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Wild Galapagos

Galapagos, an archipelago formed by the ungovernable power of the elements. A paradise, dependent completely on the mercy of the currents, undergoes constant transformations, which grant the survival of all animals on land and in the water. Take a closer look at the most famous islands in the world! Be prepared to see Galapagos like you have never seen it before and you'll be up for a surprise!


Superstructures: Engineering Marvels

Exploring the engineering marvels that are the Superstructures on our Earth.


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.


Armageddon Outfitters

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


Salvage Code Red

In National Geographic Channel's Salvage Code Red, salvors race against time to rescue stricken ships, their cargo and crew, and prevent environmental disaster. Divers venture with helmet cameras inside sunken vessels to capture gripping footage of abandoned behemoths. The series takes viewers inside the bowels of a burning ship while intricate CGI illustrates the immense challenges, and some innovative solutions, in hauling and repairing a sinking vessel.


Smoky Mountain Money

Four teams of mountain folk set out into the Great Smoky Mountains every September, searching the ridge-tops and "hollars" for wild American Ginseng. Ginseng is a federally protected endangered species so the harvesting of wild Ginseng is a heavily regulated, but profitable trade. Ginseng harvesting is a highly competitive and territorial, natural treasure hunt with many similarities to the commercial fishing industry. The teams come from long bloodlines of "Sengers" who have a great respect for the valuable plant and want to conserve as they forage, allowing Ginseng to continue thriving and be a source of income for their children and their children's children. They are all searching for a legendary "Monster 'Seng" - a huge man-shaped root that is rumored to fetch $10,000 on the Asian market.


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.


Total Riff Off
Nat Geo,

2014

| Comedy

On April 1st, the guys from "Mystery Science Theater 3000" and RiffTrax are adding their very own commentary to classic National Geographic Channel programs, featuring excerpts from "Honey Badgers," "Unlikely Animal Friends," "Man v. Monster," "Swamp Men," "Alpha Dogs," and more!


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.


The Lion Ranger

Kevin Richardson, a famous behaviorist, goes out for nearly a year to study his relationships with lions in a South African nature park.