A little show about everything, including wormholes.

This program about—dun dun dun—the Universe is really out there. Last season, space photography was spliced with CGI to investigate a theoretical one-month mission to destroy an Earth-bound asteroid, and giddy scientists explained how Saturn’s moon Titan has liquid-ethane rivers. This time around, the show will blast past the Milky Way to explore grainy photos of planets in the Leo galaxy and wormholes at the center of black holes. Get out the bong!

The Universe

The History Channel

Season premiere

Nov. 27

9 p.m.