Mad Scientists - Netflix

Host, John Bowler makes his way from neighborhood to neighborhood, uncovering some regular guys with some pretty wacky garage inventions. In the course of the show, John and every episode's featured inventor take on a brand new contraption together... in an intense, and usually hysterical, 48 hours before they show it off in front of the entire neighborhood! Will it work? They truly have no idea.

Mad Scientists - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2012-02-06

Mad Scientists - The Mad Scientists' Club - Netflix

The Mad Scientists' Club is a series of four books written for children by Bertrand R. Brinley (1917 – 1994) and illustrated by Charles Geer.

Mad Scientists - Books in the series - Netflix

The New Adventures of the Mad Scientists' Club (1968, 2002) consisting of: “Big Chief Rainmaker” (1965) “The Telltale Transmitter” (1966) “The Cool Cavern” (1966) “The Flying Sorcerer” (1968) “The Great Confrontation” (1968)

The Mad Scientists' Club (1965, 2001) consisting of: “The Strange Sea Monster of Strawberry Lake” (1960), first published in Boys' Life (September 1961), with illustrations by Harold Eldridge “The Big Egg” (1964) “The Secret of the Old Cannon” (1963), first published in Boy's Life (January 1966), with illustrations by Marvin Friedman “The Unidentified Flying Man of Mammoth Falls” (1962), first published in Boys' Life (November 1962), with illustrations by Harold Eldridge “The Great Gas Bag Race” (1964), first published in Boys' Life (March 1966), with illustrations by Bernard Fuchs “The Voice in the Chimney” (1964) “Night Rescue” (1961), first published in Boys' Life (February 1964), with illustrations by David Stone

The Big Kerplop; A Mad Scientists' Club Adventure (1974, 2003) The Big Chunk of Ice (2005) The title of The Big Kerplop was supposed to be The Big Kerplop!, but the original publisher, MacRae Smith Company, dropped the exclamation mark, which has now been restored. Even though it was written 14 years after “The Strange Sea Monster of Strawberry Lake”, chronologically it is the first story in the series, telling how the Mad Scientists' Club came into being and the full story behind their long-standing animosity with Harmon Muldoon.

Mad Scientists - References - Netflix