If the name or concept sounds familiar, you probably don't live in the U.S. The program was first launched in Canada in 2012, where they answered questions like "What [is] in McNuggets? Is there pink goop?" and "Why does your food look different in the advertising than what is in the store?" It has since been expanded to Australia, New Zealand, parts of Latin America, and now the U.S.
Here, they're tapping former co-host of Mythbusters, Grant Imahara, to "uncover real answers to tough questions by visiting McDonald's suppliers and restaurants across the country," which they'll turn into web videos that they'll share via their website and social media. Questions will also be answered in written form on their website.
If you've got questions to submit, the company is accepting them via its social media channels (i.e. Twitter, Facebook, and the like).
You can check out the first video below. It answers, "Is McDonald's beef real?"
For those of you who watched the video, I'd point out that Grant's "pbbbt" at 1:34 is probably not-so-sanitary around a meat conveyor...