NonfictionAs a new wave of guests arrive at the White Lotus, resort manager Armond tries to assuage an unreasonable Shane and his easy-going wife Rachel, while spa director Belinda calms a grieving Tanya. Meanwhile, Nicole suggests her husband Mark distract himself from a health scare by spending time with their son Quinn, who’s been cast out by his sister Olivia and her friend Paula.
NonfictionHow will the world end? Take your pick from the apocalyptic visions of World War Z, Train to Busan, Zombieland, War of the Worlds, I Am Legend, The Omega Man, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Night of the Comet and The Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
NonfictionAs Armond attempts to do damage control, Belinda tries to redirect Tanya's focus to her business proposal. Paula grows increasingly disillusioned with the Mossbachers. A sidelined Rachel begins to question her future. Nicole rebuffs Mark for airing their dirty laundry to Quinn.
NonfictionRachel shares some harsh truths with Shane and confides in Belinda, who's reeling from bad news of her own. As the Mossbachers turn the page on their harrowing scare, Quinn reveals major life plans. With nothing left to lose, Armond goes on an all-out bender – and exacts the ultimate revenge on his nemesis.
NonfictionAfter Shane shoots down her latest career plans, Rachel is further blindsided by an unexpected arrival. Just as Belinda begins to take her business proposition seriously, Tanya's attention turns to an intriguing hotel guest. Meanwhile, Armond’s renewed commitment to sobriety is put to the test.
NonfictionA cautiously optimistic Belinda walks a fine line with Tanya, while Armond brainstorms ways to deal with Shane. After her husband belittles her work, Rachel approaches Nicole for advice. Paula and Olivia lose track of their stash, while a revived Mark attempts to connect with Quinn.
NonfictionStripped of his gadgets, Quinn reluctantly takes a scuba class with Mark, who’s struggling to process revelations regarding his late father. Hoping to reignite the spark with Rachel, Shane enlists Armond to help plan a romantic evening. Tanya leans on Belinda for support as she scatters her mother's ashes at sea. Paula keeps a secret from a suspicious Olivia.
NonfictionA Nashville couple wants a waterfront retreat on Alabama's Smith Lake to escape their hectic lives. They may have to take on major renovations to create space where they can make memories with their kids and entertain friends and family.
NonfictionTwo new parents fell in love with their Victorian's character and history, but the old-fashioned layout isn't working for their young family. Nate and Jeremiah rework the design to create a bedroom suite and kids' spaces so this family has room to grow.
NonfictionEveryone knows horror sequels suck. Or do they? Fans of films like A Nightmare on Elm Street 3, Psycho II, The First Purge, Bride of Chucky, Scream 2 and Gremlins 2: The New Batch say sometimes sequels are as good or even better than the originals.
NonfictionTwo rival rail companies will stop at nothing to best each other while competing to create the most ambitious engineering project the world has ever seen--an unprecedented railroad that crosses through the wild American continent.
NonfictionA story of surprise and revelation. A veteran wildlife cameraman is bee obsessed. Seeking refuge from the pandemic in a small city garden, he is filming the wild bees that live there with mind-blowing results. From giant bumblebees to scissor bees the size of a mosquito, he has seen over 60 species of bee. But more importantly, he is developing a close relationship with an individual bee.
NonfictionRumors of witchcraft bring Forrest to Africa's Zambezi River, the site of crocodile attacks plaguing a local fishing village. He and his childhood friend are determined to stop the killings and save the croc before things turn even more deadly.
NonfictionThe Alaskan skies are filled with unexplainable lights and objects, but incredible evidence suggests these extraterrestrial visitors are landing. Prehistoric monsters may be alive and well in the Alaska Triangle.
NonfictionSeries premiere. A bizarre 2001 murder in Texas resurrects public interest surrounding NYC real-estate scion Robert Durst, who seeks out filmmaker Andrew Jarecki for an exclusive one-on-one interview.
NonfictionCassius Clay rises from amateur boxer to 1960 Olympic gold medal winner. He turns professional and moves to Miami, sharpening his boxing skills and honing his genius for self-promotion. Meanwhile, he quietly joins the Nation of Islam and becomes a confidant of Malcolm X. In 1964, he shocks the world by upsetting the heavily favored Sonny Liston to win the heavyweight championship.
NonfictionAn ancient figurine of a modern-day airplane. A primitive statue of a man in a spacesuit. Mysterious crystal skulls whose origins are entirely unknown. We're counting down the top ten alien artifacts.
NonfictionMount Shasta in northern California is known as a hotbed of strange events, from Big Foot sightings to UFO encounters to hikers vanishing without a trace. Could the mountain's unique geology and placement on Earth be attracting beings from other worlds?
NonfictionA man crashes into the back of a woman’s vehicle early one morning. Officers respond to the scene only to find her car abandoned. Witnesses point to the other driver, and detectives are horrified to discover a sadistic psychopath who admits to murder.
NonfictionMuhammad Ali faces Joe Frazier in the “Fight of the Century.” Though he loses, Ali becomes a hero. The Supreme Court overturns Ali's conviction, validating his refusal to serve in the war in Vietnam and in 1974, Ali outduels Frazier, his greatest rival, in their highly anticipated rematch. But to complete his comeback, he must face the fearsome George Foreman.
NonfictionJoin scientists on the most ambitious Arctic research expedition ever. Facing hungry polar bears, perilous sea ice cracks, and brutal cold, the team strives to understand the forces that are changing the region--and the world--forever.
NonfictionThe lives of animals and plants are dominated by the sun and fresh water which trigger seasonal journeys. The latest technology and aerial photography enable the Planet Earth team to track some of the greatest mass migrations.
NonfictionIn the first of an all-new two-part special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are on a mission to build a bridge over the River Kwai in Thailand. In order to do so, they must first drive across a country that has been largely closed to Westerners for over 40 years: Burma. The trio must make this trip in three trucks that have been bought for a limited budget. What follows is an epic journey of beautiful scenery, regular adversity, ongoing malfunction, and constant bickering between the three hosts.
NonfictionIt's the ultimate test of man against machine - or should that be dog against machine - as the Top Gear team set out on one of their most ambitious and arduous challenges ever. Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond take part in an epic land race starting in the town of Resolute, Northern Canada, finishing 450 miles later at the Magnetic North Pole.
NonfictionExplore the city of light and love's unexpected surprises on a journey through the lives of the city's working class. Explore the varied ethnic communities which contribute to the pulse and edginess of glitzy Paris.
NonfictionTony travels to Maine with his longtime cameraman and native Mainer- Zach Zamboni. Zach exposes Tony to the food and people of the "two Maine's;" the civilized coastal area and the sparsely populated, untamed, interior region.
NonfictionThis episode focuses on the new giants, the heavyweights of the dinosaur world. It’s only in recent years that we’ve unearthed the biggest dinosaurs that ever lived. One monster eclipsed all others, more than seven times as heavy as Diplodocus this was the immense Argentinosaurus – a single backbone was bigger than a human. For years these giants were considered immune to attack from any predator – until the discovery of– Mapusaurus – a new giant killer whose fate appeared to be inextricably linked to Argentinosaurus.
NonfictionGhost Adventures conducts a special investigation of the infamously creepy Island of the Dolls in Mexico. Zak's fear of dolls intensifies when he witnesses little plastic faces laugh and light up during the night's lockdown.
NonfictionChefs Mark Henry and Larry Delgado hope to leave a grill mark on grill master Bobby Flay's record. Chef Josh Capon and TV host Laura Vitale are there to try and help smoke Bobby out of his own kitchen.
NonfictionMost African Americans struggle to trace their ancestors beyond Emancipation; slavery erased names and family ties with brutal efficiency. But what about the descendants of the handful of free black people who evaded bondage during that terrible time? Musician John Legend and comedian Wanda Sykes discover the extraordinary stories of the free black ancestors they never knew about, while Professor Gates himself and his 98-year-old friend Margarett Cooper delve into the mysteries shrouding the free people of color in their family trees.
NonfictionA couple loves their family home so much they purchased it twice, but while he still enjoys the house after moving back in, she's done with the dated dysfunction. They must choose between Hilary's full renovation or David's promise of a perfect new place.
NonfictionA New Yorker fell in love on a business trip to Mexico, and now they're closing the distance with a home in Mexico City. It might be his hometown, but she's opinionated about the neighborhood, the fashion and just about everything else.
NonfictionIn the 1950's, two enterprising brothers from Wichita, Kansas aim to build their restaurant, Pizza Hut, into a franchise empire by boldly introducing America to a little-known Italian dish--pizza. Americans soon fall in love with their signature, thin crust pizza, but unchecked growth and an underdog rival, Domino's, threatens to derail their first-of-its-kind pizza franchise juggernaut.
NonfictionJohn is in pursuit of fugitive Jason Hines, accused of sexually abusing multiple minors and possibly involved in his wife’s disappearance. Later, a slew of women allege they were sexually assaulted by chiropractor Steven Clifford on the run since 2002.
NonfictionWhen her boyfriend is offered a job in Melbourne that he can't refuse, a New Yorker nervously trades her beloved hometown for his native Australia. She wants a lively neighborhood, but having only one income leaves them with limited options.
NonfictionA New Jersey family of five looks for a lakefront getaway in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. They want a property they can put their personal stamp on, but with a limited budget, they need all hands on deck to keep costs down.
NonfictionGuy Fieri digs into righteous regional flavors where you may not expect to find them, like Cajun jambalaya in Bend, OR, and Pakistani oxtail in Chehalis, WA. Plus, a tiki joint in Houston serves elevated dumplings and honey butter chicken biscuits.
NonfictionGuy Fieri rolls into a tucked-away panini paradise in Chehalis, WA, and a funky Korean spot in Brentwood, TN, gettin' spicy with their chicken and bulgogi. In Houston, a barbecue joint throws Tex-Mex into the mix with brisket tacos and jalapeno sausage.
NonfictionIn Florence, OR, Guy Fieri checks out a seafood shack's crab chowder and creates a crab toast for their menu! Then, a Cuban spot in Chicago is cooking pollo and vaca frita, and a Jamaican joint in Houston is generous with their wet jerk seasoning.
NonfictionCalifornia Congressman Duncan Hunter and his wife Margaret look like the perfect political power couple. But instead of serving the public, these partners in life become partners in crime, conspiring to help themselves to hundreds of thousands in campaign dollars. The Congressman also secretly helps himself to multiple mistresses. When prosecutors indict both Hunters after years of illegal spending, Duncan promptly shifts the blame to his loyal wife--who turns the tables and agrees to help the Feds.
NonfictionJungles provide the richest habitats on the planet - mysterious worlds of high drama where extraordinary animals attempt to survive in the most competitive place on earth. Flooded forests are home to caiman hunting jaguars and strange dolphins that swim amongst the tree tops, while in the dense underworld, ninja frogs fight off wasps and flying dragons soar between trees.
NonfictionJungles cover roughly three per cent of our planet yet contain 50 per cent of the world's species. High-definition cameras enable unprecedented views of animals living on the dark jungle floor. In the Ngogo forest the largest chimpanzee group in the world defends its territory from neighbouring groups. Other jungle specialists include parasitic fungi which infiltrate an insect host, feed on it, and then burst out of its body.
NonfictionIn recent years, our knowledge of life beneath the waves has been transformed. Using cutting-edge technology, One Ocean takes us on a journey from the intense heat of the tropics to our planet's frozen poles to reveal new worlds and extraordinary never-before-seen animal behaviors.
NonfictionGrasslands cover one quarter of all land and support the vast gatherings of wildlife, but to survive here animals must endure hostile seasonal changes. From Asia's bizarre looking saiga antelope, to the giant ant-eaters of Brazil, grassland animals have adapted in extraordinary ways to cope with these extremes.
NonfictionCities are the fastest growing habitat on Earth but, for animals, life in the manmade world is not easy. Some are surprisingly successful - Leopards prowl the streets of Mumbai and Peregrine falcons hunt amongst New York's skyscrapers. Many creatures, however, are struggling to cope in the urban jungle. As the architects of our future will we choose to build cities that are home both for us and for wildlife.
NonfictionInterviewed by Andrew Jarecki, Robert Durst recalls seeing his mother jump to her death when he was seven, and opens up about the marital travails that preceded his wife Kathie's disappearance in 1982.
NonfictionFrom PBS and Ken Burns - A frail, asthmatic young Theodore Roosevelt transforms himself into a vigorous champion of the strenuous life, loses one great love and finds another, leads men into battle and then rises like a rocket to become the youngest president in American history at 42. Meanwhile, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, brought up as the pampered only child of adoring parents, follows his older cousin's career with worshipful fascination and begins to think he might one day follow in his footsteps.
NonfictionHemingway enjoys an idyllic childhood in Oak Park, Illinois but, yearning for adventure, volunteers for the Red Cross during World War I. He marries Hadley Richardson, moves to Paris and begins his life as a writer, publishing In Our Time and The Sun Also Rises. He finds critical and commercial success with his second novel, A Farewell to Arms.
NonfictionThe big blue is the world's greatest wilderness, far from shore and many kilometers deep. It's a vast marine desert where there is little to eat and nowhere to hide. Yet it's home to some of the biggest and most spectacular creatures on earth. This episode reveals what it takes to survive in this savage and forbidding world.
NonfictionThe lads attempt to answer one of the world's great unanswered questions - is it possible to build a truly amphibious car that works as well on water as it is does on land? Also, actor Philip Glenister is the Star in the Reasonably Priced Car and the Lotus Exige S is power-tested by on the track by Jeremy and the Stig.
NonfictionDemocrats retake the White House after twelve years of Republican control, but the scandals that plagued Bill Clinton during the campaign follow him to Washington. After the suicide of White House Counsel Vince Foster, President Clinton attempts to put them to rest by calling for an Independent Counsel to investigate wrongdoing. In the wake of reports that Clinton tasked State Troopers to arrange trysts when he was Governor, Paula Jones files a sexual harassment lawsuit against him and Republicans seize the opportunity to use scandal as a weapon against the Clintons. As the Independent Counsel investigation expands, the pr
NonfictionFor decades the dinosaurs of Africa were lost to us. But recent discoveries have now revealed some of the most spectacular dinosaurs ever found. Two giant killers, both bigger than T.rex; one of these has captured our imaginations; Spinosaurus, the biggest killer known to have walked the earth. Only now has evidence been unearthed that reveals just how two giant killers managed to survive side by side.
NonfictionDown in the southernmost end of the Caribbean, Tony and his crew sample the local cuisine and explore the Caribbean lifestyle while going scuba diving, fishing, and even hunting for a local delicacy.
NonfictionRepublicans take control of the House for the first time in 40 years, led by a new breed of politician, Newt Gingrich. Gingrich's uncompromising partisanship defines the "Republican Revolution" and steers the country towards a government shutdown. President Clinton's flirtation with Monica Lewinsky escalates and culminates in an intimate encounter during the government shutdown. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court takes up the allegations of sexual harassment Paula Jones has pitted against the president as the Independent Counsel indicts a growing circle of his associates. With the 1996 Presidential Election heating up, Monica is
Nonfiction149 million years ago, Oxfordshire was almost entirely submerged in an ocean world ruled not by dinosaurs, but by marine reptiles. This episode tells the story of the violent annual struggle for life here, as hundreds of Ophthalmosaurus come into the shallows to give birth, attracting predators like the Liopleurodon, the biggest of all the carnivores.
NonfictionHost Anthony Bourdain comes out of the closet about his New Jersey roots and takes a sentimental journey through the New Jersey of his youth. Find out why the state can't shake its bad reputation, then dig deep to find the real Jersey identity.
NonfictionBe careful where you walk--history's afoot! See a Vietnam that you've never seen before. During the Vietnam War the media flooded the world with images of soldiers and jungles. What wasn't seen were the tunnels, caves and passageways. Join host Don Wildman as he discovers the massive CuChi tunnel system that gave soldiers the upper hand to the super-bunkers and secret caves used as shelters.
NonfictionFor jazz, the late 1950s is a period of transition when old stars like Billie Holiday and Lester Young will burn out while young talents arise to take the music in new directions. New virtuosos push the limits of bebop: saxophone colossus Sonny Rollins; jazz diva Sarah Vaughan; and the drummer Art Blakey. But the leading light of the era is Miles Davis whose lush recordings expand the jazz audience; and a cultural icon whose tough-guy charisma comes to define what's hip. As the turbulent Sixties arrive, two saxophonists take jazz into uncharted terrain. John Coltrane explodes the pop tune My Favorite Things, while Ornett
NonfictionPrimates are just like us - intelligent, quarrelsome, family-centred. Huge armies of Hamadryas baboons, 400 strong, battle on the plains of Ethiopia to steal females and settle old scores. Japanese macaques in Japan beat the cold by lounging in thermal springs - but only if they come from the right family. An orang-utan baby fails in its struggle to make an umbrella out of leaves to keep off the rain. Young capuchins can't quite get the hang of smashing nuts with a large rock, a technique their parents have perfected. Chimpanzees, our closest relatives, have created an entire tool kit to get their food.
NonfictionLaurel Canyon is a feature documentary in two parts concerning music and culture in the famed Hollywood Hills' Laurel Canyon area which includes archival materials content and music from Joni Mitchell Crosby Stills Nash & Young JD Souther Jackson Browne Linda Ronstadt Carole King Frank Zappa and other key figures in the vibrant music scene.
NonfictionAdam Richman visits St. Louis to chow down on Monte Cristo hot dogs and a platter of barbecue's greatest hits, then attempts to wash 'em all down with nearly a gallon of the best milkshakes in town.
NonfictionIn films like The Dead Zone, Scanners, Doctor Sleep and Beetlejuice, horror superstars Stephen King, David Cronenberg, Mike Flanagan, Brian DePalma, Sam Raimi, Peter Jackson and Tim Burton brought psychic powers to the screen in thrilling new ways.
NonfictionZak and the crew investigate a historic New Mexico hotel where a spike in paranormal activity has caused several employees to quit. The guys suspect the dark wave of supernatural energy was unleashed after a demonic ritual was conducted on the property.
NonfictionMuhammad Ali shocks the world when he defeats George Foreman in Zaire, winning back the heavyweight title and becoming the most famous man on earth. He faces Joe Frazier in the brutal “Thrilla in Manila,” and boxes for five more years. He is diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1984 but continues to travel the world spreading his Islamic faith and becomes a symbol of peace and hope.
NonfictionA genre that takes root with the likes of Rush in the ‘70s, Queensryche and Fates Warning in the ‘80s, and Dream Theater in the ‘90s. Since then, the genre has exploded with creativity, spawning mind-bending, genre-defying acts.
NonfictionWhat happens when toys come alive and seek revenge? Inspired by a possessed doll at Zak Bagans' The Haunted Museum, four teams of cake and sugar artists create spooky and delicious cakes to impress judges Eddie Jackson, Shinmin Li and Aarti Sequeira.
NonfictionIn this program Rick tours bustling Belfast's City Hall and Ulster Museum, then heads out to North Ireland's favorite resort: Portrush along the Antrim Coast, where he taste-tests Irish whiskey, scrambles over some six-sided geology in the Giant’s Causeway, drops in on a world class golf course and stomps his feet to some traditional music.
NonfictionCassius Clay joins the Nation of Islam and adopts the name Muhammad Ali. For three years, Ali dominates the heavyweight ranks but in 1967, he refuses induction into the U.S. Army and becomes one of the most reviled men in America. Ali is stripped of his title, convicted of draft evasion and forced into exile. In 1970, he triumphantly returns to the ring, but it’s clear that he has lost a step.
NonfictionFear and laughter go hand in hand as the crew stirs up spirits at LA's Comedy Store. The building that has collected so many laughs is shadowed by tragedy and violence, creating a paranormal energy unlike any other during the star-studded investigation.
NonfictionOutnumbering atoms a billion to one, neutrinos are the universe’s most common yet most elusive and baffling particle. NOVA joins a global team of neutrino hunters whose discoveries may change our understanding of how the universe works.
NonfictionFrom PBS and Frontline: For the women who pick and process the food we eat every day, getting sexually assaulted, and even raped, is sometimes part of the job. Here is the story of the hidden price many migrant women working in America’s fields and packing plants pay to stay employed and provide for their families.
NonfictionEx-New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin exploits the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina by accepting bribes and corrupting the rebuilding efforts in the Big Easy. Nagin is accused of bilking the devastated city out of an estimated $500,000, taking expensive trips in private jets for him and his family, and orchestrating an exclusive granite contract for his son’s company. He is convicted and is serving 10 years in federal prison.
NonfictionA blended family thought they could fix up their massive home themselves, but Mom is struggling with buyer's remorse. Hilary offers a plan to keep them out of a permanent construction zone, and David looks for a home to meet their needs for years to come.
NonfictionChristina's lifelong friend, Cassie, is moving back to her childhood home in Anaheim Hills, CA. It has not been renovated in over 17 years, and she hopes Christina can make her kitchen and dining area look better than ever before.
NonfictionA husband-and-wife teaching duo relocates from Malaysia to Madrid, Spain. They're eager to teach in an entirely new cultural environment, but they quickly learn that the differences between Malaysia and Madrid extend all the way to the housing market.
NonfictionWith their last child heading off to college, a soon-to-be empty nester couple searches for a new home. He wants to downsize and live in the heart of San Francisco, but she prefers a bigger home in the East Bay with room for their three grown children.
NonfictionTwo young people are finding religion but worry they may be losing themselves in the process. Will they submit to the pressures of spiritual life or break free from the teachings and leave their beliefs behind for good?
NonfictionOn May 6, 1937, the Hindenburg, the world’s largest airship, ignited in a giant fireball; this remains one of the biggest mysteries in aviation history. Now, new evidence shows the airship’s final seconds from a fresh angle and in unrivaled clarity. This program is a gripping, authoritative new investigation of one of history’s most iconic disasters.
NonfictionShowcasing the natural magic of an extraordinary part of the border between the United States and Mexico over four seasons, this film explores Rio Grande’s Big Bend – a vast unspoiled wonderland of serene beauty and astounding desert landscapes which are home to some of North America’s most enchanting animals such as black bears, rattlesnakes, woodpeckers and scorpions.
NonfictionIn the premiere episode of Slow Burn the series launches with an in-depth look at the scandal that was Watergate. Martha Mitchell wife of Richard Nixon's attorney general John Mitchell makes a discovery that changes her life and threatens to take down a sitting president. She will be the first of many to take on a White House determined to hide its secrets.
NonfictionA major discovery shows how life came back after an asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs. With exclusive access to a fossil trove from the key first million years after impact, the film charts the rise of a new living world from the ashes.
NonfictionIn the 1950s, Ray Kroc franchises McDonald's nationwide, but right behind Kroc a wave of other entrepreneurs try to cash in on the fast food restaurant craze. Two Florida visionaries start up what will become Kroc's biggest rival, by re-inventing their kitchen's equipment into the pioneering "flame broiler." Over the next two decades the two iconic restaurants battle it out over burgers, launching signature sandwiches that will become staples all over the world.
NonfictionRobert Irvine ventures to the remote forests of Mackinaw City, Mich., for a seemingly impossible two-part challenge: Create a Paul Bunyan-sized dinner to feed 50 lumberjacks, and cook a logging camp-inspired dish for 250 timber show guests.