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100 Humans: Life's Questions. Answered. 

100 Humans (original title)
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A social experiment where 100 individuals will be a part of interactive experiments exploring sex, happiness, torture and all the other aspects of being human.
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Series cast summary:
Komalpreet Kaur Batth ...  Human #84 8 episodes, 2020
Haley Bockrath Haley Bockrath ...  Human #64 8 episodes, 2020
Dylan George ...  Human #22 8 episodes, 2020
Braxton Hale ...  Human #90 7 episodes, 2020
Emanuel Hernandez ...  Human #12 8 episodes, 2020
Zainab Johnson ...  Self - Host 8 episodes, 2020
Alley Kerr ...  Human #38 8 episodes, 2020
Lakrishi Kindred ...  Human #36 8 episodes, 2020
Jessica-Lee Korkes ...  Human #49 8 episodes, 2020
Charlotte Laws ...  Human #46 8 episodes, 2020
Aaron Louie Aaron Louie ...  Self - Human #27 8 episodes, 2020
Sammy Obeid ...  Self - Host 8 episodes, 2020
Aneiszka Sea ...  Human #32 8 episodes, 2020
Tyanta Snow ...  Human #28 8 episodes, 2020
Alan Squats ...  Human #18 8 episodes, 2020
Alfredo Tavares ...  Human #72 8 episodes, 2020
Alie Ward ...  Self - Host 8 episodes, 2020
Ryan Zamo ...  Evan morales 8 episodes, 2020
Avalon Warren Avalon Warren ...  Human #6 / ... 5 episodes, 2020
Khyran Shank ...  Human #33 3 episodes, 2020
David Eby ...  Human #81 2 episodes, 2020
Chriz Ortiz ...  Human #45 2 episodes, 2020
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A social experiment where 100 individuals will be a part of interactive experiments exploring sex, happiness, torture and all the other aspects of being human.

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torture | non fiction | See All (2) »

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Alie Ward is the host of a podcast called Ologies where she interviews experts in their field on various scientific topics. See more »

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Referenced in Lights Out with David Spade: Episode #1.103 (2020) See more »

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Not science... not even close....
14 March 2020 | by ryanalarsenSee all my reviews

Just watched Netflix's "100 Humans." It's interesting, but I don't think it's interesting in how the producers of the show intended it to be. Some of the experiments used such poorly thought out techniques that it was cringe-worthy. For example, as is common with such shows, the experiments in their "battle of the sexes" episode were so biased and pandering that I'd actually be insulted if I were a woman. Other experiments throughout the entire show had gigantic holes in them.

So, the show was interesting not because of any scientific information it provided, but because it illustrated that "scientific information" can be pulled and pushed into whatever form the presenter wishes the audience to see.


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