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  • Reasonable Doubt
    Reasonable D...
    Reasonable Doubt (2017)
    In Reasonable Doubt, two investigators re-examine controversial murder cases to help the desperate families of those convicted decide if it's time to appeal... or accept the guilty verdict once and for all.

  • The Real Story with Maria Elena Salinas
    The Real Sto...
    The Real Story with Maria Elena Salinas (2017)
    In The Real Story with Maria Elena Salinas, investigative journalist Maria Elena Salinas peels back the layers of national headline-making crimes in search of new evidence, unheard perspectives, and updates to the cases.

  • JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald
    JFK Declassi...
    JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald (2017)
    More than two million declassified government files offer new evidence about Lee Harvey Oswald's activities in the weeks, months and years before the assassination of President John F. Kennedy with the last remaining documents scheduled for release later this year. HISTORY's new six-part nonfiction series JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald follows former CIA agent, Bob Baer and former LAPD police lieutenant, Adam Bercovici, on their independent global investigation into Oswald, and the murder of JFK, asking the questions: did he have accomplices, and if so, who helped him assassinate the President?

  • Mysteries of the Abandoned
    Mysteries of...
    Mysteries of the Abandoned (2017)
    They were once some of the most advanced structures and facilities on the planet, standing at the cutting-edge of design and construction. Today they are abandoned, dangerous, some of them even deadly. From uninhabited cities to empty factories, these long-forgotten engineering marvels are scattered around the globe. Science Channel uncovers why some of the world's most advanced architectural achievements were eventually left behind in the all-new series Mysteries of the Abandoned.

  • Cooper's Treasure
    Cooper's Tre...
    Cooper's Treasure (2017)
    In the 1960s, the "Original 7" astronauts were both rock stars and daredevils. With movie star looks and a penchant for sports cars, Gordon Cooper was the youngest and the flashiest of the bunch. As a space pioneer, he first took orbit in Mercury-Atlas 9, setting a record that still holds today for the longest solo space flight in US history. During one of his key missions, while Cooper claimed to be scouring the globe for nuclear sites, he actually discovered something else: shipwrecks. Working for decades in secret, using the information he collected while orbiting the Earth, Cooper created a document that he thought could lead to unimaginable wealth – a treasure map from space. Uncover the truth – and the treasure – when Cooper's Treasure premieres on the Discovery Channel. Before passing away, Cooper shared his secret with long-time friend Darrell Miklos with the hope that his exploration would continue and the treasure would ultimately be found. Miklos is now setting out on a personal quest to fulfill the legacy of his lost mentor, once and for all realizing Cooper's long-held dream and proving to the world that the mysterious documents hold the key for a new generation of explorers.

  • Britain in Focus: A Photographic History
    Britain in F...
    Britain in Focus: A Photographic History (2017)
    Series in which Eamonn McCabe celebrates Britain's greatest photographers, sees how science allowed their art to develop, and explores how they have captured our changing lives and country.

  • Hostages of the SS
    Hostages of ...
    Hostages of the SS (2015)
    April 1945. In a dramatic operation the SS transports 139 special prisoners, and kin of the prisoners, into the Alps. The plan: to use the prisoners as bargaining chips in possible negotiations with the Allies. During the journey a number of prisoners plan their escape and experience six days between liberty and death, their fates in the hands of ruthless and increasingly nervous criminals. But the hostages band together and turn the tables with a clever ploy: they call in the Wehrmacht to aid them…

  • The Kennedys - After Camelot
    The Kennedys...
    The Kennedys - After Camelot (2017)
    Picking up where the Emmy®-winning miniseries The Kennedys left off, The Kennedys - After Camelot provides a fascinating look into the modern era of America's royal family. Based on the best-selling book of the same name by J. Randy Taraborrelli.

  • How the World Ends
    How the Worl...
    How the World Ends (2017)
    AHC explores the most noteworthy and notorious predictions of doom, examining the most widely-held beliefs of our imminent demise—from the technological, to the religious, to the ecological. How the World Ends takes a closer look at the people, the science and the history surrounding each theory's impending countdown to destruction—and their feasibility of actually coming to fruition. Produced by CMJ Productions II.

  • Nazi Death Squads
    Nazi Death S...
    Nazi Death Squads (2017)
    Nazi mobile killing squads, the Einsatzgruppen, led by highly-educated officers and aided by local collaborators, systematically murdered over a million Jews. Who were the men who carried out mass murder at close range?

  • Tokyo Trial
    Tokyo Trial
    Tokyo Trial (2016)
    In the wake of World War II, 11 Allied judges are tasked with weighing the fates of Japanese war criminals in a tense international trial.

  • UFOs: The Lost Evidence
    UFOs: The Lo...
    UFOs: The Lost Evidence (2017)


  • Te Radar's Chequered Past
    Te Radar's C...
    Te Radar's Chequered Past (2017)
    Uncovering weird events and bizarre characters, Te Radar takes us on a hilarious romp through our amazing history

  • Incredible Inventions
    Incredible I...
    Incredible Inventions (2017)


  • Time: The Kalief Browder Story
    Time: The Ka...
    Time: The Kalief Browder Story (2017)
    Time: The Kalief Browder Story is a documentary series chronicling the life of a 16 year-old student from the Bronx who spent three years on Rikers Island without ever being convicted of a crime. Kalief Browder was walking home from a party when he was arrested for allegedly stealing a backpack. He spent an unconscionable three years in jail awaiting trial--two of which were spent in solitary confinement. Charges were ultimately dropped, and Browder took his own life shortly after being released. Browder's tragic story has galvanized activists and reformers alike in the name of justice. The documentary series will feature first-person accounts, archival footage, and cinematic recreations of key scenes from Browder's life, as well as exclusive interviews from a wide range of those connected to the story, from politicians to close friends and family members to social reformers.

  • Secrets of the Underground
    Secrets of t...
    Secrets of the Underground (2017)
    Some of the world's most confounding archeological and architectural secrets are located close to home and just beneath our feet. With the recent emergence of cutting-edge technologies such as ground penetrating radar (GPR), LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging), and 3-D imaging, scientists are now able to research fascinating underworlds of secret tunnel networks, ancient structures, and bizarre geological occurrences that offer glimpses into our history like we've never been able to see before. In the new Science Channel series, Secrets of the Underground, premiering Tuesday, February 14 at 10 PM ET/PT, scientist and tech fanatic Rob Nelson travels the country to investigate long lost, subterranean phenomena. From intricate and forgotten sewers and caves, to lost civilizations and structures, SECRETS OF THE UNDERGROUND looks at all things covert, hidden and unfamiliar. The premiere episode finds Nelson in Louisville, Kentucky, where it's been thought that Al Capone used underground passageways as a secret escape route during Prohibition. And in Washington state, Nelson deploys a series of advanced scanning techniques to try to figure out the origins of thousands of earthen mounds that have baffled scientists for generations. Among the other mysteries that Nelson looks to uncover include the existence of a legendary network of complex tunnels at Alcatraz, long rumored by inmates to be a gateway to freedom; Lake Michigan's "Underwater Stonehenge"; and Pennsylvania's fabled mass grave.

  • The White Princess
    The White Pr...
    The White Princess (2017)
    "The White Princess" tells the story of one of the most fascinating periods of British history, spanning the winter court of Henry Tudor – uniquely from the women's point of view. The most ruthless players in history will stop at nothing to support their own causes and those of the ones they love.

  • Sun Records
    Sun Records
    Sun Records (2017)
    Sun Records is a coming-of-age story set in the unraveling world of 1950s Memphis where music and race collide, ultimately creating pop music's first superstars. After a nationwide casting call held at Elvis Presley's high school alma mater in Memphis last month, CMT has cast Drake Milligan as young Elvis Presley, Kevin Fonteyne ("Masters of Sex," "Melissa & Joey") as Johnny Cash, twins ChristianLees ("Tale of Tales," "Parents") and Jonah Lees ("Tale of Tales," "Eric & Ernie") as cousins Jerry Lee Lewis and Jimmy Swaggart,respectively. Additional cast members will be announced at a later date. During the Upfront event, Fonteyne and Milligan wowed the audience as they performed together for the first time as Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley.

  • Madiba
    Madiba
    Madiba (2017)
    Madiba is the story of Nelson Mandela, the globally beloved humanitarian, as well as the many other leaders of the African National Congress -- Oliver Tambo and Walter Sisulu -- who fought alongside Mandela in the multi-racial, multi-national movement that led to the end of South African apartheid.

  • Bloody Tales of the Tower of London
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    Bloody Tales of the Tower of London (2012)
    The terrible cries of tortured traitors have given the Tower of London a particularly grisly place in the history of the capital of England. Brave a trip to the Tower with investigator Joe Crowley and Tudor historian Dr Suzannah Lipscomb, as this gruesome series explores its infamous blood-spattered past.

  • The Pillars of the Earth
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    The Pillars of the Earth (2010)
    The Pillars of the Earth is a sweeping epic of good and evil, treachery and intrigue, violence and beauty. This sensuous, spirited and passionate story is set against a backdrop of war, religious strife and power struggles which tears lives and families apart. In that time, there rises a magnificent Cathedral in Kingsbridge.

  • Medici Masters of Florence
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    Medici Masters of Florence (2016)
    Florence, 1429Giovanni de Medici, thanks to a contract stipulated with the Papacy twenty years before, has transformed his family bank into an unprecedented economic force. But then, Giovanni is mysteriously murdered, and his sons, Cosimo and Lorenzo, are forced to face a range of enemies plotting to oust the Medici from power. First in line is Rinaldo Albizzi, head of the faction of nobles, who stands opposed not only to the rise of the middle class, favored by the Medici, but also to Cosimos vision for the city, including his patronage of magnificent works of art and architecture by such great artists as Donatello and Brunelleschi.Also in the Medici family keeping the peace is not an easy task. Lorenzo and Cosimo are nearly opposite in temperament, and Cosimos marriage to Contessina de Bardi formed as a political alliance but then matured into a formidable partnership will be severely strained during his exile in Venice. It is there that Cosimo takes up with Maddalena, a beautiful slave who becomes his mistress and the mother of his illegitimate son.In the meantime, the mystery of who killed Giovanni continues to lurk behind the scenes, and a new arch-enemy appears on the horizon in the person of the rival banker Pazzi. All the while, the onerous guilt of the compromises made and the evil done for the good of the family weighs heavily on Cosimos soul. He must decide how far he is willing to go to preserve his vision of Florence a vision we now know as the Renaissance.

  • Murder Maps
    Murder Maps
    Murder Maps (2015)
    Murder Maps is a drama-docu series takes us back in time to the most shocking and surprising murder cases in history. Nicholas Day guides us into into the world of the killer as we see how police ingenuity and early forensics helped bring them to justice.

  • True Nightmares
    True Nightma...
    True Nightmares (2015)
    True stories of murder and mayhem morph into urban legends like the boogeyman or the monster under the bed – haunting our childhoods and scaring us throughout our lives. Investigation Discovery's (ID) upcoming series True Nightmares brings to life the true stories that spawned these hair-raising tales, proving once again that truth will always be scarier than fiction. Performer Todd Robbins, best known for his fascination with eccentric and arcane forms of entertainment, brings his shadowy and sardonic self to deliver six spine-tingling episodes, revealing that sometimes, our fears aren't mere figments of our imagination after all. Acting as an on-screen narrator, Robbins appears in and out of scenes, using his ominous tone and eerie charisma to masterfully weave together three stories each hour, playfully hinting that there is always more to the story to reveal.

  • Tutankhamun
    Tutankhamun
    Tutankhamun (2016)
    Set against the ochre sands, looming cliffs and baking heat of the Valley of the Kings, this ambitious, sweeping saga is based on the compelling personal story of Howard Carter, the eminent British archaeologist who found the tomb of boy-king Tutankhamun.

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