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Missing Dial
Nat Geo,

2016

| Reality, Crime
Rating: 4/5

In a project that hits close to home, National Geographic Channel forays into the true-crime genre by documenting biologist and National Geographic explorer Roman Dial's investigation into the 2014 disappearance of his son. An experienced outdoorsman, Cody Roman Dial vanished while trying to complete a solo expedition through the Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica, one of Central America's most dangerous jungles. "Missing Dial" chronicles how Roman, along with a former DEA special agent and a retired United States Air Force pararescue jumper/wilderness expert, spent nearly eight months in Costa Rica interviewing witnesses, interrogating suspects and trekking deep into the jungle in pursuit of new leads. They retrace Cody's last-known whereabouts and use hidden cameras and fake identities to uncover a web of lies, surprising clues and a shocking twist.


Family Guns

A reality series documenting daily life at New Jersey's International Military Antiques, a family-run supplier of military collectibles.


National Geographic Documentaries

Go behind the scenes of life on our planet with National Geographic videos. Share the wonder of the natural world with educational animal videos for kids. Let National Geographic be your all-access pass with documentary videos about the U.S. State Department, the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, or 9/11. Experience the past coming to life with culture and history videos, and engage more deeply with the present with science and nature.


Kingdom of the Mummies
Nat Geo,

2020

| Documentary
Rating: 5/5

In the shadow of the world's oldest pyramids, a team of archaeologists, led by Dr. Ramadan Hussein, has made the discovery of a lifetime: a fully intact burial complex buried deep beneath the sand.


Doomsday Castle

Brent Sr. is summoning his children to finish the construction of his enormous, only half-completed castle isolated deep in the Carolina mountains in an undisclosed location, and to test their survival skills to find out if they each have what it takes to survive the coming apocalypse.


Big Fix Alaska
Nat Geo,

2016

| Reality
Rating: 5/5

The series chronicles the wild adventures of a full service master mechanic shop that takes on high-risk jobs across the frozen Tundra. Risking life and limb on every job, this charismatic 10+ man team of Alaska roughnecks brave the elements and work around the clock repairing super machines under the harshest conditions and in the most remote places in the world. Danger, risk and incredible skill, are some of the attributes these premier master mechanics put to the test repairing anything and everything with an engine. They are specialists of a different breed and can fix things from a stranded crab boats in the middle of the bearing sea to multi-million-dollar cranes frozen to the earth near the North Pole. With a constant work schedule, high stakes and 24-hour service, there is never a dull moment.


Banged Up Abroad

A look at the risks traffickers face if they are caught.


Filthy Riches

We travel across the country to find industrious and ingenious Americans who prove they're not afraid to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty to make a living. Dealing in the diverse, exotic and, even occasionally, cringe-worthy underground economy of crud. Eels, mushrooms, ginseng, bloodworms and burls are important natural resources. Their harvesting goes back many generations and is now subject to federal, state and local laws. Anyone contemplating these activities should follow all legal requirements and sustainable practices.


Supercar Megabuild
Nat Geo,

2016

| Documentary
Rating: 5/5

Following British mechanics as they overhaul a ordinary car into a extraordinary supercar.


Drugs, Inc.: The Fix

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


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