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Gangland Undercover is a fact-based drama series that follows Charles Falco, a former meth dealer who infiltrated one of the most violent outlaw motorcycle gangs in America.
The show takes viewers inside Falco's mission as an ATF infiltrator, exposing the inner workings of the gang and the dangerous world of organized crime.
Sons of Liberty
In 1771, a group of colonists protest thirteen years of increasing British oppression, by attacking merchant ships in Boston Harbor. In retaliation, the British close the port, and inflict even harsher penalties.
Forged in Fire: Knife or Death
Forged in Fire: Knife or Death features fearless competitors as they race against the clock putting their blades and blade-wielding skills through a grueling gauntlet of challenges such as slicing through flying watermelons, hacking through massive ice blocks and severing various types of ropes, tubes, metals and item-filled crates.
Pirate Treasure of the Knights Templar
Lost treasure is the foundation of legends and lore, and the greatest lost treasure of all belonged to the Knights Templar. Now, from the medieval fortified cities of Europe to the holy lands of the Middle East and from a secret pirate island in the Indian ocean to America's first great cities, renowned underwater explorer Barry Clifford and historian Scott Wolter are unearthing new evidence in an attempt to find hidden links between two of history's most legendary sects, separated by 500 years: the medieval Knights Templar and 17th century pirates. What they learn may very well alter the course of history and lead them to treasure that's been buried for centuries.
Outlaw Chronicles: Hells Angels
Step into the world of the notorious Hells Angels motorcycle club and discover their history, secrets and inner workings. Outlaw Chronicles: Hells Angels takes you on a thrilling ride through the criminal underworld.
With unprecedented access to members and never-before-seen footage, this series exposes the truth behind one of the most feared and misunderstood organizations in history.
Legend of the Superstition Mountains
The Superstition Mountains are an enigmatic land with a cursed history. Stretching across 160,000 acres of unforgiving Arizona desert may reside a $200 million fortune - lost gold that is the epicenter of a 500-year-old mystery. Thousands have tried and failed to decode the series of cryptic clues said to lead to the fortune, leaving a trail of bodies and blood for anyone who has gotten too close to the truth. Now, new evidence dares five brave treasure hunters to defy the curse and tackle the deadly terrain to unearth the secrets of the Lost Dutchman's gold.
This documentary series explores situations in which technology doesn't work correctly, such as building collapses and airplane crashes, resulting in spectacular (and often tragic) failures.
Experience the intensity of modern warfare through the eyes of U.S. Special Operations Forces. The Warfighters brings first-person accounts of missions in the War on Terror.
Hear gripping stories of bravery and sacrifice from those who have served on the front lines. This series offers a unique perspective on the realities of modern combat.
Legends of the Pharaohs
Legends of the Pharaohs brings to life Egypt's great pyramid builders and traces one remarkable century of epic construction at Giza. The new UK premiere series shines a light on the personal stories of individuals who took part in the construction of the pyramids and the Great Sphinx. Experts and historians explore the birth of these ancient wonders through the eyes of the architects, stone cutters, soldiers and farmers who toiled to fulfil the pharaohs' visions.
Search for the Lost Giants
If you believe giants once roamed the earth, you are not alone. Jim and Bill Vieira are right there with you. They may even be a few steps ahead as they search far and wide for physical evidence of the long-limbed creatures they know to be more than simple legend. Be it hidden or merely lost, they are determined to expose the proof that those folk stories of giants told in so many cultures around the world are true.