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Brazil UntamedBrazil Untamed

The Pantanal is the world's largest tropical wetland, a lush environment where a tangled web of lives comes together. Tree-dwelling capuchin monkeys, gravity-defying Piraputanga fish that leap out of the water to pluck fruit from trees, and over 650 species of birds call this ecosystem home. Wade into this wonderland of biodiversity and uncover its natural rhythms.


The Living BeachThe Living Beach

Where do waves come from, and why are they always parallel to the shore, no matter which way the shore faces? THE LIVING BEACH highlights the world's most unique and amazing beaches, and reveals how physics, nature and our own interactions contribute to the creation and evolution of these coastlines.


Ocean ParksOcean Parks

From the untouched, pristine waters of the Caribbean island of Bonaire to the vibrant beauty of the Mesoamerican Reef, explore some of the rarest protected aquatic paradises in the world.


Wildlife IconsWildlife Icons

A number of iconic species call the vast biodiversity of Africa home. From close-knit communities of hamadryas baboons to graceful herds of springbok, get a closer look at the some of the remarkable wildlife within the continent's mighty ecosystem.


Coastal AfricaCoastal Africa
Smithsonian Channel, 2016 | Documentary
Rating: 5/5

The narrow coast that runs along the southern tip of Africa is home to an abundance of vibrant wildlife, thanks to the two ocean currents that wash up along its opposite shores. Explore the vast ecosystems that make it a haven for biodiversity.


L.A. Frock StarsL.A. Frock Stars

Raymond is prized for her tenacity in finding hidden gems and for her encyclopedic knowledge of designer fashion. The Way We Wore(R) is a destination for Hollywood's modern-day glitterati as well as high-profile stylists to the stars. "L.A. FROCK STARS" offers an inside look at the quest for the perfect dress. Raymond and her colorful staff, Sarah, Shelly Lyn, Jascmeen and Kyle, assist an endless stream of clients, all with unique needs, from Dita von Teese and Debi Mazar to Linda Ramone and a host of others.


Undiscovered VistasUndiscovered Vistas

UNDISCOVERED VISTAS is an awe-inspiring journey that reveals some of the most beautiful places in the world. Spectacular aerial vistas of cavernous canyons and lush rainforests draw viewers into an immersive natural landscape, while lyrical writing tells the stories of the nature, history and mythology that shaped the planet's geographic wonders. From the beautiful islands of the Bahamas to the majestic volcanoes of the Chilean desert, the globe's unspoiled beauty is uncovered here.


Major League LegendsMajor League Legends

They were mythical gods of the stadium who symbolized the American Dream. No one in baseball could match the power, the popularity, the consistency, or the durability of Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, and Lou Gehrig. But their accomplishments on the field only tell part of their remarkable stories. Narrated by Martin Sheen, Major League Legends goes beyond the highlight reels. Join us as we examine these men's lives before, during, and after they came up to the plate and swung their way into American history.


Malawi Wildlife RescueMalawi Wildlife Rescue
Smithsonian Channel, 2021 | Documentary
Rating: 4/5

Malawi is a small African country that has made a big push to protect its wildlife. Leading the effort is American veterinarian Dr. Amanda Salb and her colleagues at the country's only animal rescue center, where injured and abandoned creatures are saved and rehabilitated. This six-part series follows the dedicated team as they care for a variety of patients, including vervet monkeys, bulbuls, baboons, hedgehogs, and many more, often working with limited resources and in dangerous conditions as they prepare the animals to return to the wild.


Space VoyagesSpace Voyages

This four part series explores the challenges and opportunities of modern space exploration. NASA is sizing up a new but familiar challenge: how to transport humans into deep space. After 30 years spent circling the Earth, NASA is building spacecraft to take astronauts beyond the Moon to an asteroid and eventually Mars. From rocket testers in Mississippi, to capsule builders in Florida, this is the story of the spacecraft and the technicians aiming to follow in the footsteps of their Apollo ancestors.