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Stan Lee's Superhumans
Sundays 9.50PM SIN/HK

Stan Lee's Superhumans

Spider-Man. X-Men. The Hulk. Fact isn't far from fiction in Stan Lee's Superhumans. The creator of legendary superheroes, series co-host Stan Lee seeks out real life, superhuman counterparts - people whose remarkable powers stem from being genetically different. Lab tests help explain their extraordinary physical abilities. And stories from long-recorded history prove that people like these have always walked among us. Dubbed the most flexible man in the world, series host David Browning Smith adds unique understanding through his personal experience.

Unbreakable
A Shaolin monk smashes steel on his head and spears his own throat at a temple in Kuala Lumpur. Next, a man guzzles water like a camel.
Steel Face
A man hangs steel bars from his eyelids in Kuala Lumpur. A Japanese nunchuck master tests his ability against a baseball pitching cannon.
Shark Master
A man attempts to jump a moving car. Next, a man swims amongst sharks. Later, a Japanese man sprints on all fours in record time.
Finger Of Steel
A man from Kuala Lumpur smashes through a coconut with his finger. A man in Detroit can turn his legs 180 degrees and walk forward!
Yoyo Ninja
A Serbian man says he can survive 20,000 volts and boil water with his energy. Next, a Cybernetics professor turns himself into a cyborg!
Rocket Blader
A German speed fanatic demonstrates his turbo backpack and skates. Later, a man speaks 637 words per minute, 4 times faster than normal!
Super Special
A man claims his hands are tough enough to withstand a steel-toothed cougar trap. Later, a man demonstrates his superior memory.
Robo Men
Wolfgang Manicke claims he can destroy a building with his bare hands, and he proves it to Daniel by demolishing a house under 2 hours!
Beast Master
Dean Sheldon claims to be immune to America's deadliest scorpion venom, while Kanzawa Sensei claims to be able to put any animal into a trance using mind control.
Human Shield
Using a controversial martial art called Combat Qi, Kirby Roy claims he is able to take strikes of limitless power to the most sensitive parts of the human anatomy.
Bird-Man
The ultimate superpower is flight, and Yokke Sommer is rumoured to have achieved it, coming as close to a bird as any human has ever achieved.
Upcoming Airings:
  • Friday,26 Oct, 2018 - 20:00
  • Saturday,27 Oct, 2018 - 02:25
  • Saturday,27 Oct, 2018 - 11:45
Supersight
Russian Alex Levit has learnt to see using his mind even though he was born totally blind; Stig Severinson can hold his breath for over 20 minutes.
Upcoming Airings:
  • Wednesday,24 Oct, 2018 - 22:45
  • Thursday,25 Oct, 2018 - 05:15
  • Thursday,25 Oct, 2018 - 13:35
Spider Power
Randy Lewis says he has found a way to copy spider-silk. Next, a woman climbs like Spiderman, but in fact it seems she was brought up with monkeys and learnt many of their climbing tricks.
Upcoming Airings:
  • Sunday,28 Oct, 2018 - 21:50
  • Monday,29 Oct, 2018 - 04:20
  • Monday,29 Oct, 2018 - 10:50
  • Wednesday,31 Oct, 2018 - 22:45
  • Thursday,1 Nov, 2018 - 05:15
Electro Man
Daniel Browning Smith, a man with superhuman flexibility, probes a legend in India that Rajmohan Nair has developed immunity to electric current and can let it pass him unharmed.
Killer Punch
Bob Munden, the planet's fastest gunslinger, is rumoured to be faster than the blink of an eye. By harnessing the power of Qi, Shi Yan Ming takes Bruce Lee's one-inch punch to a new level.
Hammer Head
John Ferraro is rumoured to have a skull that can withstand sledgehammers, bowling balls and even jackhammers; real-life Captain American, Dean Karnazes, has run 50 marathons in 50 days.
Human Speed Bump
Tim Cridland claims to be able to switch off pain; in Milan, nine trucks weighing a total of over 30,000 lbs run over Tom Owen in quick succession.
Human Wolf
Daniel meets Shaun Ellis in Devon, England, who has supposedly become wolf-like by feeding, living, sleeping and bathing with a deadly pack of wolves.
Human Crash Test Dummy
Daniel meets Rusty Haight, a crash-test dummy, who has put his life on the line and has suffered over 1000 car crashes; he also interacts with Steve Santini, an escapologist.
Rubber Band Man
Daniel meets Tim Friede, a human guinea pig who has allowed some of the world's deadliest snakes to bite him; he interacts with Garry Turner, who has the world's stretchiest skin.
Jaw Breaker
Daniel meets a 25-year-old Algerian, Salim Haini, in Morocco, who has been dubbed the Man Who Eats Anything. He also meets Ron White, US Memory Champion for the last two years.