An investigative comedian exploring the weirdest and wildest reaches of human knowledge. Host of Adam Ruins Everything on truTV, now streaming on Netflix!
Where Beliefs Come From with Celeste KiddAdam sits down with Celeste Kidd, Professor of Psychology and head of the Kidd Lab at UC Berkeley to discuss how humans form beliefs and knowledge, and how easily that process can be corrupted by outside forces.
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The Crystal Maze is now airing on Nickelodeon every Friday night at 7pm / 6c. “But I don’t have cable!” you cry. Well, you are in luck: the network has, in its infinite wisdom, seen fit to post the entire first episode on YouTube:
Tune in every week to watch me lead a new hyperactive family through a labyrinth of deadly traps devious challenges.
I am wildly excited to announce that I am the host and Maze Master of Nickelodeon’s new game show, 💎 The Crystal Maze 💎! I grew up on Nick game shows, so no gig could be cooler to me than leading jumpsuited families through a series of fiendish puzzles and messy challenges. Watch it January 24th at 7pm on Nickelodeon!
New episodes of Adam Ruins Everything are airing now on TruTV, every Tuesday night at 10pm! These eight episodes contain some of the best, most mind-blowing topics we’ve ever done, and the season finale is… well, let’s just say I’m very excited for you to see it. Here’s a clip from tonight’s episode, which features the return of Emily Axford as my co-ruiner:
We’ve been working furiously on this and banking episodes for months, so I’m beyond happy the day has finally arrived that I can talk about it publicly: my new podcast “Factually!” launches next week on the Earwolf network!
Every episode, my research team and I reveal a fascinating new piece of information that will make you think about the world in a brand new way. Then, I sit down with scientists, journalist, and Pulitzer Prize winners to go deep and share the revelatory new perspectives they’ve gained from a lifetime of research and study. If you’re a curious person who never stops asking questions, this show is for you.
The first episode drops May 29th, and features my interview with UCLA law professor Adam Winkler on the surprising history of the Second Amendment. Don’t miss out, subscribe now! Here’s a short list of all the places you can get it: