NonfictionJust as the team receives scientific evidence that there is a massive amount of silver is the Money Pit, the first snow of the harsh winter falls on Oak Island. The fellowship gathers in the war room one last time.
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.
NonfictionFamily matters take center stage as one EMT technician prepares for the birth of his child, two others prepare for an emergency delivery, and a host of challenges include an injured driver and his trapped dog, a domestic violence victim, and a young boy plagued by seizures.
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.
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.
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.
NonfictionA deceased female's brutally beaten and sexually assaulted body turns up in Farmington, New Mexico. With an unidentified victim and plenty of suspects, detectives struggle with one of the most challenging "whodunits" of their career.
NonfictionWhen a new tenant in a Harlem apartment building has his advances toward his upstairs neighbor rebuffed, his anger sets off a chain of accusations, threats, and fights that culminate in bloodshed and shocking tragedy.
NonfictionChicago buyers Kevin and Kevin are having a hard time finding a condo they can agree on. With this former long-distance relationship coming together in the Windy City, it seems the only thing they have in common is their name.
NonfictionFreddie, Chris and Paddy head to the Lake District for an emotional reunion with their own dads' old cars. Meanwhile, Chris heads out on the track to test Lamborghini's most powerful car ever, the hybrid Sian.
NonfictionFor years, locals have feared a stretch of highway that is notorious for disappearances. Then a teenager goes missing after meeting someone online, and police discover a predator far more dangerous than they ever imagined - a serial killer on the loose.
NonfictionBen and Erin begin revitalizing a small town by turning a foster couple's home into a welcoming space for kids. Dave and Jenny Marrs join in to help them tackle a boutique on the brink of closure, and a special guest surprises Wetumpka with a performance.
NonfictionA private jet begins its final approach to Akron Fulton International Airport... but it never arrives. During the descent, the pilots lose control of their plane and slam into an apartment building less than two miles from the runway, instantly killing all nine people on board. The NTSB must determine the cause this fatal accident, but investigators searching the wreckage find few clues. It's only after a close examination of radar data and the cockpit recording that they uncover a series of tragic mistakes.
NonfictionIn June 2003 a five-year-old girl walks around the corner to her friend's house and vanishes into thin air. As police investigate they realize this quaint Midwest community is hiding some disturbing secrets that may never be fully uncovered.
NonfictionMartha Stewart is at it again, revealing a showstopping twist in the Martha Rules tournament: There's only one spot in the dessert round because a mysterious fifth chef is waiting in the wings to compete against whomever makes it that far.
NonfictionA former Air Force nurse moved her four kids to the suburbs 17 years ago, but with just her youngest living at home, she's ready to make some updates. Drew and Jonathan help bring their dreams to life with a fresh design that the whole family will love.
NonfictionA 63-year-old man is gunned down in his own home just days before Christmas. As investigators in Spokane, Washington dig into the victim's business life in search of a motive, they uncover a host of shady deals and a few desperate men.
NonfictionWhen a young woman who was just starting out in life is found assaulted and stabbed to death in her boyfriend's home, detectives work tirelessly to uncover a killer who had previously been above suspicion, leaving the town and police force stunned.
NonfictionA Cincinnati couple adopted two kids and wants to find the perfect home for their active family to thrive. They have the difficult choice of staying close to personal ties in their all-weather city or venturing to the sunnier skies of Savannah or Orlando.
NonfictionFRONTLINE investigates the rising threat of far-right violence in America. With ProPublica, this film exposes the individuals and ideologies behind a wave of crimes, culminating in the attack on the Capitol.
NonfictionThe team try out some of James Bond's greatest cars, including the legendary Aston Martin DB5. Freddie and an Extreme E race car take on a man with a jet pack, while Chris and Paddy test a new Ferrari against a very old Alfa.
NonfictionThe untold story of the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic and how China responded. Chinese scientists and doctors, international disease experts and health officials reveal missed opportunities to suppress the outbreak, and lessons for the world.
NonfictionIn Calgary, Alberta, 24-year-old Ryan Lane receives a late-night call and heads out to meet the mystery caller. He is never heard from again. Calgary Police Service turns to surveillance video to locate Ryan and finds evidence of a shocking betrayal.
NonfictionSaturn is the crown jewel of the solar system, and using the latest discoveries, some of the world's top experts seek to unravel the mystery of why its extensive ring system exists and if any of its many moons could harbor alien life.
NonfictionA British carpenter realizes his childhood dream and moves with his girlfriend to New Zealand. They're looking for a place that's centrally located with three bedrooms, and he wants a home with lots of character, but she prefers something more modern.
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.
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.
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.
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.
NonfictionAfter a night of passion with Daniel, Maureen worries about an abnormal itch. Sabrina and Jethro have an emotional face-off. Jeremiah meets his biological cousin. Rosanna goes on her first date.
NonfictionOn a challenging descent into the Staring down a thunderstorm en route to the Shetland Islands, a modern turboprop is struck by a blinding bolt of lightning. Suddenly, the plane plunges towards the North Sea at 350 MPH. The pilots barely regain control of the aircraft but must race to the nearest airport immediately before it nosedives again. Witness the harrowing flight of Logan Air Flight 6780 and follow investigators as they struggle to explain how a lightning strike, which planes are designed to withstand, could have caused the turboprop to behave the way it did.
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.
NonfictionThe pandemic has forced Jeremiah, Carmela, Ada and Sabrina to come together in Florida. Sabrina prepares for the arrival of her second child, while Jeremiah and Jethro must make peace. Rosanna and Maureen decide to leave their Amish communities.
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.
NonfictionA couple asks Jenn to revitalize their outdated family home which contains, among other challenges, the most unusual bathroom she's ever seen. Next, Jenn works with a family whose home has lots of space but no personality to give it the style it deserves.
NonfictionTarek and Christina have seen some nasty houses during their years of flipping, but this house in Garden Grove, California, might take the cake. As they attempt to update the old home, they encounter new problems that make them question their choices.
NonfictionJulissa, the widowed owner of the Polaris Street Cafe in Las Vegas, is struggling to save her deceased husband's dream restaurant. If Robert Irvine can't get her to find her own path, that dream will die, and so will the business.
NonfictionGuy Fieri is diving into all sorts of off-the-hook flavors. In the Florida Keys, Guy and Hunter are hittin' up a local landmark for deconstructed ceviche, and in Philly, classic comfort food is made with unexpected ingredients.
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.
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.
NonfictionIn this episode, we get a glimpse of Rome through Tony's eyes as he dines on mouth-watering classic Italian dishes and attempts to embody the mindset of the Roman people - living happily and carefree.
NonfictionTony Bourdain loves the energy and edge of big cities. So how is it that he has avoided Chicago for so long? In this episode of No Reservations, he sets off on "some unfinished business" to rectify that situation.
NonfictionTony explores the snow-capped mountains, majestic big skies, winding rivers and roaming cattle of Livingston, Montana, once an inspiration for adventurous Americans and locals alike. But what lies in store for its future is uncertain.
NonfictionIn New York City, in the 1840s, people need a diversion from the "railroad pace" at which they work and live. They find it in a game of questionable origins. On June 19, 1846, at the Elysian Fields in Hoboken, New Jersey, a team of well-dressed gentlemen, the Knickerbockers, play the first game of baseball. By 1856, the game is already being called "the national pastime," or simply, "Our Game." But the nation is about to be torn apart. And, in the midst of the Civil War, there is one thing that Americans North and South have in common: baseball.
NonfictionIn Europe, in the Pacific, on the homefront, both African-Americans and whites fight to make the world safe for democracy. When the world ends, Major League Baseball becomes, in fact, what it has always claimed to be: the national pastime. But, at the beginning of the decade, Jackie Robinson's debut is still some years away. Meanwhile, Joe DiMaggio sets a consecutive game-hitting streak that still stands. Ted Williams becomes the last man to hit .400. The once-lowly Brooklyn Dodgers win their first pennant. And world War II takes so much talent from the majors that the St. Louis Browns win a pennant.
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.
NonfictionA masked predator is harassing high school girls in New Hampshire and will not stop until they meet his demands. His victims don't know one another, but somehow their tormenter knows them all.
NonfictionThe sprawling city of Persepolis was capital to the first imperial civilization that conquered most of the known ancient world; now, experts use advanced forensic archaeology to reveal the secrets behind Persia's mysterious and dominating metropolis.
NonfictionWhile out with new friends, Rosanna gets asked out on a date. Maureen has her first kiss, but she has reservations about going further. Jeremiah meets his biological cousin. Jethro walks out on Sabrina and their kids.
NonfictionArchaeologists have discovered that many ancient sites were built with an acoustic purpose, and often resonate at a frequency that has a profound effect on the human brain. Could ancient people have been aware of a harmonic code? One that put them in contact with alien beings?
NonfictionFrom his first days as president to his last, FRONTLINE tells the inside story of how Trump stoked division, violence and insurrection. Examine Trump's siege on his enemies, the media, and even the leaders of his own party, who for years ignored the warning signs of what was to come.
NonfictionContractor Jeff's sister and brother-in-law want to move into their forever home, but they need to get their split level off the market. With a generous sibling discount and some creativity, Leslie and Lyndsay turn the home into a French country cottage.
NonfictionA wife and mother pursues a degree while fulfilling a dream of moving her family to Dublin. They're looking for a single-story bungalow near the city center that's close to her work, but with the limited availability, they may need to search farther out.
NonfictionA lending officer who helps people buy homes has never owned one herself, and neither has her Gulf War veteran husband. He faces his toughest battle yet when he's reluctant to spend what's necessary in their competitive Southern California market.
NonfictionA college student seeks solace online when the pressures of life begin to mount. When she meets a young nurse in a chat room going through similar troubles, the pair strike up an unbreakable bond. But she may have placed her trust in the wrong hands.
NonfictionAn engaged couple is excited to leave San Francisco for their favorite vacation spot in Napa Valley wine country. They're looking for a home with historic charm that's walkable to downtown, but finding everything they want may exceed their budget.
NonfictionChef Scott Conant and TV host Katie Brown bring in two masters of Italian pastamaking to see if Bobby Flay's skills can stand up to the test. Chefs Kerri Rogers and Joel Gargano want to make Bobby say addio with their buon cibo!
NonfictionBear Grylls takes L.A. icon and living legend Danny Trejo out into the staggering peaks and steep canyons of Arches National Park in Utah. Under scorching temperatures, Bear and Danny climb massive boulders and traverse sheer cliffs. Even Danny’s days in prison can’t prepare the show’s oldest competitor as he squares off against the intense heat and treacherous obstacles of Mother Nature herself.
NonfictionIt's Cinco de Mayo, and Molly Yeh is celebrating Brunch Club style with swirly and moist Mexican Chocolate Babka, spicy Chorizo Breakfast Burrito Bowls, Avocado Salad and Frozen Horchata Lattes that drink just like dessert-y rice pudding!
NonfictionOur story begins in a little village on the border between Zimbabwe and Botswana. Unusually, James was the first to arrive, in his 1985 Mercedes 230E. Next up is Jeremy with a 1981 Lancia Beta Coupé. Finally, Richard turns up in an Opel Kadet made in 1963, which he immediately bonded with and named Oliver.To reach their destination on the Namibian border, the guys have to negotiate the vast openness and primordial sludge of the Makgadikgadi salt pans, the choking dust of the Kalahari Desert, not to mention the treacherous rivers and hungry wildlife of the Okavango Delta. Along the way, they encounter more or less every da
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.
NonfictionLife goes to extraordinary lengths to survive this immense realm. A 30 tonne whale shark gorges on a school of fish and the unique overhead heli-gimbal camera reveals common dolphins rocketing at more than 30km an hour. Descending into the abyss, deep sea octopus fly with wings and vampire squid use bioluminescence to create an extraordinary colour display. The first ever time-lapse footage taken from 2,000m down captures eels, crabs and giant isopods eating a carcass, completely consuming it within three hours.
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 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.
NonfictionA humpback whale mother and calf embark on an epic journey from tropical coral paradises to storm ravaged polar seas. Newly discovered coral reefs in Indonesia reveal head-butting pygmy seahorses, flashing 'electric' clams and bands of sea kraits, 30-strong, which hunt in packs. Elsewhere plagues of sea urchins fell forests of giant kelp. Huge bull fur seals attack king penguins, who despite their weight disadvantage, put up a spirited defence.
NonfictionIreland is steeped in history and traditions, both oral and written. It is also steeped in the myth that it has the worst food on the planet. New York chef and travel television host Anthony Bourdain is traveling to Ireland to dispel those myths.
NonfictionTony steps away from the Venice of tourists and into the Venice of the locals, visiting the famous Rialto Fish Market, experiencing Burano risoto and tasting "forbidden wine" on the island of Saint Erasmo.
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.
NonfictionIstanbul has been subjected to stereotypes that minimize the food to lamb-on-a-stick and the culture to belly dancing; Tony soon discovers the faults in these misconceptions as he encounters food and culture inspired by history and religion.
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.
NonfictionThe Thai cuisine blends five fundamental flavors: sweet, spicy, sour, bitter and salty. To experience each of these tastes, Tony explores the bustling streets of Bangkok and immerses himself in all things Thai.
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
NonfictionSan Francisco is a city of districts and contradictions, each one with its own quirks and flavors. Between Chinatown, Haight-Ashbury and Fisherman's Wharf, Tony really can't go wrong, no matter where he goes.
NonfictionTony visits the Philippines, the "Land of the Lechon". He stops in Manila, a diverse combination of Spanish and Chinese cultures, then he heads off to Pampanga to sample some of their rare delicacies.
NonfictionTony visits Sardinia, his wife's homeland, and learns what it means to be Sardinian. From the craggy mountainous landscape to the exotic cuisine and ages old traditions, Tony learns that Sardinia really is its own country with a strong island mentality.
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.
NonfictionOn a mission to obtain personal enlightenment, Tony's travels bring him to Peru, a land of ancient culture, rich cuisine, and vibrant people. He dines in Lima, meets members of a Peruvian Eseeja tribe in the jungle and much more.
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.
NonfictionMelbourne is the second most populated city in Australia, and is known as Australia's cultural capital. Melbourne also has the second largest Asian population in Australia, which includes the largest Vietnamese, Indian and Sri Lankan communities in the country. It is a melting pot of cultures, and Tony is off to discover what makes the Melbourne area so special. Luckily, Tony has many friends here, all of whom take him to sample the many different cuisines of Melbourne's culinary culture.
NonfictionGuided by world-renowned chef Masa Takayama, Bourdain's return trip to Japan begins with a tour of outdoor food markets, followed by a conversation with an ex-geisha at her teahouse, and a special omakase experience at Tokyo's acclaimed Sushi Ko, where Masa trained as an apprentice.
NonfictionHaving worked in kitchens alongside many generations of Azorean Portuguese immigrants, Tony decides it's time to find out more about their motherland. He visits three islands where he samples gastronomic treats.
NonfictionDrawing inspiration from iconic Hungarian born cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, Bourdain explores the beauty, culture, history, architecture and food of Budapest. The culinary dishes sampled during his journey include goulash, fisherman's soup, blood sausage, stuffed cabbage and, during a stop at restaurant Pleh Csarda, a golden brown pancake heaped with chicken liver and bone marrow, fried schnitzel and venison stew.
NonfictionChemical assassin and Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein goes head-to-head with Cambodian communist leader Pol Pot, whose Khmer Rouge troops filled Cambodia’s killing fields with millions of innocent victims.