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What do producing a hit pop song, operating a Mars rover, and making instant ice cream have in common? They all take science, technology, engineering, math—and women. The new CBS TV show Mission Unstoppable asks game-changing women in STEM careers to explore these subjects and more.

Each episode of Mission Unstoppable explores a variety of topics. You might see two groups of teens face off in a STEM battle, take a trip to an ice-cream shop to meet a young inventor, or learn about a lab experiment that you can do at home.

Mission Unstoppable host Miranda Cosgrove told TIME for Kids she hopes viewers discover a career path they never would have dreamed of before seeing the program. “When I was little, I didn’t have a show like this,” Cosgrove says. “I think it’s going to be awesome for young girls to see all these women and all the amazing things they get to do.”