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Hosts Joe Penny and Alexandra Cousteau are as inquisitive as they come, and it is this mutual hunger for knowledge that fuels this documentary series surrounding true contemporary groundbreaking stories happening all around the world. Scope is a Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (61 episodes). The series first aired on March 6, 2017.

Scope is available for streaming on the Multicom Entertainment Group (MEG) website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Scope on demand at Tubi TV Amazon Prime, Amazon, Tubi TV online.

Multicom Entertainment Group (MEG)
1 Season, 61 Episodes
March 6, 2017
Documentary & Biography
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Scope Full Episode Guide

  • The hosts of Scope dedicate this uniquely special episode to all things surround win: winemaking, wine tasting, wine reviewing. Beyond just the basic love of an occasional bottle of wine, there is an entire industry surrounding how this treat gets from the ground to the consumer's cup.

  • This latest installment in the Scope series is entirely dedicated to television. Our hosts take us through a comprehensive history of the medium, detailing its fluid chronology from its revolutionary beginnings through its unprecedented present.

  • The hosts of Scope offer a hefty amount of background information on safer alternatives to plastic surgery, deforestation, the world's largest telescope, and the unadulterated truth about cholesterol intake.

  • The hosts of Scope enlighten on topics ranging from the emerging and perpetually transforming sphere of computer law, the science behind artificially capturing and replicating natural smells, a career program for adults looking to change paths to consider a field in medicine, and the drugs that treat manic depression effectively.

  • The hosts of Scope uncover such intriguing topics as a European anti-depressant whose controversial makeup raises international ethical questions, a research method for making sense of electric fires, computer-generated analysis of the circumstances surrounding James Dean's death, and more.

  • The hosts of Scope catch up with a hologram designer who uses lasers to create the holographic projection we all take for granted, a state of the art police simulator, the genetic engineering of rats and other animals for medicines and other health improvements, and a scientist whose research has shed immeasurable light on the sun's effects on the Earth.

  • The hosts of Scope bring us up to date on open source coding and its effects on the emerging internet culture, a genius who has created a functioning robotic intelligence capable of feeling emotions and reacting empathetically, a transplant that replicate molecules identically, and the surprisingly prevalent presence of caviar in world cuisine and the endangered sturgeon family that births it.

  • The hosts of Scope discuss garlic's and rice's health values with respect to treating cancer, the science of n atomic clock and its effects on global timekeeping and global positioning, the advancements of implants, and an academic who proposes that the official calendar year add an additional 24 hours each year.

  • The hosts of Scope detail topics ranging from a brief history of cellphones (as well as a vision of where their history is headed), the science and methodology behind shoe design, a revolutionary X-ray, and a brand new state of the art helicopter.

  • Scope's hosts bring the fact right to you, this time with topics ranging from Viagra, to crash test dummies, to the effects of aging on driving, and the science behind the stock market.

  • Drug abuse is a convoluted and compartmentalized industry that has multiple components between the time a drug is ready for consumption and the time an innocent person makes contact with it. Take a look at how many industries keep the drug trade operating.

  • Scope goes arguably deeper than it ever has before, relaying the largely overlooked spheres of both the study of enzymes and acidity in the world's water, and the complex realities of the creation and maintenance of world class wood instruments.

  • Scope's ever-inquisitive hosts offer sage insight into a breakthrough treatment for breast cancer unlike any other before it, an expose on the factual basis of which the risk of meteor collision exists, the world's stealthiest fighter jet and an equally compelling piece on the spread of bird influenza.

  • The hosts of Scope dedicate the latest installment in their series to sleepwalking, snoring, the rare but plausible dangers posed by farming cocoa, and an expose on the architecture of the Boston Aquarium, one of America's most acclaimed.

  • Scope's hosts bring their expertise to some new frontiers: textile manufacturing, micro-needles, the immunogenic qualities of metals, and heart disease.

  • The hosts of Scope cover the far corners of nature and technology, bringing the facts straight to you: this time with insight detailing hurricanes, traditional farming, internet piracy, and the Hepatitis B vaccine.

  • The hosts of Scope use today's episode to divulge the history and entry-level mechanics of transplant surgery, a network with sophisticated sensors capable of detecting lightening strikes as they occur, and even the background on immunizations and how developers are able to create such effective solutions.

  • Scope goes into detail on the very first Christian church (founded in Jordan in 3 AD), a revolutionary laser hair removal system, a military-grade t-shirt smart enough to alert others when the wearer has been shot, and an archaeologist whose theories include one that the early Asian humans migrated by boat.

  • The hosts of Scope research the acquisition and re-creation of scents for attainable and consumable purposes. They continue on this theme of scents with an exploration of how crimes can be solved with no evidence other than a fleeting smell. And they discuss a teenage science prodigy who knows more about sciences than she does about growing up.

  • Scope catches us up to date on the state of contemporary firefighting and the modern technology that has made saving lives infinitely easier and safe for both firefighters and their rescue victims, the aging of cells as well as their effects on the body's aging process and even segments on a sterilization techniques.

  • The hosts of Scope detail tumors, their cancerous nature, and revolutionary experimental treatments being developed as we speak to fight them. The episode also includes the last astronaut to set foot on the moon, with two different gripping stories of his journeys into space, and a tortoise breeder who is trying to accelerate his turtles' growth through exterior interference.

  • Scope's hosts dedicate this half hour episode to investigating oral care and its short and longterm effects on victims and victim's offspring. They touch on leeches and maggots, and how they are enormously healthy and helpful for infections. They even finish with an expose on one of the creators of the internet.

  • The hosts of Scope detail yet more interesting anecdotes, this time on hydrogen-powered cars, the world's largest skeleton database, educational high school theater, and computer viruses.

  • Alexandra hosts solo from the studio while Joe is on location in Puerto Rico, where he is providing insight on the world's largest radio telescope, a 900 ton figure suspended 500 feet in the air. Alexandra takes it from there with a segment dedicated to computer hackers and the unconventional realm of computers and cyber security.

  • Scope goes deep into what is recognized as one of the most debilitating, devastating degenerative diseases: Alzheimer's. They interview Alzheimer's researchers, revealing a swarm of information from the experts themselves on causes, treatments, and general investigative progress.

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  • Alexandra handles hosting duties solo as she delves into a brief history of womanhood, consulting with women across all fields and walks of life. She talks with teachers, businesswomen, and other successful women in their respective arenas to illustrate the immeasurable depth of women's stake in the professional world.

  • Join the hosts of Scope as they discuss genetic therapy and the pragmatics of introducing synthetic chromosomes to a person's DNA. They continue with a segment on types of grass and astroturf, before they move on to oral vaccinations, and finally the potential uses of ships and satellites stationed in outer space for life on Earth.

  • The hosts of Scope take on the possibility of interplanetary travel, a doctor whose focus in aerobics has considerably improved multiple patients suffering from the inevitable follies of aging, the revolutionary vacuum subway train that can clean the perpetually dirty subway tracks, and a doctor whose life's work has been to question the validity of the widely-accepted theory of evolution.

  • The hosts of Scope delve into world developments like a battery-fueled car that never requires any gas and can drive sixty miles on a single charge, continuing on to the researched effects of colognes and cologne types on attracting the opposite sex, and even going so far as to disclosing the work of human guinea pigs.

  • Hone in on Vitamin C and its immeasurable value to life on Earth, a doctor who uses his hobby playing the piano to treat his patients, a caver whose fascination with caves has taken her spelunking into spaces nobody had ever set foot prior, an artifact collector with an encyclopedia comprehension of Native American art, and the national epidemic that is the southern fire ant infestation.

  • Take an in-depth look into a particularly advanced robot capable of giving meticulous tours of a dinosaur museum, mosquitos and similar pests, heart attacks and strokes, and even the high stakes solutions medical professionals actually use to treat victims of heart attacks.

  • Examine the very complex and layered world of mental illness, tracing its causes back to the source, and addressing both the predictable and unpredictable effects for victims of the various illnesses discussed.

  • Scope's hosts discuss little-known phenomena like the Earth science surrounding Antarctica, the relationship between sound and shock waves, alien hand syndrome, and even a Nobel Prize winner who was subsequently the first woman accepted to her university.

  • A thorough look into affordable housing that even the poorest people with minimal resources can effectively sustain, as well as research on mosquitos and how scientists are changing their genetic makeup to immunize them.

  • The hosts of Scope delve into some dark and murky territory this week, investigating little-known bigorexia, essentially the opposite of anorexia, as well as acupuncture and its off-putting but provenly effective nature, having successfully treated millions from many cultures.

  • With Joe on leave, he and Alexandra alternate disclosing revealing details on the sciences behind such intriguing topics as chronic pain and its treatment, energy conversion, gauzes, and the risks of meteorites.

  • Take a look into the truth behind the science of home maintenance, specialty pianos and their variations' effects of acoustics, the Earth's optical rays, the Northern Lights, and the biology of bats, including a glimpse of one of the world's most touristed natural phenomena - a special surprise composed of millions of bats in Austin.

  • Topics include the history, unparalleled accomplishments, and function of NASA, how our perpetually evolving technology and understanding of outer space has enabled comprehension of what lies beyond our solar system like never before, and the potential that space exploration brings for the future of humanity.

  • The hosts of Scope detail lesser known facts surrounding the American underground wildlife trade, digital music encoding and decoding, and infrared rays, their inception, and capabilities.

  • Join Scope's hosts as they learn about various technological advancements including a mobile GPS system prime for live journalism, gene patenting and cellular data privacy, and presumably incurable impairments.

  • Join the hosts of Scope for intimate views of SeaWorld's arsenal of seven adult killer whales and their use of frequency for communication, the advent of computers' and modern technology's effects on cerebral research and treatment, and even an unprecedentedly powerful telescope capable of even replacing the already world class Hubble Telescope.

  • The trusty hosts of Scope dedicate this episode to the various and variant major religions found throughout the modern world. They get down and dirty with the details of all the discrepancies and similarities between them.

  • Delve into the topics of a psychology professor who can catch liars by their facial expressions, a truck simulator that effectively mimics the conditions of driving long distances, a wire rat who doubles as a class pet, and even how art historians and medical experts alike are using modern technology to learn about illnesses of the past.

  • Take an intimate look into pressing issues discussed in the latest installment of Scope: solar powered cars, modernized cancer treatment, artificial heart pumps, the human immune system, and the loss of muscular strength.

  • The hosts get to the bottom of how animal hospitals and the brave surgeons who occupy them save thousands of lives every year (as well as the technology that enables them to do so), the effects of alcohol on young adults and the physical/mental dangers it poses, and even the contemporary toy industry.

  • The hosts of Scope detail the nature of human babies from conception, to birth, and through their first transition through adolescence. The wonders of the miracle of life continue to fascinate and perplex. Now see the science behind the why's and how's of life's miracle for yourself.

  • An intimate look into uncommon topics that both inspire and inform as genetic patenting, glassblowing, dinosaurs fossils, and unexplainable miracle cures.

  • An educational discussion on wild abnormalities, a museum dedicated to dated experimental medical machines, a treatment for adults with the uncommon problem of incontinence, and the study of undersea plankton and its effect on our understanding of weather patterns.

  • The hosts research the world-infamous mystery surrounding the original alleged Roswell, New Mexico UFO incident and interview relevant parties ranging from the director of a conspiracy museum to the original radio dispatcher on the day.

  • The hosts of Scope discuss the research and preservation of feral wolf populations in their natural woodland habitats, the scientific breakthroughs in the medical world of genetic and cellular engineering and treatment, and even a young boy with a tragic allergy to sunlight.

  • Expand your mind with intimate glimpses of the sciences behind the pharmaceutical, medical, and outer space travel industries, complete with expert testimonies from esteemed doctors and scientists in their respective narrow fields.

  • Uncover the fascinating truth behind a secret mysterious Virginian fall out shelter built under President Eisenhower's watch, the editor of an influential internet corporation whose proven success has earned her the ear of Bill Gates and even the US government, and even a cancer survivor whose experimental drug and healing treatments were revolutionary and successful against all odds.

  • Witness such awe-inspiring stories as a multi-decade project from a perpetually rotating team of sculptors to replicate a lost Da Vinci masterpiece, a material used for canoes that could conceivably be used as a cheaper and more effective alternative to common and finite resources, and an amateur pilot whose homemade airplane successfully traveled intercontinentally.

  • Scope's hosts delve into such captivating topics as Jane Goodall and her historic relationships with wild chimpanzees, as well as her longtime adventure photographer whose daring shoots have been seen in innumerable publications around the world.

  • Examine the possibility of time travel in a practical sense and what requisites are necessary for it to occur, skunks and their fascinating family and group dynamics, and the science behind nuclear waste and the methods used to safely rid the Earth's surface and population from conceivable leaks and subsequent damage from the highly dangerous materials.

  • This week's installment follows inspiring stories surrounding various victims of debilitating illnesses, the longevity of the elderly spirit, and resources being explored in the endless research into the vast universe.

  • Our hosts delve into recent advancements in technology that have enabled the FBI to create a genetic database in the ongoing fight against sexual predators, doctors to provide unprecedented opportunities for those suffering from physical disabilities to lead fully functional and self-dependent lives, and even locating, retrieving, and restoring shipwrecked artifacts formerly believed to be lost.

  • Our hosts discuss the treatment and insemination of farm cows, the physical explanations behind roller coasters' accelerated improvements in safety and experience, and an internet baby-sitting service that allows remote chaperoning via direct surveillance.