It's amazing. These programmes show what happens in the real world if only we had fast-speed eyes to see it. Instead, high speed cameras are used to show what happens if a droplet impacts on a water surface and how surface tension creates a beautiful crater and corona in the water. Or how sticky fluids like ketchup may act as a concrete wall on which you can walk without getting wet. As long as you keep moving because otherwise it shows its liquid features and you sink.
Amazement and wonder summarizes the physical events that happen all around you but to which you are oblivious because your eyes and mind are too slow to capture it. The series would have become even better if there had been some additional explanation of the physics behind it apart from the popular jargon used. But perhaps that is asking too much of a series meant for Discovery Channel. Those viewers want to be amazed, entertained, but not really mind-challenged.
Recommended for the shear beauty, but do the physics and maths that come with it yourself elsewhere.