An interview with The Circus and Chain of Command showrunner Scott Boggins about filming behind the scenes of the war on terror.
The Amazing Race host Phil Keoghan is the new host of National Geographic’s Explorer, and will be hosting a 20-episode season of the iconic series.
10 photos of cheetahs in the wild in recognition of International Cheetah Day, which tries to bring attention and awareness to cheetahs. Only about 7,000 cheetahs are left in the wild.
A review of American High School, a BBC Three documentary reality series that follows students at Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School in South Carolina.
Two new reality shows focusing on high school were announced today, and while they appear to have the same core goal, their implementation is wildly different.
Survivorman Les Stroud will star in Alaska’s Grizzly Gauntlet, on which he’ll face different predators in Alaska in each episode.
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.
Phil Keoghan is visiting six continents in only two hours for his next television gig, but this time, he’ll do that with a co-host, Hollywood Game Night’s Jane Lynch, and from a studio in New York City. National Geographic Channel’s Earth Live (Sunday at 8 p.m. ET) will visit 25 locations in 15 countries on six continents,… continue reading
Watch the first responders who rescue civilians hurt and killed in Syria, in this exclusive preview of NatGeo’s Hell on Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS.
National Geographic Channel is re-releasing its documentary Before the Flood this week, so we can all learn about what’s at stake with the Paris Agreement.
The seventh Big Cat Week starts on NatGeo WILD tonight, and I talked to Boone Smith about the role cuteness plays in its conservation efforts.
Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric, debuts tonight on National Geographic and explores the complexities of gender and gender identity.
Antarctica is an abstraction: nothing but miles and miles of ice, inhabited only by sea life and the occasional expedition. That was my conception of the seventh and southernmost continent on our planet before I watched Continent 7: Antarctica (National Geographic, Tuesdays at 10), which quickly expands what Antarctica is, showing it to be a place full of life—and not just… continue reading
A review of National Geographic’s new series Mars, which alternates between actual documentary footage in 2016 and a fictional 2033 trip to Mars.
A “crazy idea” from production company October Films resulted in 20 people walking hundreds of miles across the Serengeti, following migrating wildebeest, which is documented on the National Geographic Channel series Mygrations (Mondays, 9 p.m.) While those men and women faced considerable challenges, the producers and network faced a different one. “Achieving authenticity was the single most important and difficult obstacle,” National… continue reading