games Are There Total: 7 (58 episodes)

Season 8

National Geographic Channel

Season 7

Season premieres on February 14, 2016

Finale: March 20, 2016

National Geographic Channel, 6 episodes

Season 6

Season premieres on June 28, 2015

Returns: October 26, 2015

National Geographic Channel, 7 episodes

Season 5

2015, National Geographic Channel, 10 episodes

Season 4

2014, National Geographic Channel, 10 episodes

Season 3

2013, National Geographic Channel, 10 episodes

Season 2

2013, National Geographic Channel, 12 episodes

Season 1

2011, National Geographic Channel, 3 episodes

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Brain Games Show Time

Brain Games is on National Geographic Channel (United States) Sundays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S7E6 (The Survivor Brain) - Air Date: Mar 20, 2016 (4 years ago)

News & Interviews

Brain Games' Jason Silva Explains Why Robots Won't Destroy the Human Race - Reason - via Reason

Silva's commentary would be tiresome without a measure of self-awareness and proportion. In conversation, he's acutely aware of the differences between his poetic presentations of techno-utopia and the hard limits of contemporary scientific knowledge. Even his most outlandish notions cling to the edges of plausible speculation, never veering into New Age or supernatural explanations.

Watch This Baby's Face as 'Brain Games' Host Extols the 'Miracle of Life - - via Theblaze

'Brain Games' leads a whole new genre at Nat Geo Channel - - via Tbo

Be aware of your surroundings: 'Brain Games' TV show tests your spatial intelligence - Washington Post - via Washingtonpost

5 common noggin myths busted by 'Brain Games' - USA TODAY - via Usatoday

A Chat With The Host of 'Brain Games': Nat Geo's Highest-Rated Show Ever - Forbes - via Forbes

Sitting down for dinner or drinks, Silva almost explodes with excitement as he goes deeper and deeper into the philosophical weeds of neuroscience, sensory experience, artificial intelligence, and the very nature of what makes us human. He’s exceptionally tall, and his long, flailing arms frequently add emphasis to the ideas he’s most excited about. He peppers his sentences with attributions such “Ray Kurtzwell once said that…” or “What Leary called…”.

Interview With Futurist Jason Silva, Host of Brain Games - Huffington Post - via Huffingtonpost

Arshad Warsi to be the face of Brain Games - Indian Express - via Indianexpress

Brain Games TV show mixes science, entertainment to inspire viewers - Toronto Star - via Thestar

National Geographic's 'Brain Games' to film at Easton's Crayola Experience - Allentown Morning Call - via Articles

"The human brain is incredibly complex, and we're just beginning to scratch the surface of what makes us tick," Jerry Kolber, executive producer of "Brain Games," said in a news release. "In addition to Jason Silva and Apollo Robbins' wildly entertaining experiments, we've gathered the nation's leading experts in visual perception, sound, creativity, lying, attractiveness and persuasion to take viewers through the science behind these mental mysteries."

National Geographic Announces Keegan-Michael Key as Host of Brain Games - Business Wire - via Businesswire

Nat Geo Slates Brain Games Reboot, Adventure Competition Series - TVUSA - World Screen - via Worldscreen

'Big Brain Theory' and 'Brain Games' - New York Times - via Nytimes

Philadelphia's Franklin Institute becomes star on 'Brain Games' TV show - The Bridgeton News - - via Nj

UM Alum Hosts Fifth Successful Season of NatGeo's Brain Games - Miami New Times - via Miaminewtimes


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