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Science Channel: How to Build Everything explores mankind's greatest inventions with fun flair

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Astronauts, comedians, and stuntwomen, oh my! 

Science channel’s new show How to Build… Everything gives a weekly step-by-step guide on how to build the “coolest” things in the world, a do-it-yourself instruction manual for humanity’s greatest modern-day inventions. And now EW can give you an exclusive sneak peek at the new series, above.

“Discover how to build a monster truck, a skyscraper, a superbike,” are juts a few of the items detailed in the preview. “A professional sports stadium, a tanning bed, a robotic cow milking machine, and more!”

Repping the series are some of science’s greatest minds, including comedian and former airplane mechanic Alonzo Bodden, science communicator and bug expert Alie Ward, Nerdist science editor Kyle Hill, tech expert and futurist Veronica Belmont, mad inventor Eric Gradman, astronaut Leland Melvin, actress Alison Haislip, race car driver Jessi Combs, and many more.

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Also making a cameo in the series is Keller Wortham, who audiences know as Esteban Santiago on Jane the Virgin. He’s a doctor and happens to play one on TV.

“Each episode also features experts from specific fields for topics featured, from stuntwomen to tank commanders,” according to the show’s description. The half-hour episodes will break down the complex components of our world’s greatest inventions into step-by-step pieces.

As the show reveals, “You may not need to build everything, but it’s fun to know how.”

How to Build… Everything premieres Wednesday, June 22 at 10 p.m. ET on the Science Channel. 

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