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Heartland Docs, DVM
Nat Geo,

2020

| Documentary
Rating: 4.5/5

In picturesque rural Nebraska, husband and wife veterinary team Drs. Ben and Erin Schroeder live and work at the center of America's food chain, where the livelihoods of Midwestern farmers connect to families nationwide. Along with their two sons, Charlie and Chase, the Schroeder family is always on the go as their veterinary practice cares for the region's many animals in need. From winter blizzards to spring tornadoes and blistering summer heat waves, Drs. Ben and Erin overcome the obstacles with skill and heart.


Dian Fossey: Secrets in the Mist

Dian Fossey was a pioneer, a renowned primatologist who dedicated her life to the study of gorillas and their protection. She became an international icon, but in Rwanda she was waging a war. This fight ultimately cost Fossey her life, and her brutal murder in 1985 remains unsolved to this day. This stunning three-part documentary series features rare and previously unseen archival footage of Fossey in her daily habituations as she studies gorillas up-close, and includes in-depth interviews with some of her closest colleagues and friends including her research assistant, who was accused of her murder, Wayne McGuire and friend Sir David Attenborough.


Cesar Millan's Leader of the Pack
Nat Geo,

2012

| Pets/Animals, Reality, Game Show
Rating: 1/5

In each episode of "Cesar Millan's Leader of the Pack", premiering Jan. 5 on Nat Geo WILD, Millan combats the global issue of canine abandonment, giving "unadoptable" dogs a second chance and coaching families across Europe who are vying for the opportunity to adopt these lucky pups.


Inside Combat Rescue

The war that rivals Vietnam as the United States' longest still rages in Afghanistan. In the heart of the fighting are the Pararescuemen (PJs) of the 38th Rescue Squadron, who have made it their mission to risk their lives to save those in peril. For the first time in their history, the PJs allow camera crews to extensively cover their missions in Afghanistan.


Rocky Mountain Law

Sheriff Deputies in the counties of Boulder, Eagle and Grand, Colorado fight crime in America's most rugged terrain: The Rocky Mountains. Intense manhunts by foot, skis and snowmobiles; attempting to solve complex murders and drug running mysteries, are all in a day's work while trying to keep the Rockies one of the most beautiful places on earth. Follow officers as they protect and serve both the residents and the majestic mountains.


Dirty Rotten Survival
Nat Geo,

2015

| Travel, Reality
Rating: 3.5/5

Three men hope to reinvent the American road trip by taking less-traveled roads through each state.


Original Sin: Sex

The sexual revolution is alive and thriving. National Geographic Channel examines a once-taboo subject that is now impacting every aspect of society, from pop culture and science to politics and social interaction. The six-part series explores how sex is increasingly permeating contemporary cultures around the world, shaping lives by becoming more visible via the Internet, advertising, education and the media. Archival footage, animation, interviews and re-creations help uncover surprising ways sex impacts humanity and how societal conditions have changed over the past 50 years.


The Big Picture With Kal Penn

With the explosion of infographics and big data, maps aren't just about geography anymore. They can tell us all kinds of things about the human experience. National Geographic Channel's new series The Big Picture With Kal Penn is all about finding the unexpected==and sometimes surprising-realities in both the world at large and our own backyard, revealed by crunching the numbers and finding new ways to visualize data. Host and producer Kal Penn is taking viewers on a journey to understand how things like money, sex, food, sports and crime influence our daily lives. Exploring and generating infographics from information banks and data analyses, we investigate different themes through the mapping of new data, the creative visualization of information, and in-depth personal stories with fascinating characters.


The Strange Truth
Nat Geo,

2016

| News

A smart, unexpected series that explores, illuminates and documents the hard to believe, the mind boggling and occasionally insane secret history of everything. From bizarre science to unnatural nature, very real conspiracies and too-far-out explorations, nothing is left but the strange truths of it all.


Abandoned

The saying goes, "one man's junk is another man's treasure" and that is certainly the case for expert carpenter and collector Jay Chaikin. He makes a living scouring the nation for abandoned buildings that may hold unexpected "gems" of history with shockingly high values.


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