Will Josh Gates and Dr. Zahi Hawass’ live opening of an ancient sarcophagus be repeated on the Discovery Channel? Will The Last Alaskans be back for another season?
Reality show reviews and news for Discovery Channel reality TV and documentaries.
On Expedition Unknown: Egypt Live, Josh Gates hosted as Egyptologists and archeologists uncovered three mummies and a wax head. Details about what they found.
The Discovery Channel’s new promo for its refreshed brand says “The World is Ours,” but excludes more than half of the people on Earth.
Discovery’s family of networks—including TLC, ID, and Discovery—announced four upcoming reality TV specials today.
The show starring Marty Raney has been off the air for more than a year, but will return in January 2019.
The Diesel Brothers fixed, overhauled, and rebuilt Jose Caballero’s truck after he and his family were harassed in a video that went viral.
Discovery’s Shark Week 2018 will revisit its 2013 Megalodon lie, and also have Naked and Afraid- and Shark Tank-themed specials. First up, though, is Shark Fest on NatGeo WILD.
The show is a new Discovery channel survival reality series, not a competitor to American Ninja Warrior.
Discovery’s networks will produce 8,000 hours of original TV this year. Here’s how that breaks down for six of its channels.
A preview of the Homestead Rescue season 3 episode 1 premiere, “The Bears and the Bees.” On the Discovery Channel show, Marty, Misty, and Matt Raney help struggling homesteaders.
The Discovery Channel is resurrecting American Chopper, the series following motorcycle builders Paul Teutul Sr. and Paul Teutul Jr. The new series will air early next year and will follow the Tetuls as they “set out reclaim their preeminent bike brands and hopefully rebuild some sort of relationship,” according to the network. The original series was… continue reading
A family that’s lived on an off-grid homestead in rural Alaska for 80 years will be live on television every Sunday night, during each new episode.
An interview with First in Human director and Discovery Channel executive John Hoffman, who says the NIH’s Building 10 represents “government at its best.”
How a show that takes place in the dark was filmed and produced—and how producers kept people safe.
The schedules—and hilarious promos—for Discovery’s Shark Week and NatGeo WILD’s Shark Fest, which are both airing at the same time this year.