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BEAR GRYLLS and more celebrities return for new season of RUNNING WILD

In its second season on National Geographic, world-renowned survivalist Bear Grylls returns to the wilderness eager to push the mental and physical limits of a brand new slate of celebrities in the hit adventure series RUNNING WILD WITH BEAR GRYLLS.

National Geographic Emmy award-winning anthology series, GENIUS: ARETHA, returns

The Third Season of the Limited Series Starring Cynthia Erivo as the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, and Courtney B Vance as CL Franklin Will Premiere MARCH 22 Brian Grazer and Ron Howard...

BEAR GRYLLS returns with brand new season of RUNNING WILD

It is going to be a bear of a season when world-renowned survivalist Bear Grylls returns to his wild roots later this year with some of Hollywood’s most beloved celebrities in tow.

AIRDATE: Rottnest Island – Kingdom of the Quokka

On the west coast of Australia, with the limitless Indian Ocean beyond, there are a set of islands whose animals defy all laws of nature

Chris Evans to narrate NatGeo series CHAIN OF COMMAND

In an Unprecedented Collaboration With the Pentagon, This 360° Portrait of War Goes Inside the US Military’s Mission to Fight Extremism Around the World

AIRDATE | Year Million explores human life, one million years into the future

The series predicts how every aspect of technology may affect our lives for better or worse and ponders different questions in each episode (see ep descriptions) in a very real future that feels like the stuff of science fiction!

AIRDATE + TRAILER: Powerful new drama The State takes viewers inside ISIS

Powerful new drama THE STATE explores and confronts one of the most important issues of our time. A compelling fictional story, it follows the experiences of four young British men and women who have left their lives behind to join ISIS.

AIRDATE – Diana: In Her Own Words

In 1991, inside London's Kensington Palace, Diana, Princess of Wales, participated in a series of secret interviews, recorded with her permission by a close friend on behalf of journalist Andrew Morton. Morton was writing a book about Diana's life to reveal what life was really like for the most photographed woman in world.

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