UFC commentator's series, 'Joe Rogan Questions Everything,' premieres tonight


The MMA world knows him best as the UFC’s longtime color commentator and analyst. But in other circles, Joe Rogan is known as a standup comic, an actor and a man who isn’t afraid to question things through slightly paranoid-colored glasses.

With a new series that debuts Wednesday night on the Syfy cable network, Rogan now officially questions everything. In the new series “Joe Rogan Questions Everything,” Rogan, a “life-long unexplained paranormal mystery-addict,” will help investigate the unexplained.

“Rogan ventures into unknown worlds and untapped territories to search for answers to life’s most startling theories,” according to Syfy’s official show pitch. “Having explored these questions for years on his podcast, Joe now takes his journey to the next level, traveling the country and knocking on any door necessary to find the truth. In his own unique and inquisitive style, Joe will stop at nothing to quench his curiosity for the unknown.”

“Joe Rogan Questions Everything” premieres Wednesday night at 10 p.m. ET on Syfy. (Consult your cable guide for exact times in your area.) The debut episode will have Rogan looking into the existence of the fabled Sasquatch – “Bigfoot.” And we’re guessing it’s not Antonio Silva.

Check out a preview for tonight’s premiere episode above, and an interview with Rogan about the show below.

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