Battle for the Elephants: (Natural history, 1x60 min. HD) Goes undercover to expose the criminal network behind ivory’s supply and demand. Outspoken and brave crime investigators and conservationists heroically fight for the elephant and demonstrate how they are far more complex creatures than ever imagined.
Inside World War II: (History, 1x180 min./3x60 min. HD) Takes a look at personal wartime experiences from the veterans and citizens who endured the frontline’s bloody conflicts each day. Images of combat and compelling graphics and maps tell the story of a war that was unlike any our world had ever seen before.
A New Age of Exploration: (Science & tech., 1x60 min. HD) Meet the trailblazers who are working on the unexplored frontiers of human imagination and innovation such as explorer and finder of the Titanic, Bob Ballard, and the anthropologist behind the Genographic Project, Spencer Wells.
Scam City: (Travel & adventure, 10x60 min. HD) Using hidden cameras, host Conor Woodman goes undercover to get scammed so tourists don’t have to. Meeting with clever con artists from Buenos Aires to Prague, Istanbul to Bangkok, Conor gains their trust, learns the tricks and gets into a few tussles along the way.
Superstorm New York: What Really Happened: (Science & tech., 1x60 min. HD) We take apart the science behind this massive clash of weather systems, showing what happens when a tropical hurricane slams into a freezing cold front, over the most densely populated region in America.
Costa Concordia Disaster: One Year On: (History, 1x60 min. HD) On Friday, January 13, 2012, the Costa Concordia, one of Europe's largest cruise ships, collided with a rock off the Italian island of Giglio and ran aground, leaving 30 people dead and two lost. Now, one year on, using new info from the ship's voyage data recorder, eyewitness accounts and audio recordings of the captain, we can examine what really happened as 4,200 people attempted to flee the sinking ship.
To Catch a Smuggler: JFK Airport: (Popular factual, 5x60 min. HD) Stationed at New York’s JFK International Airport, officers with US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) crack down on criminals attempting to smuggle illegal goods and drugs into the United States.
Evacuate Earth: (Science & tech., 1x120min./1x60 min. HD) Loaded with dramatic interviews with the world's top experts, exploring the question of how we would move off earth when the time arrives.
Abandoned: (Popular factual, 13x30 min. HD) Expert craftsman and collector Jay Chaikin and his partners make a living scouring the nation for abandoned buildings that may hold unexpected “gems” of history with shockingly high values.
Killing Lincoln: (History, 1x120 min./1x60 min. HD) Narrated on camera by Tom Hanks, this adaptation of Bill O’Reilly’s novel offers fresh historical insight about the final days of Lincoln, as well as the treasonous plot by one of the most notorious, yet complex villains of all time.
Strippers: Cars for Cash: (Popular factual, 10x60 min. HD) Two teams of car dismantlers are put head-to-head to hunt down cars to buy, break up and sell the parts. With the car stripped and the parts sold, they see which team has made the most profit by turning a car to straight cash.
Fish Tank Kings : (Popular factual, 6x60 min. HD) Extreme fish tanks have become the ultimate status symbol. But it takes unparalleled skill, creativity and teamwork to pull off the most extreme of these tanks, and this job is as pressure filled as the massive underwater creations they build.
Birth of Europe : (Science/tech., 3x60 min. HD) Crushed, pounded, flooded and exploded into life, Europe is a battlefield of nature. This series reveals the extraordinary and shocking story of how Europe has been created by nature’s most titanic forces.
Alien Deep with Bob Ballard: (Science/tech., 5x60 min. HD & 1x60 min. 3D) Visit breath-taking sites on a surreal journey where cameras catch never-before-seen rock formations, lava vents, and unusual species that call the ocean floor home as Ballard explores these underwater worlds where no man has gone before.
Weapons of the Wild : (Natural history, 6x60 min. HD) With newly developed technology we can now investigate the amazing mechanics, complex chemistry and impressive architecture of animal weaponry that has evolved over millions of years and explore its lethal effect in more detail than ever before.
Pirates in Paradise : (Popular factual, 1x60 min. HD) The paradise islands of the Seychelles have become the reluctant focus of the world’s battle against 21st century piracy. A rag-tag band of Somalis have brought crisis to the Indian Ocean, costing the world economy over $12 billion every year. We learn how for those who have undergone the traumatic ordeal of capture and ransom, the impact is shattering.
Doomsday Preppers : (Popular factual, 12x60 min. HD) Following a year when the daily news cycle has been dominated by financial instability, government coups and the latest disaster footage, one group of people believes this year could be their last. This series explores the lives of otherwise ordinary Americans who are preparing for the end of the world as we know it.
Australia: The Time Traveller’s Guide: (Natural history, 1x60 min. HD) Buckle up for a rocky ride down the road of time with series host Dr. Richard Smith as he takes you on a rollicking adventure from the birth of the Earth to the emergence of the world we know today. No continent tells the story of the planet’s evolution better than Australia.
Untamed Americas: (Natural history, 4x60 min. HD) From the tops of soaring mountains to the depths of tangled forests, this series tells the epic stories of the Americas you never knew existed— wild and untamed, with some of the most dramatic landscapes and surprising wildlife stories on our planet.
Freaks & Creeps: (Natural history, 3x60 min. HD) National Geographic Emerging Explorer and zoologist Lucy Cooke loves the animals that the rest of us don’t; the underdog, the unappreciated and the downright ugly. Follow Lucy and her signature sense of humor across three continents as she turns the popularity contest in nature upside down.