Bill Nye Documentary Becomes Most Funded Kickstarter Film

We’ve always suspected that everyone loved Bill Nye. And now we have cold, hard, financial proof.

Watch Bill Nye Take on His Haters (and Remain Totally Lovable) While Reading Mean Tweets About Himself

Like many celebrities before him, scientist Bill Nye confronted his critics on Friday, reading mean messages from Twitter users on camera.

Inside Amy Schumer Renewed for Fourth Season

Bill Nye Debunks Bill Belichick's Response to 'DeflateGate' (VIDEO)

World News Videos | ABC World NewsWondering who would be the first prominent scientist to come out against New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick’s explanation for the under-inflated balls his team was accused using during the NFL playoffs last Sunday?

Here's Bill Nye Explaining Evolution with Emoji (VIDEO)

Bill Nye is a national treasure. Part of why he’s been so successful is the way he manages to stay abreast of technology and culture to keep delivering educational messages about science.

To wit: Here he is using emoji to explain evolution, thanks to Mashable. (Our favorite is probably the “old Bill Nye” emoji that pops up at 1:22.)

Dancing with the Stars Sends Bill Nye Home

PHOTO: See Bill Nye's Robot Suit Before He Wears It on Dancing

It’s another crafty costume for Bill Nye.

Provided the injured Science Guy gets to perform on Monday night’s Dancing with the Stars, he’ll be clad in a robot suit with lights and a bow tie.

Nye, 57, was said to be “in good spirits” after a partially tearing a ligament last week when he tripped on the cuff of his pants mid-dance with partner Tyne Stecklein, claiming the first big injury of the season.

Bill Nye in 'Good Spirits' After Hospitalization for DWTS Injury

Call him Bill Nye, the healing guy.

Following a torn ligament from falling mid-routine on Monday night’s Dancing with the Stars, the Science Guy, 57, is “in good spirits and is really hoping he can continue to compete,” a source tells PEOPLE.

Keyshawn Johnson First to Go Home on Dancing with the Stars

Bill Nye the Science Guy is definitely a fan favorite on Dancing with the Stars, but did people’s votes save the low-scoring star from being the first eliminated contestant of season 17?

Bill Nye on His Dancing With the Stars Debut: 'I'm Disappointed in Myself'

If there’s a science to becoming a good dancer, it would be helpful to Bill Nye.

The former Bill Nye the Science Guy host, 57, is feeling blue after earning the lowest score – 14 points out of 30 for his science-themed cha cha with partner Tyne Stecklein – on Dancing With the Stars’s season 17 debut.