Steve "Woz" Wozniak may have left Apple years ago after partnering with Steve Jobs to make computers in the latter's garage, but the man certainly knows how to stay in the spotlight. As Gizmodo reports, the Apple icon is teaming up with Kari Byron of Mythbusters fame to create a reality TV show centered on handling futuristic technology.
Reportedly called The Woz, the show has no set release date. In fact, the duo apparently only recently pitched the program to the Discovery Channel, as suggested by a cryptic tweet from Woz himself. But it seems like a good fit for the duo. According to a press release obtained by Gizmodo, The Woz "introduces the audience to facilities where science fiction is quickly becoming reality."
Kari Byron has been tweeting about hanging out with Woz in recent weeks, fueling speculation that the two were working on a new project together. Shortly before Thanksgiving, for instance, Byron tweeted that "Running around with Woz all day is hilarious" and that the man is a "sweetheart."
Woz has also been in the news lately following the announcement that Seth Rogen of Superbad fame was said to be in talks for the Apple co-founder's role in the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic. Rogen will reportedly work with Woz himself for accuracy and proper characterization.