Actress Tiffany Haddish and Jordan Peele play games showing how Hollywood manipulates our brains to make us feel genuine emotion while watching movies.
Actress Rebel Wilson joins Keegan-Michael Key to explore the power of the subconscious when it comes to falling in love.
Billionaire Mark Cuban competes in a series of experiments and illusions to break down how the brain works. Hosted by Keegan-Michael Key.
Meghan Trainor and Tenacious D compete in a series of experiments and illusions to break down how the brain works. Hosted by Keegan-Michael Key.
Anthony Anderson and Marsai Martin compete in a series of experiments and illusions to break down how the brain works. Hosted by Keegan-Michael Key.
Quarterback Drew Brees competes in a series of experiments and illusions to break down how the brain works. Hosted by Keegan-Michael Key.
Ted Danson and special guests The Blue Man Group join in a series of games to determine how we distinguish fact from fiction.
Actors and married couple Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard go head-to-head in a series of games designed to show how the brains of men and women differ.
Prepare to be amazed! In this special episode of Brain Games, we've chosen our favourite interactive games that'll get your brain working smarter, harder and faster.
Evolving in a world that was constantly moving, our brain had to develop a sophisticated sense of motion to survive. Explore the science behind how your brain detects, interprets and reacts to motion.
Living in Color - Think you understand the colours you see every day? Think an apple is actually red, or a leaf is really green? Think again. This episode of Brain Games puts your brain to the ultimate test with a series of interactive games and fascinating experiments that will reveal a shocking truth - colour is just an illusion created by your brain. So get ready to colour outside the lines on Brain Games. (S.3 Ep.2)
From the minute we're born, we're all getting older. It's been believed that your body and brain deteriorate over time, but recent studies show that may not always be the case. Some brain functions improve as we get older, while others don't fully develop until later in life. In this episode, a series of games and experiments show how daily routines might be aging your brain, and how you can slow down the clock. (S.3 Ep.1)
Get ready to meet your brain. It will engage you, amaze you and help you understand yourself like never before.
If you think you've only got five senses, think again. We're going to explore deep into the brain to show all the hidden senses you have working to help you navigate everyday life.
We all feel a little bit of anger every day, but what if getting has less to do with what's going outside, and more to do with what's going on inside your brain?
From birth through old age your brain is an adaptive ace, constantly optimising itself to help you be the best you can be throughout every stage of life. We'll show you just how your brain changes over time.
Get ready to behave badly. We're going to mess with your mind as we put you through a series of games and experiments designed to show you that your brain may be hardwired to sin.
National Geographic meets the people who personify the word 'survivor', and puts their brains to the ultimate test.
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