Brainchild is a series for someone who is quite curious, and likes to know how everything works, from the universe creation to the famous 5-Second Rule (the one that says that if a food falls on the floor, you have exactly that time before the germs spoil it). Watch here.
This production of Pharrell Williams is aimed at the young audience; however, even adults can get addicted to this work because it deals with subjects that are of general interest. After all, it’s impossible not to like to know how things work, right?
Throughout the episodes of Brainchild, we get to know the gearing of things in a light and fun way. But we do not just go through the scientific paths – regarding the mysteries of the Universe itself – but also through the simple things of our daily life. For example: Have you ever stopped to think about how social media works? How does our brain process emotions?
These questions are answered with a lot of humor, as well as having fascinating looks. Brainchild is the typical well-finished product, where editing and small practical effects are crucial to its success. The production excels in this sense, giving a welcome agility for each action presented. All this commanded by Sahana Srinivasan, who commands the series lavishing charisma. It gives samples of everyday life science, that is, things that we hardly perceive but that are always there.
Brainchild, therefore, is a good fun for growing children, but also for the more curious parents who like to watch such programming with them. The series does not get tiresome at any time, serving as an almanac of curiosities, teaching various subjects that are approached in a less objective way in schools. Therefore, everyone wins by accompanying their episodes, because the production adds a gigantic knowledge in people’s lives.
Synopsis 1: Fun facts. Life hacks. Games and hilarious experiments. And a super-smart host, and it’s science like you’ve never seen before.
Synopsis 2: From germs and emotions to social midia and more, it’s the cience of your world explained in a way that’s refreshingly relatable.
Age rating: Everyone