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Inside The American Mob

Take a look at the little-known but pivotal escapades, capers and cadavers thatrntruly compose the history of the mob in America.


Mygrations

For the first time, a human herd of 20 elite Americans joins the great wildebeest migration across the Serengeti in Tanzania. This wild bunch of survivalists, fitness fanatics, scientists, hunters and farmers, will attempt this feat without tapping out due to exhaustion, hunger or injury. They must use their expert survival skills to navigate North without a map or compass, carry only limited food rations, and survive encounters with the world's deadliest predators as they cross 200 miles of brutal terrain. Do they have what it takes to reach the Mara River with the wildebeest, or will Nature tear them apart?


Generation X

How did the generation between baby boomers and millennials become characterized as slackers?


To Catch a Smuggler

This NatGeo series follows Homeland Security officers at New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport as they deal with cases ranging from fraudulent visas to human trafficking.


Witness to Disaster

Hard-hitting amateur, CCTV and news footage reveals how some of the world's biggest natural disasters took away people's lives, homes and hope in Witness Disaster.


Survive the Tribe

A documentary starring Hazen Audel who lives among the the world's fiercest and most isolated tribes. He will explore how some of these tribes survive some of the most hostile places on Earth.


I Am Rebel
Nat Geo,

2016

| Reality

New York's first crime scene photographer chronicles Prohibition-era gang warfare, prompting police to change tactics to end the public violence.


Cabin Fever

Log cabins are the ultimate dream sanctuaries, and this team of skilled builders makes their clients' cabin fantasies a reality. Whether nestled at the base of a mountain or in a suburban backyard, these craftsmen create unique log homes sprung from their clients' imaginations.


How to Survive the End of the World

How To Survive the End of the World examines terrifying and scientifically plausible doomsday scenarios by exploring six distinct, world-threatening events-flooding, freezing, continent-wide storm systems, a global volcanic cataclysm, a killer pandemic, and nano-technology run amok-and the methods by which humanity would fight to survive against grim odds.


Heartland Docs, DVM
Nat Geo,

2020

| Documentary
Rating: 4.5/5

In picturesque rural Nebraska, husband and wife veterinary team Drs. Ben and Erin Schroeder live and work at the center of America's food chain, where the livelihoods of Midwestern farmers connect to families nationwide. Along with their two sons, Charlie and Chase, the Schroeder family is always on the go as their veterinary practice cares for the region's many animals in need. From winter blizzards to spring tornadoes and blistering summer heat waves, Drs. Ben and Erin overcome the obstacles with skill and heart.


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