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PG
Dramatic reconstruction and victim testimomy give a first hand account of how people are manipulated by false prophets, con-artists and criminal masterminds into commiting extreme acts.
14+
The '90s brought on the internet along with a dark side of the tech boom, including hackers, online predators and the proliferation of pornography.
PG
A behind-the-scenes look at the Thailand cave rescue, highlighting the remarkable men and women who faced danger to become heroes, and the groundbreaking technology that made the rescue possible.
2001
G
12 Seasons
Have you ever wondered how every day products are made? How It's Made leads you through the process and gives you an inside look -- including apple juice, skateboards, engines, contact lenses, and many more!
14+
Alexandra Pelosi returns to her hometown to document what the tech boom has in store for this historically progressive city, talking to various industry representatives, politicians and longtime residents hoping to maintain their place and not be left behind.
2014
14+
5 Seasons
Partially inspired by co-creator Mike Judge's experiences as a Silicon Valley engineer in the 1980s, this comedy series follows the misadventures of introverted computer programmer Richard and his brainy friends as they attempt to strike it rich in a high-tech gold rush. They live together in a Bay Area startup incubator loosely run by self-satisfied dot-com millionaire Erlich, who lets them stay in his house rent-free in exchange for a stake in the projects they invent there. But when Richard develops a powerful search algorithm at his day job, he finds himself caught in the middle of a bidding war between his boss -- whose firm offers Richard an eight-figure buyout -- and a deep-pocketed venture capitalist.
2018
14+
1 Season
A four-part documentary news series that offers a new, exciting lens into the topics reshaping the world in real time, as conceived and produced by the innovative new media company Axios.
New Episode Weekly
2016
18+
Filmmaker Laura Poitras gains unprecedented access to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his team for six years.
2016
14+
The malware worm Stuxnet, famously used against Iranian centrifuges, has been claimed by many to have originated as a joint effort between America and Israel.
G
2 Seasons
Motor mastermind Richard Rawlings and mechanical prodigy Aaron Kaufmann of Gas Monkey Garage search for derelict classic cars. To some, the cars look like rust buckets, but to this crew they're gold…and ready to be brought back to life.
PG
It’s meant to be a joyous event – in reality, it’s a gripping battle for survival. Using cutting edge technology, we go inside the womb and follow the story from conception to birth, showing how the struggle for life turns into the miracle of birth.
14+
1 Season
An explosive series which unravels the true stories behind mysterious and controversial celebrity crashes.
PG
This documentary examines several major tornadoes in Alabama, Texas and Florida, which in the course of only a few minutes, wrecked communities and lives forever.
E
1 Season
A series of looks into extraordinary natural disasters and their impact on the people around them.
2012
PG
1 Season
Car experts modify, repair and customize cars.
PG
Directed by award-winning filmmaker Liz Garbus, this documentary goes inside a top U.S. medical facility for the treatment of head trauma, and follows four coma survivors over the course of one year.
2009
PG
3 Seasons
Find out what happens when people fall prey to an infection from a parasite, the microscopic creatures found in water, soil and even in the air. Victims' stories are retold, including how doctors attempt to unravel each case before it's too late.
14+
How To Change The World chronicles the adventures of this eclectic group of young pioneers - Canadian hippie journalists, photographers, musicians, scientists, and American draft dodgers - who set out to stop Richard Nixon's atomic bomb tests in Alaska.
14+
A fact based presentation of evidence from various cases that have passed through Dr. Michael Baden's office, one of the top forensic pathologists in the United States.
2003
PG
2 Seasons
Paul Teutul and his son Paul Jr. create some of the world's most original custom motorcycles -- in 2 separate shops. Both shops are located a stone's throw from each other in Orange County, N.Y., but sometimes it seems as if father and son are worlds apart.
2010
PG
3 Seasons
Paul Senior, Paul Junior and Mikey take a look at how their family has fallen apart.
2008
G
4 Seasons
Featuring stunning visuals from aboard these mighty vessels, it explores the mechanics of the actual ships and the intricate relationships of those aboard. Meet the crew and staff who navigate these ships and find out what makes their jobs so unique.
14+
In this explosive follow-up to his Oscar-nominated film Gasland, Josh Fox uses his trademark humour to take a deeper, wider look at the dangers of hydraulic fracturing now occurring on a global level.
PG
Take a closer look at the development of Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity, and Einstein's relationship with British scientist Sir Arthur Eddington, the first physicist to experimentally prove his ideas.
14+
Robin Williams, who’s experienced both the highs and lows of substance abuse, hosts a groundbreaking TV experiment. 4 heavy users on 4 of America’s most abused drugs perform a series of physical tests to show exactly how drugs work.
14+
Emmy®-winning filmmaker Robert Kenner directs this documentary, which tells five tales of relationships as they move from electronic dreams to reality.
2003
14+
3 Seasons
Major real-life air disasters are depicted in this series. Each episode features a detailed dramatized reconstruction of the incident based on cockpit voice recorders and air traffic control transcripts, as well as eyewitnesses recounts and interviews with aviation experts.
PG
An exposé on the toxic health effects of flame retardant chemicals which are found in almost all furniture in the United States.
2008
E
2 Seasons
MIT engineer Jeff Lieberman bends time and blows minds as he uses state-of-the-art camera equipment and editing techniques to allow viewers to see what happens in cracks, crashes and punches to the face, for the naked eye to register exactly what happens.
E
We've read the books, we've seen the movies. War of the Worlds, V, Independence Day. But they're all fiction, right? Well, probably not. New science is suggesting that aliens may be very real, and that they may not be as cuddly as E.T.