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Killing Jesus

Miniseries sequel to Bill O'Reilly's 'Killing Lincoln' and 'Killing Kennedy.' Details the events leading up to Jesus Christ's crucifixion.


The Yard (2016)
Nat Geo,

2016

| Reality

In the crowded ports of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest sit a handful of salty, machine-fueled, deadline-driven workplaces powered by a nautical breed of hard-working, fun-loving men and women. These boat-repairing operations range in size from small mom-and-pop outfits to massive enterprises blanketing entire coastlines, and they all have one goal in common: fix and build boats fast and make money doing it.


Ultimate Factories

An inside look at the famous factories in the world of industry.


The Pioneers

The show follows four families from South Dakota who trade in all their modern cons, to live a life atypical of that in the 1800s, as there ancestors would of.


Great Migrations

The mini-series, narrated by Alec Baldwin, focuses on the movements of animals across the earth in an effort to find food, to mate, and to survive.


Strippers: Cars for Cash

Two resident teams of vehicle breakers each choose a car, break it into bits and see who can make the most from flogging the parts.


Eat: The Story of Food

You'll see highlights from the docu-miniseries, which tells the story of how food has defined human civilization. Then listen in on a lively discussion with one of Washington's most celebrated chefs, José Andrés, along with NGT Executive Producer Pam Caragol Wells, and Richard Wrangham, primatologist and author of Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human, Anna Boiardi, founder of Cucina Academy (and granddaughter of Chef Boy-ar-Dee), and food historian Andrew F. Smith. Followed by a reception featuring a sampling of foodie favorites from Whole Foods Market!


Uncensored with Michael Ware
Nat Geo,

2017

| Documentary
Rating: 3/5

Nat Geo will present Uncensored with Michael Ware, a series where war correspondent Michael Ware explores the personalities, places and most fascinating cultures in the world, and to be released globally in 171 countries in 45 languages. Famous for its coverage of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, Ware will bring its journalistic style to explore the most vibrant sites, from the wild topography of Papua New Guinea, where women who are believed to be witches are hunted and killed, to the glamorous streets Of Los Angeles, where the celebrities are persecuted and photographed by the paparazzi. Also, stories Uncensored with Michael Ware, consisting of eight episodes, address issues such as the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq in Iran dissident group and the fashion week in New York, as well as visit other countries such as Swaziland and Cuba.


Drugs, Inc.: The Fix

Those enhanced episodes unwraps the facts behind the illegal drug trade.


America the Wild with Casey Anderson

Naturalist Casey Anderson stars in another season of wild explorations traveling across the US to our national parks.