Meteorite Men

- Cancelled -
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Air Dates

Jan 20, 2010 - Jan 23, 2012

Network

Science

Genre

Reality

Cast

Cast list is not available.

A documentary reality series showcasing how meteorites have impacted the Earth's surface.


Steve Arnold and Geoffrey Notkin are the Meteorite Men. Follow them as they visit areas around the world where meteorites have impacted the surface of the Earth.

Comments (41)

frank e orona
06/17/16 at 09:28am

WAS MY FAVORITE SHOW,,,VERY GOOD AND EDUCATIONAL,,,,I REALLY MISS IT,,,,,THOSE TWO GUYS WERE GREAT,,,,,I WOULD LIKE TO SEARCH AND FIND A METERITE,,,,IN MY LIFETIME,,,,,HATE THE STUPID REALITY,,,,SHOWS,,,,BRING METORITE MEN BACK,,,,FRANK E ORONA
jerry
02/28/16 at 07:27am

it is almost impossible to find good educational shows anymore...only subculture junk shows & dramas etc., no wonder our moral fiber is deteiorating
wayne p'cola
12/21/15 at 09:54pm

It was my favorite program on t.v,now I don't even have that channel in my favorite's.
Please someone pick up the show,I have a witness fall waiting for then. Have a pallasites to prove it.
zac
10/24/15 at 11:42am

Dang!!!!! This was my favorite show I looked forward to it every week. Now I'm bored out of my mind on weekends. Y'all suck for canceling my show now I gotta watch hallmark channel you know what that does to a man!
NetworksSUK
07/18/15 at 10:51am

Azzhole networks, why cancel shows like this that is informative and fun to watch for all ages! Although i live in Phoenix Az the home state of the relocated Brit Geoffrey and ASU where they went to with most of their finds. I think these guys are fun and entertaining, ones an American the other a Brit, different styles of detecting, one is a planner the other is laid back, the other methodical the other jump and run, one holds his finds for collection and the other more apt to sell, they both love the hunt and their excitement is infectious. Awesome multi-purpose wide tired motorcycle with side car from OCC (American Copper)and delivered by Paul Sr. These guys taught us his to recognize these space rocks and since this show i find myself always looking when out in the desert. Schit i wanna find a big astro rock just so i can contact Geof. Hey Mr. Network why'd you cancel, why not give a few final episodes because maybe these guys were saving their best spots for later seasons but with a few final episodes they might have something that may open your eyes and restore your sight, and why don't you let the viewing audience and fans of this show know of shows finale. Network Azzhole s are like the blackholes in space all they do is suck you in and eliminates life
Joan Camacho
02/25/15 at 06:22pm

I loved the show and found it very educational. I am a grandmother and learned things that I was never taught in school. I am very sorry it is not on anymore.
Leasa
11/14/14 at 04:48pm

Easy to see why this was cancelled. Lack of content. Anybody other than me notice on how the size of what they were finding was sliding down to 10grams or sometimes none?
They were quite literally out of strewn fields that had any meteorites left to snatch.
Jim Barnfield
11/10/14 at 10:04am

It's hard to believe any network would cancel a show like metorite men which had adventure, disappointment, extreme exaltation of discovery, and hard core science of our universe in the form of meteorites. They squandered their promotional money on worst than worthless shows like idiot abroad but nothing, that I saw, on MM. If more people would have discovered the show, it could have been one of the more successful science shows.
john buck
08/31/14 at 07:36pm

I n this day and age of people looking for outdoor adventures this show was a blessing for those.Bring it back.
john buck
08/31/14 at 07:32pm

I still can't believe that the most intertaining and adventurous show on t.v period is gone,it felt like i was with a couple of buddies out in the field.Maybe another network will pick them up as anyone who watched it loved it,they just didn't promote it well,too bad.

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