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    The First 48

    The First 48

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    A&E
    Murder...a cold blooded and unspeakable crime. Every day that passes people are murdered leaving behind loved ones. When an innocent life is lost, detectives from across the country jump into action. Law Enforcement agencies are racing against the clock to solve each case. Statistics prove that the chances of solving a case are literally cut in half if no significant leads are turned up in the first 48 hours. Dive into real life homicide investigations from across the country. Broadcast History: June 3, 2004 - May 29, 2008, Thursday 9:00 (CST) A&E July 1, 2008 - December 9, 2008 Tuesday, 9:00 (CST) A&E January 1, 2009 - April 23, 2009, Thursday 9:00 (CST) A&E June 16, 2009 - ??, Tuesday, 8:00 (CST) A&Emoreless
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    Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey

    Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey

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    FOX
    Seth MacFarlane is partnering with Carl Sagan's creative team, who came up with the original Cosmos series, Ann Druyan and astrophysicist Steven Soter to develop a new series hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.moreless
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    River Monsters

    River Monsters

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    Animal Planet
    See what strange creature lurk beneath the surface of our river waters in this fascinating Animal Planet show.
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    Life

    Life

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    Discovery Channel
    This 11-part series explores the diversity of life on Earth.
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    I Love the 80s

    I Love the 80s

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    VH1 (ended 2002)
    VH1's special I Love The 80's takes a look back at all the years from 1980-1989. Stars make jokes and cracks at the times back then and review them. Popular events and items from each individual year are touched upon, and there are several recurring segments that appear in every episode, recounting the "Babes of...," "Hunks of...," "Born in...", and a "Then and Now" comparison for each year.moreless
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    How the States Got Their Shapes

    How the States Got Their Shapes

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    The History Channel
    Correspondent Brian Unger crisscrosses the country covering the history of the geographic, cultural, economic and political forces which have determined the shapes of our states - and how these forces are still at work today. Through an entertaining mix of beautiful, high-definition photography and easy-going, humorous interviews, Brian examines the forces that divided us and marked us as "apart" - on the map - while bringing us all a bit closer together in the process.moreless
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    Modern Marvels

    Modern Marvels

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    The History Channel
    According to the History Channel, this show first aired in January of 1995, but it was released on VHS in 1994. It was probably on another network before the History Channel was formed in January of 1995.moreless
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    Planet Earth

    Planet Earth

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2007)
    a landmark television series... 5 years in the making... 2,000 days of shooting... 204 locations... this is your world... prepare to see it... as never before... Visit some of the world's most breathtaking, faraway locales in this 11-part documentary series from the Discovery Channel. Shot in HD, this series is narrated by actress Sigourney Weaver. You will see the world like never before, as you are transported to places all over the planet, from the Amazon rain forest and the depths of the ocean, to the highest peaks of the mountains and the great plains of Africa. With never before seen footage, prepare to be amazed and moved by Planet Earth.moreless
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    Beyond The Wormhole

    Beyond The Wormhole

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    The Science Channel
    Morgan Freeman hosts this scientific exploration into the deepest mysteries of existence - mysteries which have intrigued mankind for eternity. Now, modern science is beginning to pull back the curtain and provide answers to these ancient questions. Originally titled "Through the Wormhole."moreless
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    How It's Made

    How It's Made

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    The Science Channel
    Have you ever wondered how the products you use every day are made? How It's Made leads you through the process of how everyday products, such as apple juice, skateboards, engines, contact lenses, and many more objects are manufactured.

    (Comment c'est fait is the french title)

    This show originated in Canada and is growing in popularity all over the globe.moreless
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    Man vs. Wild

    Man vs. Wild

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2011)
    Bear Grylls travels around the globe to find the most dangerous tourist locations and environments, in order to show us how to survive in them. With his simple survival techniques and his knowledge of the wildlife, he is able to give handy tips that could effectively save lives. Whether it's traversing across volcanoes or stuck on a desert island, Bear is always one step ahead when it comes to survival of the fittest.moreless
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    Storm Chasers

    Storm Chasers

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2011)
    Season 1 follows Sean Casey as he tries to get IMAX film footage of tornadoes. Season 2 added Reed Timmer who tries to get film footage of tornadoes while getting as close to them as possible.moreless
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    Penn & Teller: Bullshit!

    Penn & Teller: Bullshit!

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    Showtime (ended 2010)
    In society, there are many products and ideas that we buy in to. Some of these products, services or ideas are just plain bullsh**. Well-known magicians, Penn and Teller, are here to knock some sense into people in a humorous and informal way and to explain why some things in life are just plain bullsh**.moreless
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    The Three Stooges Show

    The Three Stooges Show

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    AMC (ended 1959)
    The Three Stooges are Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and at various times, Shemp Howard, Curly Howard, Joe Besser, or Curly-Joe DeRita. They are three good-hearted fools who have a knack for screwing up even the simplest task. A typical episode of The Three Stooges Show includes Moe slapping Larry, several eye pokes, head conks, and the ever possible pie fight. Destruction seems to follow the Stooges around!moreless
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    Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations

    Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations

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    Travel Channel (ended 2012)
    Join best-selling author and professional chef Anthony Bourdain as he travels the world seeking the ultimate dining experience. He will hit locales from the well known to those off the beaten path, from New Jersey to Iceland and points in between. Along his journey, the adventuring Bourdain will share his no holds barred experience of the food and customs that flavor the different cultures of the world in a way that only he can. The show is produced by Zero Point Zero Productions.moreless
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    Future Weapons

    Future Weapons

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    Discovery Channel
    An entertaining and upbeat, mostly factual and undeniably cool show to watch about the future of weaponry. The host is a former US Navy SEAL and he uses easy to understand language. This isn't a show dealing strictly with the US military, but instead it crosses international boundaries while offering a look at truly astonishing weaponry.moreless
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    When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

    When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions

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    Discovery Channel (Mini-Series 2008)
    NASA unlocks their vaults and lends their footage to the Discovery Channel to form this fascinating HD series. Narrated by Gary Sinise, this collection of training videos, home movies and more detail some of the first missions to the moon.moreless
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    Escape to Chimp Eden

    Escape to Chimp Eden

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    Animal Planet
    In South Africa, some chimpanzees suffer physical abuse, malnutrition, abandonment and drug and alcohol abuse from human tormentors. Eugene Cussons, a South African rescue director at the Jane Goodall Institute's Chimpanzee Eden does all he can to save these chimps in Escape to Chimp Eden.moreless
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    Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda

    Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda

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    Investigation Discovery
    Retired Colorado Springs Lieutenant Joe Kenda, an experienced homicide investigator, recounts his memories of some of the murders he investigated that still affect him. Kenda worked 387 murder cases with a 92 percent solve rate. The series uses re-enactments, investigative team discussions and interviews with involved persons and family members. For the series, what is important to Joe Kenda is that each episode is completely accurate to the case report.moreless
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    I Love the 80s Strikes Back

    I Love the 80s Strikes Back

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    VH1 (ended 2003)
    I Love The 80s Strikes Back is the "spin-off" of sorts of the very successful VH1 show,I Love The 80's. This show profiles events that were not reviewed in the first series, all things pop culture from 1980-1989. Including reviews on music artists such as Men At Work and Richard Marx, and movies such as Splash and Raising Arizona, this series portrays all things '80s.

    I Love The 80s Strikes Back airs reoccuringly on VH1.

    Broadcast History (VH1) October 2003-October 2003----Weekdays---9:00 - 11:00 P.M. moreless
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