Bill Nye shares thoughts on ‘painful’ accurate ‘don’t look up’ – and he won’t hold back


Bill Nye found the apocalyptic comedy “Don’t Look Up” terrifyingly realistic, but he fears many people didn’t quite get it.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if the irony of ‘Don’t Look Up’ gets lost on the people it was really meant for because it’s so painfully close to what’s happening right now,” Nye said in a USA Today story Thursday. .

He said the recent Netflix film, which satirized the global response to climate change, “preached to the chorus”, though he praised the rendering of the science.

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Nye’s new show, “The End Is Nye”, is a docuseries that focuses on disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes.

“I get killed at the end of the first half of every show,” he told E! News this month. “But then, with television, I come back and we have this optimistic view of the future and we get it across.”

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