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Crowd Control

What do you get when you cross hidden cameras, the BIG Piano, 50,000 commuters and a team of behavioral scientists, builders and engineers? Answer: National Geographic Channel's new fun and fact packed undercover science intervention show, Crowd Control.


EyeWitness War

The show follows the men and women of the Army, Navy, Drug Enforcement Administration, Coast Guard and other forces as they deal with battles, drug trafficking and explosives.


Kentucky Justice

Harlan County, Kentucky, is no stranger to violence. Its long mining history means it's seen its fair share of corruption, moon-shining, and murder. The coal mining wars may be over, but with a depressed economy, including the closure of many mines, the County is facing a new crime wave: a growing prescription drug problem.


Legendary Catch
Nat Geo,

2019

| Documentary
Rating: 1/5

Expert fisherman Carter Andrews sets out to catch the mysterious, dangerous and treacherous fish that have fascinated and terrorized humankind for the entirety of its existence.


Apollo: Back to the Moon

A chronicle of the Apollo space program which included tragic setbacks and historic successes.


Navajo Cops

These modern day warriors are on a mission to protect the largest Indian reservation in North America, and to preserve an ancient way of life. They must deal with big city crime like gangs, drugs, murders, and human trafficking while also protecting wildlife, cultural landmarks, and endangered archaeological sites.


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!


The Raft

The Raft follows two separate, two man rafts as they fight the harshest of ocean conditions in an attempt to stay alive. All they have is their own ingenuity, miles of endless water, paralyzing fear, loneliness and isolation that comes from facing your own mortality. Can they last at sea until they hit land? Or will extreme conditions cause them to surrender? With this extreme physical and mental challenge, it's not only their own survival they have to endure, but each other. If one wants to quit, the adventure is over for the both of them.


Inside North Korea's Dynasty

National Geographic's four-part documentary explores the Kim family's dark and surreal story and provides a fresh perspective on the strange history of Kim family and the creation of North Korea.


Dogtown

Dogtown follows the stories of orphaned, unwanted, or problem dogs who find their way to Best Friends Animal Society. They are each rehabilitated by Dogtown volunteers and employees. Some are adopted out into forever homes. Those who don't find homes live the rest of their lives at the Dogtown facility or in foster care.