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    Discovery Atlas: Uncovering Earth

    Discovery Atlas: Uncovering Earth

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    Discovery Channel
    Discovery Atlas: Uncovering Earth is a three-part Discovery Channel miniseries that will take you on a tour of Earth's history, using scientific data and historical evidence to reveal how the Earth has developed over the years, as land masses shift and eventually form the continents we all know today, and early civilizations establish the foundations of human culture. This informative series utilizes state-of-the-art technology to take you back in time, giving you a front-row seat at the development of our planet. Watch as exploding volcanoes create the lands that will become the scenic and culture-rich countries of the Mediterranean, and see the gradual movement of the tectonic plates beneath Africa form the Great Rift Valley. You'll also witness the begins of human societies and how the presence of human's also shaped the natural world. Discovery Atlas: Uncovering Earth is a revealing portrait of the planet we all call home.moreless
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    Lockup Extended Stay: WABASH

    Lockup Extended Stay: WABASH

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    MSNBC
    Lockup Extended Stay: WABASH is the MSNBC spinoff of their series Lockup, which shows the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility in Indiana. Lockup is a prison documentary series which explores facilities while showing notable inmates and incidents. In Extended Stay: WABASH, viewers spend six episodes inside of the Indiana prison which is surrounded by crime, much of it methamphetamine related.moreless
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    Method to the Madness of Jerry Lewis

    Method to the Madness of Jerry Lewis

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    Starz
    Producer and Director Gregg Barson examines the life of superstar comedian Jerry Lewis in this all access special from Starz. Comprised of behind-the-scenes footage, early recordings, and a host of A-list interviews, Method to the Madness thoroughly explores Lewis and both his onstage and offstage lives.moreless
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    History in HD

    History in HD

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    Smithsonian Channel
    History in HD is the Smithsonian Channel series which shows some of history's most compelling and important events in a new light, with new materials and restored footage. Archival footage is restored to stunning high definition, showing historical moments like Iwo Jima, the space race and more in a modern presentation.moreless
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    Serial Killer Earth

    Serial Killer Earth

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    The History Channel
    Learn about the natural disasters that keep destroying the Earth.
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    About Face: Supermodels Then and Now

    About Face: Supermodels Then and Now

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    HBO
    About Face: Supermodels Then and Now is an HBO documentary that explores beauty and aging through the eyes of supermodels from a bygone era. Includes interviews with Isabella Rossellini, Beverly Johnson, and Jerry Hall.moreless
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    Moyers & Company

    Moyers & Company

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    What a Load of Buzzcocks

    What a Load of Buzzcocks

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    BBC Two (ended 2013)
    Since 1996 Never Mind the Buzzcocks has been a regular show in BBC Two schedules. In this show Blur's Alex James looks back at different years of music including related clips from 17 years of Buzzcocks.moreless
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    Patrick Dempsey: Racing Le Mans

    Patrick Dempsey: Racing Le Mans

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    Velocity
    This docuseries follows Patrick Dempsey on his quest to follow his idols of actors turned drivers.
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    Brick City

    Brick City

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    Sundance Channel (Mini-Series 2009)
    This five-part documentary on the citizens of Newark, New Jersey. With the help of Mayor Cory Booker, the community works to make it a stronger and safer place to live.
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    Future Food

    Future Food

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    Planet Green
    This show follows chefs Homaro Cantu and Ben Roche at Chicago's world-famous Moto restaurant as they go through a series of food challenges for solutions to the world's environment issues in the kitchen!moreless
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    Africa's Lost Eden

    Africa's Lost Eden

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    National Geographic Wild
    Gorongosa Wildlife Park in Mozambique conventionalists try to restore the broken ecosystem.
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    Masterclass

    Masterclass

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    HBO
    Bill T. Jones, famous dancer and choreographer, works with young artists to develop original pieces prior to the the 2010 Tony Awards ceremony.
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    Mystery of the Hope Diamond

    Mystery of the Hope Diamond

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    Smithsonian Channel
    The history of the Hope Diamond has long intrigued the public for ages. Join the Smithsonian Channel as they explore the legend while spanning three continents to consult experts, scholars, and scientists to help unload the gem's mysteries.moreless
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    The Vice Guide to Everything

    The Vice Guide to Everything

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    MTV - Music Television
    "Vice" magazine founder Shane Smith and his top reporters, Ryan Duffy and Thomas Morton as they travel the globe investigating the most interesting and dangerous stories.
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    History of the World

    History of the World

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    BBC
    See some of the largest turning points in the world's history from military to love stories to technology and deaths, natural disasters and medical advances.
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    Chiller 13: The Decade's Scariest Movie Moments

    Chiller 13: The Decade's Scariest Movie Moments

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    Syfy
    Find out what the 13 most frightening films of all time are from some of the biggest names in pop culture and horror movies. These experts include: Kyle Massey, special makeup effects supervisor Greg Nicotero, comedians Dan Gurewitch & David Young, Betsy Russell, writer Steve Niles, Tony Todd and horror film director Lucky McKee.moreless
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    My Extreme Animal Phobia

    My Extreme Animal Phobia

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    Animal Planet
    Animal Planet is working on a new project that explores how animals can be a source of fear for some people.
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    Built to Shred

    Built to Shred

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    Fuel TV
    Built to Shred is an extreme sports show that will satisfy all fans of skateboarding, stunt riding, and other extreme sports. Host Jeff King gives viewers a front-row seat as he collaborates with riders, skateboard technicians and course designers to develop the most elaborate and challenging riding environments possible. Built to Shred features a guest list that includes many notable guest athletes and skateboarders, including Tony Hawk and Ryan Sheckler, each of whom provides input about the obstacles being built. Many of the guests get so excited about creating these incredible skating environments that they roll up their sleeves, pick up some tools, and help construct them! This series has become a favorite of all fans of extreme sports, and is particularly popular among skateboarding enthusiasts. This is extreme skateboarding that has never been seen before; even the wildest and most dangerous skating fantasies are translated into reality. Viewers are along for the ride as these skating experts take each wild and crazy idea from concept to concrete reality!moreless
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    In the House with Peter Bart & Peter Guber

    In the House with Peter Bart & Peter Guber

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    Starz
    Legendary producers and studio execs Peter Bart and Peter Guber are the hosts of this half-hour entertainment news and interview program, bringing you face time with superstar celebs and up-to-the-minute info on Hollywood happenings. More than just another celebrity gossip program, "In the House" is a show for avid movie fans, with guests ranging from top-name directors and screenwriters to A-list box office greats.moreless
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