NonfictionAn EMT first responder juggles the joy of family with the pressures of the night shift, which includes a gunshot victim, a motorcyclist hit by a car, a man in custody, and a Vietnam veteran with a grisly finger injury.
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.
NonfictionWhen a friendly playdate turns into a request for help, Christina takes on a coastal couple's primary bathroom redesign. She's got to find a way to satisfy a design-centric mom while meeting her Hollywood stuntman husband in the middle.
NonfictionKiana Marshall, her brother Corey, and their friend Alexis are murdered. Now, bodycam and CCTV capture the hunt for their insane killer. Twisted tales lead detectives on a wild goose chase, but the killers are revealed and must face the consequences.
NonfictionGermany starts World War II in Europe and Japan attacks Pearl Harbor. The U.S. needs to build a vast war machine. Now, the same President who once vilified the Titans must ask them to set aside their own self-interests and join forces.
NonfictionWith 1,300 rooms, Hampton Court is one of the largest palaces in Britain, and it's not just the building that's enormous. The outside is a vast expanse of gardens, ponds, parks, and stables. We follow a day of activity to see how its team of warders, its wildlife officer, and its head coachman tend to their visitors, royal deer herds, and rare Shire horses. We also leave the present day to examine the private lives of the Tudors, focusing on Jane Seymour and the immense challenges she faced to produce a male heir for Henry VIII.
NonfictionFor their final takeover task, Ben and Erin help heal the tornado-damaged part of Wetumpka by breaking ground on a farmers market overlooking the Coosa River. Then, Jasmine Roth and Ty Pennington pitch in to restore a 130-year-old landmark's former glory.
NonfictionWhen Christina's design partner James brings her a project from a musical family in Fullerton, California, she learns that their house is full of memories and tailors her design to underscore a homeowner's nostalgia.
NonfictionTurnpike's Rest Stop in Spring Hill, FL, is sinking fast. It doesn't take long for Robert Irvine to discover a communication breakdown between the owner and her daughter, and he also pinpoints their oversized subs as the root of their financial troubles.
NonfictionAfter the burned body of a beautiful young nursing student is discovered near a rural road, detectives investigate several suspects until the trail of evidence unearths a disturbing and predatory plot.
NonfictionThe Roaring Twenties come to a halt as the Stock Market crashes. Just as the Titans' fight for dominance leaves its mark on the New York skyline, the Great Depression arrives and cripples their empires.
NonfictionWhen a body found dumped in a gritty Brooklyn neighborhood is later identified as criminal justice student Imette St. Guillen, detectives must retrace her final hours at a Manhattan bar to catch her killer.
NonfictionIn the first of a two-part Top Gear special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are in Africa with a simple mission to find the definitive source of the Nile. Over the years many explorers claim to have already done just that, but the Top Gear trio believes that they can do better by traveling further and faster than any exploration team in history using only grit, ingenuity and three ageing estate cars.
NonfictionIn the second part of the Top Gear special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May continue their epic African Odyssey. Having survived insane traffic, lethal mud slides and some distinctly dubious map reading, the trio and their ailing estate cars reach the climax of their quest to find the definitive source of the Nile.
NonfictionHemingway, having achieved a level of fame rarely seen in the literary world, settles in Key West with Pauline Pfeiffer and spends his time seeking new conquests in the natural world – marlin fishing in the Gulf Stream and hunting in Africa. Inspired by the fight against Fascism, he reports on the Spanish Civil War and begins a tempestuous romance with Martha Gellhorn.
NonfictionOut of the ashes of World War One, a new generation of Titan rises. During the Roaring Twenties, these Titans fight to outsmart, outmaneuver, and outshine one another in the bold new industries of the Machine Age.
NonfictionA woman's body is found strangled and partially nude off the side of a Connecticut country road. Investigators apprehend a suspect in her murder, only to discover he's a prolific serial killer - responsible for the rape and the murder of eight women.
NonfictionTwo women with a shared wall between their townhouses become increasingly volatile with each other as their once good relationship disintegrates. Food fights, physical altercations, and mutual vandalism will finally come to a bloody climax.
NonfictionVEEP star Reid Scott makes a campaign run against Bobby Flay with an all-star running mate, Food Network's Sunny Anderson. Chefs Ned Baldwin and Sieger Bayer want to veto Bobby's winning record and snag a landslide victory of their own.
NonfictionDavid meets his newest winners in the semi-rural countryside of the border between New York and Canada. Despite the winter chill, they're looking forward to the summers as they search for a home with country charm and a pool.
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.
NonfictionThe last day in the Gulf before the Nimitz heads home. The jets take off, laden with ordnance, and return hours later, still carrying the same bombs. As the Nimitz crosses the equator, the entire ship takes part in the Crossing the Line Ceremony, an ancient maritime ritual. In the middle of flight operations, a storm arises in the South Indian Ocean. The deck pitches violently, turning the already dangerous task of landing on the carrier into a nail-biting, heart-pounding drama. This program contains explicit language. Viewer discretion is advised.
NonfictionHemingway, reeling from his split with Martha, attaches himself to the U.S. Army as it moves through Normandy and liberates Paris. After the war he tries to start a new life with Mary Welsh but is beset with personal tragedies and professional mishaps. He publishes The Old Man and the Sea and wins the Nobel Prize but eventually is overcome by addiction, physical trauma and depression.
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.
NonfictionDuring the Gulf War, a military KC-135 finds itself in peril during a late-night refueling assignment near enemy territory. A spectacular blowout has taken out two of its engines, and the crew is forced to abort the mission and attempt an emergency landing... with no radio support. Miraculously, the pilots and aircraft survive. Investigators suspect the damage may have come from enemy fire, but when they discover no scorch marks or explosive residue, they struggle to determine what kind of force could tear the left engines off the plane.
NonfictionThe chefs set out to make trendy 1990s foods yummy for a new millennium. The combination of ingredients in the first basket confuses the competitors, and missteps threaten to derail one competitor's plans in the dessert round.
NonfictionA young woman far away from home finds herself increasingly isolated from her friends and family by the man she loves. As his efforts to control her intensify, she comes to realize that he will stop at nothing to keep her by his side.
NonfictionOn an early morning takeoff in Kentucky, two experienced pilots struggle to get their regional jet airborne. They finally run out of runway and crash into a nearby field, killing all but one of the 50 people aboard. NTSB Investigators try to piece together what went wrong but end up with more questions than answers. It's only after retracing Comair Flight 5191's taxi route and listening to the cockpit recorder that they uncover a series of missteps that caused the pilots to lose track of their position on their way to the runway.
NonfictionLifelong renters are looking for their first home in the heart of Chicago. They want it to include a rental property, but while she's focused on the investment, he wants to make sure that everything still feels like home.
NonfictionAn ancient bronze disk adorned with gold may contain the oldest images of the cosmos ever discovered; using new research and the latest tech, experts investigate if this artifact could be the work of a prehistoric astrologer or just an elaborate hoax.
NonfictionA strange sea fortress that guards icy waters is home to a grim secret; experts investigate the mysteries at this eerie structure, which fought an invisible enemy far more deadly than ever imagined.
NonfictionA blended family living abroad in Singapore is on the move again to Ireland. While they all have quality time together as a priority, Dad's focus on a postcard view has mom worried about the overall transition for this family of ten.
NonfictionCarrie shows off her Charleston roots making shrimp and grits with her dad. She then teams up with her mom, Callie, to prepare snapper for a dinner party. Then, Carrie joins a few of her lifelong friends for a girls’ night. Together, they prepare a salmon dish for dinner and reminisce about the early days of Carrie’s business and how they banded together to help launch her biscuit empire.
NonfictionThe world's biggest car program is back with a brand new, two-part special in which Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May take three V8-engined sports cars on a grueling 1600 journey through the spectacular landscapes of Patagonia.
NonfictionIn part two, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May continue in their quest to take three V8-engined sports cars on an epic journey through Patagonia to the southernmost city in the world. Along the way they encounter stunning landscapes, mechanical meltdowns and torturously unpaved roads before a terrifying turn of events brings their adventure to a heart-stopping climax.
NonfictionSamuel Clemens rose from a hardscrabble boyhood in the backwoods of Missouri to become, as Mark Twain, America's best known and best loved author. Considered in his time as the funniest man on Earth, Twain was also an unflinching
critic of human nature who used his humor to attack hypocrisy, greed, and racism. He created some of the world's most memorable characters as well as its most quoted sayings. And, in his often-misunderstood novel Huckleberry Finn, he brought forth a masterpiece that Earnest Hemmingway called the true beginning of American Literature. This remarkable film tells the story of Twain's life, full of ro
NonfictionFor more than 2 centuries, a ranch in Utah has been associated with strange and disturbing occurrences that defy physical reality. Now, a team of dedicated scientists, researchers and experts are determined to solve the mystery and reveal The Secrets of Skinwalker Ranch.
NonfictionWhy is the Empire State Building listed as having 102 floors when it actually has a 103? How did a German spy's terror attack cause the Statue of Liberty's torch to be closed to the public for over a century? And what does tiny North Brother Island in the East River have to do with "Typhoid Mary"? The Big Apple is a city of secrets, some tucked away and others hidden in plain sight. We follow six experts as they journey uptown, downtown, east to west, and even underground in search of New York's most remarkable and surprising stories.
NonfictionA troubled 29-year-old son gets kicked out of his parents' house after spending the family fortune on a web-cam model. But when his mother, father, and brother are found murdered, the young man insists he's innocent.
NonfictionWith one last chance to claim a spot in the finale, the bakers get creative with Nevada's Basque cake using Southwest chile peppers as the featured flavor. Then they must combine New Mexico's state cookies, biscochitos, and flan into an original dessert.
NonfictionWhat began as the search to find Officer Matt Pavelka's killer quickly reveals a web of narcotics and violence that stretches across America, has infiltrated local government, and whose roots run all the way to El Chapo Guzman's Sinaloa Cartel.
NonfictionAfter years of hard work and a difficult loss, a woman is on the search for her authentic self. She's found her ideal backdrop on the volcanic island of Faial in the Azores, but living a simple life while running a business may be a tricky combination.
NonfictionThere's a demon loose in a Connecticut home, and 12-year-old David bears the brunt of its wrath. He sees an old man with hooves and horns, somehow gets punched and thrown around, and ultimately is possessed. Only an exorcism will save David's soul.
NonfictionAs the manhunt intensifies, the realization grows that the Vineland Boyz gang is more violent, more sophisticated, and stealthier than anyone had previously imagined. Decisions are made that will change the face of law enforcement forever.
NonfictionIn the quiet town of Burbank, the murder of a police officer sparks an unprecedented manhunt and reveals clues that a local street gang might be connected to Mexico's most dangerous drug cartels.
NonfictionThe Sheriff's Office in Virginia's Isle of Wight County discovers a double homicide involving an 80-year-old disabled grandmother. An undercover informant, a hidden handgun, and an unusual confession all lead to convictions in this cold-blooded crime.
NonfictionA couple has loved living in their LA bungalow for over 20 years, but the tired home needs a facelift to work with their evolving needs. Drew and Jonathan transform the traffic flow of the main floor to give the home a much-needed feng shui refresh.
NonfictionFormer NBA star Lorenzen Wright was reported missing in Memphis. Several days later, police discovered his bullet-ridden body deep in the woods. Was the motive money? Revenge? A crime of passion? What happened to this hometown hoops hero?
NonfictionColumbus, Georgia, police are blindsided by a triple homicide that rocks the foundation of this small community just south of Atlanta. An unlikely source provides investigators with the lead they need, resulting in a series of shocking arrests.
NonfictionThis is an unprecedented undercover investigation into one of the world’s most repressive regimes. Exclusive secret footage and testimony shed new light on shocking allegations of torture, arbitrary detention and indefinite forced conscription.
NonfictionA deadly design flaw results in a horrifying rush hour bridge collapse that tragically leaves 13 dead in Minneapolis; using the latest science, experts investigate to reveal what went so catastrophically wrong on one of Minnesota's busiest crossings.
NonfictionRobert Sharp is a retired professor living in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and the last person anyone would expect to be murdered. But when he turns up brutally stabbed and burned, Robert's final moments make police wonder who could have done this and why.
NonfictionA 27-year-old law student is reported missing, and when investigators later find a human torso in the trash can behind her apartment, it's undeniable that the two are related. Police in Macon, Georgia, must act fast to catch a cold-blooded killer.
NonfictionTwo newlyweds want to start a family, but they wonder if their current home in bustling Atlanta is the right place to do it. They compare life in the city to the suburbs by exploring their ultimate dream home options in Atlanta, Orlando and Knoxville.
NonfictionThe three wise men of Top Gear embark on a seasonal road trip as they attempt to recreate a certain famous journey across the Middle East to Bethlehem. They do so in a trio of open top sports cars, each wholly unsuited to the conflict ridden mountains of Southern Turkey, the dangerous warzones of Iraq and the searing deserts of Syria. Along the way they test the limits of mechanical and physical endurance as well as asking the vital question, what exactly is myrrh and where do you buy it?
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.
NonfictionThe team travel to Norway where they attempt Olympic events - in cars. A rocket-powered mini is fired off a ski jump, Jeremy and James tackle the biathlon with 4x4s, Richard stages a game of car ice hockey, and the new Jaguar XK races a speed skater.
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 one of the most spectacular and incredible Top Gear road trips ever attempted, the boys head to Vietnam, aiming to travel the entire length of the country in just eight days, thereby achieving what the American military failed to do in 10 years.
NonfictionCaution: contains explicit language. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May embark on a road trip across Australia’s Northern Territory. The trio sets out on an adventure that takes in crocodile infested rivers, a race around a vast open cast mine, and an encounter with the world’s longest truck. Also in this episode, Kiefer Sutherland is the “Star in a Reasonably Priced Car” segment.
NonfictionCaution: contains explicit language. Richard Hammond is dropped into the remote, frozen wastes of Canada to test a watch with a built-in emergency beacon. The distress signal is sent directly to Jeremy Clarkson and James May who are disorganized, disinterested and very many miles away. Eventually, the pair gets their hands on a Hennessey Ford F150 Velociraptor and a Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD and they set off on an epic adventure to find their colleague. Also in this episode, Gillian Anderson tries her hand as the “Star in the Reasonably Priced Car” segment.
NonfictionAnthony Bourdain is in beautiful Tuscany, exploring this contrasting land of heaven and hell. Heaven because of its breathtaking scenery, hell not only because of Tuscany's famous hell-writing native, Dante, but because of the hellish trip to get there.
NonfictionAfter a long and brutal war, Vietnamese revolutionaries led by Ho Chi Minh end nearly a century of French colonial occupation. With the Cold War intensifying, Vietnam is divided in two. Communists in the North aim to reunify the country, while America supports Ngo Dinh Diem’s untested regime in the South.
NonfictionEveryone has an opinion on bad cars. Now it's time to hear the ones that really count - ours. As it's the worst car in the history of the WORLD, we're out to name and shame the most rubbish car from a manufacturer which, frankly, should have known better. But, it's not all about hateful cars. You have to revel in some good ones to appreciate the stinkers. There's the Ferrari 458 spider, Toyota's GT86 and the £340,000 Lexus LFA rubbing shoulders with a Mercedes SLS. And we have a special, surprise fate in store for the car we pick as our biggest loser.
NonfictionBeginning with an examination of slavery, this episode looks at the causes of the war and the burning questions of union and states' rights. Significant events include John Brown's rebellion at Harper's Ferry, the election of Abraham Lincoln in 1860, the firing on Fort Sumter and the jubilant rush to arms on both sides. Introducing the series' major figures -- Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant -- the episode concludes with the disastrous Union defeat at Manassas, where both sides realize it is to be a very long war.
NonfictionJapan is a paradox. The low birthrate, the dedication, the conformity, and the life of a salary man are well known. There is also a competitive and rigid culture that gives way to some unique subcultures. Bourdain has traveled to Tokyo countless times, but on this trip he is in search of the city's dark, extreme, and bizarrely fetishistic underside.
NonfictionProvence is a region of France characterized by its impoverished history and hard labor. Throughout his journey in Provence, Tony becomes enamored with the Provencal culture and cuisine glorifying the region as the ideal escape.
NonfictionIn Paris, Tony does as the French do, with a coffee at Le Pure Café, sits down at Le Dome for an enormous shellfish tower, finds the lost art of bread baking is still alive and indulges in a guilty pleasure, a duck press.
NonfictionOn March 11th, 2011 a massive earthquake struck Japan, the largest in its recorded history. A few weeks prior, Tony and his crew set out to discover Japan's northernmost prefecture, Hokkaido, a Japan that may never be the same.
NonfictionChilean culture is a combination of several different cultures. Once dominated by Spanish influences, Chile is now a rich culmination of Spanish, English, French, German, and - of course - one of traditional Andean cultural practices. Chile's cuisine reflects its topographical diversity, consisting of beef, pork, seafood, fruits, and vegetables. Chile is also filled with gorgeous landscapes, beautiful mountains, and breathtaking flora and fauna. While in Chile, Tony will not only sample this delicious cuisine but will also do some exploring in this 'land of extremes.'
NonfictionBourdain's Roman holiday takes a cinematic turn, influenced by his tour guides, actress Asia Argento, screenwriter/director Abel Ferrara, and a host of larger-than-life Romans who take him inside a Rome for the locals.
NonfictionIt's our green seas, not the blue, that bring life to our oceans. Here sunlight powers the growth of enchanted forests of kelp, mangroves and prairies of sea grass. They are the most abundant but fiercely competitive places in the ocean to live. The most bountiful kelp forests are found off the tip of southern Africa, where two great oceans collide.
NonfictionAs far as world cuisines go, China is the big one. But, believe it or not, Tony has never been to China before! Tackling Beijing and Chengdu on his first trip to the country, he decides to squeeze in as much food and culture as humanly possible.
NonfictionThe series starts with that great paradox. How could the settlement at the end of World War One – the “war to end all wars” – lead to an even greater conflict just a few years later? The answer is a tale with terrible resonance today. This film shows how the Great Depression sapped the will of the emocracies of the West to face up to a new and disturbing political phenomenon – the rise of militaristic dictators, in Germany, Italy, Japan and Spain. The result was that the major powers ignored all the warning signs and allowed the likes of Mussolini and above all Hitler to begin the course that would lead the world
NonfictionThis episode explores the many expressions of faith onboard the USS Nimitz: faith in self, faith in one's shipmates, faith in the mission of the ship and the president's call to arms. The major religious groups on board are Catholic and Protestant, but there also is a coven of Wiccans, as well as a Pentecostal group whose newest member is challenged by the duality of his beliefs and the temptations of liberty as the ship drops anchor in Perth, Australia. This program contains explicit language. Viewer discretion is advised.
NonfictionIn Dublin, Anthony Bourdain finds the food scene is keeping up with the famed drinking scene. From sweetbreads and lamb to a home cooked bowl of pork stew, Tony covers all of what Dublin does best in a few short hours.
NonfictionSnorting an illegally obtained narcotic, is just as dangerous as snorting a line of cocaine. But prescription meds are fast becoming the drug of choice for millions of young Americans who mistakenly believe them to be safer than street drugs. On this episode of True Life you'll meet two young people fighting to free themselves from their addiction.
NonfictionIn and around the city of Bucharest, Romania is ripe with legends, folklore, and tales of the unknown. But its most famous tale is of the real-life Dracula, also known as Vlad the Impaler, who once ruled this land with a bloodthirst like no other known in history. But for all the myth that swirls on the surface, the real truth about this infamous Romanian ruler rests, appropriately, underground. From the secret prisons of his tortured victims, to escape tunnels he carved into the mountains, to the ancient caves and mines that provide the breeding ground for the legend, Romania's subterranean stretches through centuries
NonfictionIn the isolated woods of Northern Maine, Cody and Dave take on the role of two travelers, lost and out of gas on an abandoned logging road. Their only resource is a broken down truck which they pillage for all it's worth including a can of dog food.
NonfictionThe USS Eisenhower is the pinnacle of aircraft carrier technology. The 97,000-ton steel monster boasts next-generation radar and combat capabilities and is run by 6,000 personnel. See it in action during her final trials before combat.
NonfictionIn Kentucky, Dave and Cody take on a scenario of two kayakers who are dumped into the cold river just a few hours before sundown. To make things worse, they become separated from each other by two miles of rushing river. Then, Dave traps an irrate skunk.
NonfictionFollow General George Armstrong Custer from his memorable, wild charge at Gettysburg to his lonely, untimely death on the windswept Plains of the West. On June 26, 1876, Custer, a reputation for fearless and often reckless courage ordered his soldiers to drive back a large army of Lakota and Cheyenne warriors. By day’s end, Custer and nearly a third of his army were dead.