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Europe's New WildEurope's New Wild
PBS, 2021 Cancelled/Ended | Documentary
Rating: 3/5

Explore the resurgence of iconic wildlife and natural processes across Europe's most breathtaking landscapes, from the Arctic Circle to rich river wetlands, from deep forests to rugged mountain peaks.

History DetectivesHistory Detectives
PBS, 2003 Cancelled/Ended | Mystery, History, Documentary

This series explores the true stories behind historic sites, artifacts and tall tales at the request of citizens all over America, with the help of an inquisitive team of fact-finders with an uncanny talent for uncovering the truth.

Future of Work (2021)Future of Work (2021)
PBS, 2021 On Hiatus | Family, Documentary | ► Trailer

Exploring changes in the workplace and the long-term impact on workers, employers, educators and communities.

The Invisible ShieldThe Invisible Shield
PBS, 2024 Running | Medical, Documentary | ► Trailer
Rating: 1/5

The Invisible Shield, a four-part documentary series, reveals a little-known truth: that public health saved your life today and you probably don't even know it. But while public health makes modern life possible, the work itself is often underfunded, undervalued, and misunderstood.

Extra Life: A Short History of Living LongerExtra Life: A Short History of Living Longer
PBS, 2021 On Hiatus | Documentary

А four-part series from Nutopia that examines the science and medical innovations that conquered some of the world's deadliest diseases and doubled life expectancy for many across the globe.

Frontline: WorldFrontline: World
PBS, 2007 Cancelled/Ended | Educational, Documentary
Rating: 4/5

Frontline: World features first person stories that take viewers on adventures around the world. Bringing light to many international issues, this show educates as well as entertains.

Asian AmericansAsian Americans
PBS, 2020 Cancelled/Ended | Documentary

The series examines what the 2010 U.S. Census identifies as the fastest growing racial/ethnic group in the United States. Told through individual lives and personal histories, "Asian Americans" explores the impact of this group on the country's past, present, and future. Led by a team of Asian American filmmakers, including Academy Award-nominated series producer Renee Tajima-Peña, "Asian Americans" examines the significant role of Asian Americans in shaping American history and identity, from the first wave of Asian immigrants in the 1850s and identity politics during the social and cultural turmoil of the twentieth century to modern refugee crises in a globally connected world.

Dinosaur TrainDinosaur Train
PBS, 2009 On Hiatus | Family, Children, Animation
Rating: 4.5/5

Friendly dinosaurs climb aboard a train to visit different times throughout the prehistoric age, learning about dinosaurs and having fun adventures.

The GreeksThe Greeks
PBS, 2016 Cancelled/Ended | History, Documentary

National Geographic's landmark event series, The Greeks, brings together historians, archaeologists, actors, athletes, scientists and artists to launch a groundbreaking exploration into the ancient Greeks' journey - not just to better understand their past, but to discover how their legacy illuminates our present, and will shape our future. The story of the Greeks is the story of us.

No Passport RequiredNo Passport Required
PBS, 2018 Cancelled/Ended | Travel, Cooking/Food, Reality, Documentary

Join chef Marcus Samuelsson on an inspiring journey across the U.S. to explore and celebrate the wide-ranging diversity of immigrant traditions and cuisine woven into American food and culture.

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