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Hitler's Death Army - Das Reich

6 June 1944, D-Day. As the Allies storm the beaches of Normandy, Hitler orders the return of the Das Reich, the infamous Panzer elite division best known for its mass murders in the Ukraine and in Belarus, based at that time in southwest of France. Its mission: to push the Allies back into the Atlantic and turn the tide of the conflict in favor of the Germans. The SS division, with 15,000 men and more than 200 tanks, faces relentless attacks from the Resistance as it moves north through France. Along the way, it conducts vicious reprisals and massacres of civilians (Oradour-sur-Glane, Tulle). The film will retrace the last year of Hitler's death squad and their crimes against humanity. We will follow the everyday lives of these SS officers, their recruitment and training on the Eastern Front, and try to understand who exactly were these men who perpetrated the massacres.


Rescue Ink Unleashed

This show follows Big Ant, Johnny O, Joe Panz and Eric, each members of Rescue Ink, a group of "bad boys" that dedicate their lives to rescuing animals from abusive environments and teaching their owners a lesson.


The Monster Project

A documentary series exploring various urban myths revolving around monsters.


Armageddon Outfitters

If the floodwaters rise, if the virus spreads, if the bombs go off - these men are ready.


Python Hunters
Nat Geo,

2010

| Reality

A national television film crew followed the lives of three real-life Burmese python hunters as they hiked through the Everglades in search of the non-native constrictor snakes that can weigh up to 200 pounds and extend up to 23 feet in length.


Street Food Around The World

Street Food Around the World, is a factual entertainment television series hosted by actor Ishai Golan ('Uri' from 'Prisoners of War,' the series that served as the inspiration for the hit American series 'Homeland'). The series is produced by Ananey Communications and is aired worldwide on networks such as National Geographic Asia and Discovery Latin America. The third season is currently in development. In every episode, host Ishai Golan explores the origins and recipes of the most savory and surprising local dishes around the world. Ishai travels to a different city and in the time span of 24 hours; he meets with the locals and must eat whatever they eat. The series takes the viewers on an exciting journey to discover the culinary gems of food stalls, colorful food markets and popular local restaurants, which draw hundreds of passers-by every day.


Alerta Aeropuerto

Alerta Aeropuerto is a documentary series that follows the day-to-day life of airport security agents from various countries, an elite body of the national police composed of 500 agents working to guarantee the safety of the more than 20,000 people and 400 flights that can travel daily through these facilities and avoid the two most serious problems facing the airport, cocaine trafficking and illegal immigration.


Paranatural

This series tries to explain strange phenomena, such as mysterious lights in the sky and Chupacabra sightings on the ground, by investigating these cases and meeting with researchers and scientists for possible explanations.


National Geographic Wild X Files

From the odd and amusing to the downright creepy, mysteries found in nature are no less weird than anything found in popular science fiction! In a brand new series of Wild X Files, Wednesdays at 8pm from 22 August, see real-life cases from the natural world that will baffle and fascinate you. On Shark Attack Beach, where 7% of the world's shark attacks occur, experts try to understand why the full moon seems to increase attacks. In the Cotswolds, a weird creature appears to be stalking dog walkers. And, in an apocalyptic scene right out of a sci-fi thriller, 5,000 blackbirds suddenly fall out of the sky in Arkansas on New Year's Eve. Other cases covered include the hundreds of elk who dropped dead for no apparent reason and the strange appearance of Star Jelly which left locals scratching their heads in the Scottish Highlands. Experts attempt to find the answers to these bizarre mysteries.


Man Made

Man-Made tells the extraordinary stories behind ordinary things. Go inside factories, machinery and buildings to talk to the workers, inventors and contractors about how everything gets made. This is the US equivalent of the popular series Megastructures.