NonfictionAfter bouncing around from one rental disaster to the next, Drew manages to find a couple a low-priced gem in a red-hot neighborhood, but Jonathan struggles to stay on schedule and budget after a slew of nasty surprises.
NonfictionThree years after Jessica Chambers was burned alive, her family prepares to face the accused killer in court and the mysterious relationship between Jessica and Quinton Tellis comes to light.
NonfictionWhen a young army vet is found stabbed to death on his living room floor, suspicions quickly fall to a neighbor who was arrested during a nearby altercation. But when Kenda takes a closer look at the victim's love life, he realizes someone's been lying.
NonfictionSerena Williams discovers she is pregnant before capturing her 23rd Grand Slam singles title at the 2017 Australian Open. From there, her world takes a dramatic turn as she puts tennis aside in the months leading up to the birth of her first child.
NonfictionHollywood "golden boy" Gavin Smith a 20th Century Fox executive and former star UCLA basketball player goes missing. For years, his family and detectives search tirelessly for answers, but a group of heartless characters holds fast to their secrets.
NonfictionSerena Williams gives birth to her daughter after an emergency C-section and reveals in gripping detail the life-threatening complications that followed her delivery. Seven weeks later, she returns to the practice court and slowly begins her comeback.
NonfictionSerena Williams marries Alexis Ohanian in New Orleans. She subsequently returns to the tennis court to play an exhibition match in Abu Dhabi and joins the U.S. Fed Cup team in North Carolina.
NonfictionAs Donald Trump takes the oath of office, The New York Times’ New York and Washington bureaus prepare to cover an administration unlike any other. The role that Russia played in the 2016 election quickly emerges as a storyline that will continue to unfold. In this fiercely competitive environment, The Times and The Washington Post vie for scoops while overtaxed journalists work to develop sources inside a volatile administration. Meanwhile, the paper faces economic challenges as it continues to adapt to a digital world.
NonfictionA man is murdered by an intruder leaving his wife to witness a disturbing detail: the killer was wearing a clown mask. And when three more are killed by the same deranged clown, police realize they're dealing with a serial killer.
NonfictionThe competitors bring their best to the kitchen to impress Martha Stewart. In the appetizer round, they take on beef Wellington and an iconic canned meat. In the entree round, they use one of Martha's favorite ingredients.
NonfictionThere's expertise in spades when Amanda Freitag and Laura Vitale arrive in Bobby Flay's arena. They're bringing in the heavy hitters with chefs Asif Syed and Jordan Frosolone to teach the master a lesson in defeat.
NonfictionSpecial Early Premiere Episode! After a missing persons case takes a deadly turn, Harris County Sheriff's Detective Mike Ritchie is on the hunt for one man. When the killer surfaces two hours away, an arrest isn't as simple as it first seems.
NonfictionA couple with a toddler and newborn are ready to move out of his old bachelor pad condo and into a dream home. Jonathan works to transform a century-old property while finding a style compromise that suits their opposing tastes.
NonfictionWhen Brian Cargill divorced his wife, Kimberly, he thought it was the end of the worst time of his life. Instead, he found himself in a desperate battle to save his son, Jamie, from her deadly wrath.
NonfictionA couple is eager to move on in a new home after a family crisis. The Property Brothers try to convince them to see dream-home potential in an unfinished DIY disaster, then it's up to Jonathan to deliver a dazzling renovation.
NonfictionDowntown dwellers give up their tiny urban condo to find a detached home with more space. Drew finds a midcentury home, but when the walls come down, they discover a toxic disaster that stretches to every corner of the house.
NonfictionShortly after FBI director James Comey is fired, The Times is on to a huge scoop with ongoing reverberations regarding Comey’s memos about his meetings with President Trump. Things are made more dire when The Times reveals details of a secret meeting between members of the Trump campaign and a Russian lawyer with ties to the Kremlin. But even as The Times drives this shocking flow of new information, it continues to squarely address its own inner challenges. Can The Times adapt to a digital future without losing something vital in the process?
NonfictionIn recent years, our knowledge of life beneath the waves has been transformed. Using cutting-edge technology, One Ocean takes us on a journey from the intense heat of the tropics to our planet's frozen poles to reveal new worlds and extraordinary never-before-seen animal behaviors.
NonfictionMore than three decades after the debut of Carl Sagan’s groundbreaking and iconic series, “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage,” it’s time once again to set sail for the stars. Host and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson sets off on the Ship of the Imagination to discover earth’s Cosmic Address and its coordinates in space and time. Viewers meet Renaissance Italy’s Giordano Bruno, who had a spiritual epiphany about the infinite expanse of the universe. Then, Tyson walks across the Cosmic Calendar, on which all of time has been compressed into a year-at-a-glance calendar, from the Big Bang to the moment humans first make
NonfictionBourdain and film director Darren Aronofsky tour the remote South Asian Kingdom of Bhutan and travel on the winding East/West highway known for its spectacular views of the Himalayan Mountains.
NonfictionZak and the crew investigate the Washoe Club in Virginia City, NV, for the very last time. A highly personal communication brings the guys to tears, and they experience a chilling exchange with the spirits.
NonfictionA fascinating and revealing view of life inside Iran, with NYTimes correspondent Thomas Erdbrink. With humor and curiosity, he shares a rare journey into a private Iran often at odds with its conservative clerics and leaders.
NonfictionAndrew Zimmern checks out the best food trucks in Birmingham, AL. He starts with comfort food served by an owner with a humanitarian heart and meets a couple living happily ever after while serving up artisanal kabobs.
NonfictionAndrew Zimmern sets his sights on international food truck cuisine in Memphis. He enjoys Mexican street tacos with a Tennessee twist, authentic Thai street food like spicy basil chicken and a famous soft-shell crab BLT.
NonfictionTyler Florence brings together five of the best chefs in Indianapolis to compete in a hibachi restaurant. They use the Japanese grill for the first time and then have to use crawfish tails, potatoes and more in a winning dish.
NonfictionThe land of lemurs, an ancient primate family that evolved from only one small group which arrived on the island more than 60 million years ago. For them Madagascar became the land of evolutionary opportunity and today there are almost 100 living species.
NonfictionThe couples have reunited and prepare to make the biggest decision of their lives. Will they choose to part ways for good or will they recommit to their marriage and choose each other forever?
NonfictionIn the ’80s, family values undergo a huge makeover, as depicted in films and sitcoms. At the start of the decade some, including President Reagan, yearn to go back to traditional ’50s family values, as seen in the hit movie “Back to the Future.” But by the end of the decade, with confidence growing and the help of the cartoon family “The Simpsons,” American families can finally express themselves and get real.
NonfictionIt’s the 1980s and a generation of rebellious youngsters wages war on Reagan’s conservative America, determined to express itself by breaking all the rules. In the culture clash of the century that will come to define modern America, graffiti art is born, hip-hop music goes mainstream, and a nation of teen rockers refuses to be gagged by Washington’s own “Stepford wives.”
NonfictionFormula E auto racing is redefining motorsport, but AirBridgeCargo’s 747-8F is poised to take the checkered flag. See her fly from China to Russia to England in a race against the clock to deliver a fleet of electric-powered race cars in time for the next race. Intensifying matters for the pilots and loading crew: a dangerous cargo of potentially explosive lithium-ion batteries and a typhoon threatening to hit Hong Kong before they even take off.
NonfictionIn the ’80s, networks like CNN help drive the stratospheric rise of cable. The 24-hour news channel’s coverage of John Lennon’s death at the start of the 80s and the rescue of baby Jessica McClure near the end cemented its place in viewers’ homes. Niche channels are spawned, including MTV, QVC and many televangelism networks. The downfall of televangelists Jim and Tammy Bakker becomes must-see TV.
NonfictionIt's discovered that Pam Smart was sleeping with her husband's triggerman, 15-year-old Billy Flynn. Salacious details emerge in the first broadcast gavel-to-gavel murder trial in America. Did Pam convince Billy to kill or is he conspiring against her?
NonfictionThe big blue is the world's greatest wilderness, far from shore and many kilometers deep. It's a vast marine desert where there is little to eat and nowhere to hide. Yet it's home to some of the biggest and most spectacular creatures on earth. This episode reveals what it takes to survive in this savage and forbidding world.
NonfictionAn inside look at the secret protocols, elite security and hidden history of the world's most public of private residences. What is the most secret room in the White House and what makes it so powerful? What secret visitors have been to the White House--invited or not? What kind of background checks are needed to work at the White House? What security measures go into effect if the White House is under attack? For over 200 years, the White House has functioned as a Presidential residence, Executive Office and national command center. But more guarded than the White House itself--are its secrets. Secrets that have remained
NonfictionThe "Great East River Bridge" was the largest bridge of its era, a technical achievement of unparalleled scope, marked by enormous construction problems, equally ingenious solutions and heroic human achievement. In unexpected and wonderful ways, the Brooklyn Bridge captured the imagination of all Americans, and in the process became a symbol in American culture of strength, vitality, ingenuity and promise. In this Academy Award ® nominated film, Ken Burns captures the physical majesty of this greatest of all achievements of the industrial age, the dramatic story of the larger-than-life men who imagined and built it, and t
NonfictionOn the coast, two worlds collide. Coasts are the most dynamic and challenging habitats in the ocean - that brings great rewards but also great danger. The extraordinary animals that live here must find ingenious ways to cope with two very different worlds.
NonfictionAs the ’80s begin, change is in the air. America’s “Miracle on Ice” hockey team take Olympic gold after defeating the Soviet Union in the semifinals. Ronald Reagan becomes president but, eager for street cred, hijacks Bruce Springsteen’s song “Born in the USA,” much to the singer’s dismay. Reagan goes on to get the largest slice of the youth vote since the ’60s — a demographic perfectly represented in the Republican-loving Alex of “Family Ties.”
NonfictionA couple moves to Waco, TX, and wants to find a historic house that can be turned into their dream home. While their choice has tons of potential, Chip and Jo will have their hands full drawing out the home's charming elements.
NonfictionHistorian Darius Arya takes us on an extraordinary journey through the treasures of Istanbul. But with many of its secrets concealed or underground, he turns to the latest 3D imaging technology to see the city as no human eye ever could.
NonfictionWhen Bourdain heads to Puerto Rico to check out the reality behind the pi?a coladas and fancy resorts, he finds natural splendor, delicious food and warm people, all against the background of a seemingly insurmountable economic crisis.
NonfictionProfessor Darius Arya uses scanning technology to reveal the hidden secrets of ancient Athens. From the buildings on the Acropolis to the silver mines and quarries beyond the city, he investigates the city that gave the world democracy.
NonfictionAfter a chance meeting brings New York State Police Investigator Jim Horton face-to-face with infamous burglar Gary Evans, he doesn't realize that he's made a friend for life. But is this bond between two adversaries built on trust or treachery?
NonfictionThe quota continues to drop as the end of the season nears. Captain Greg Mayer of the Fishin’ Frenzy is barely holding onto his lead, while other captains are determined to knock him out of the top spot. With his mate back on board, Captain Tyler McLaughlin tries to make up for a disappointing season. Meanwhile, as time runs out, Captain Dave Marciano of the Falcon tries to reel in one last fish.
Nonfiction"Fareed Zakaria GPS" is CNN's flagship world affairs program. Every week on the show, you will see in-depth interviews with world leaders, newsmakers and analysts who break down the world's toughest problems, you will hear Fareed's "take" on vital subjects, and you will learn what you need to know about the world around you.
NonfictionJoin astrophysicist and novelist Janna Levin on a mind-blowing voyage to the frontiers of black hole science, which is shining new light on the most powerful and mysterious objects in the universe.
NonfictionThe OV-10 Bronco is the Swiss Army Knife of military aviation, faster than a helicopter, more maneuverable than a jet, and able to provide optimal support for troops on the ground in the most difficult of environments. Follow the journey of this light attack aircraft, from its humble origins 50 years ago in the garage of two Marines to its heroic missions in Vietnam. Then see how a disastrous role in Desert Storm nearly grounded the warbird for good until it got a shot at redemption two decades later against ISIS.
NonfictionThe New York Times reporters learn that the President’s former national security adviser, Michael T. Flynn, has pled guilty to lying to the FBI, bringing the Russia investigation closer to Trump’s inner circle. As the paper leads the reporting on workplace sexual harassment, allegations of past misconduct by one reporter in the bureau bring the story home. And for all the attacks on the free press over the course of Trump’s first year in office, the paper is rewarded for what it does best: good reporting.
NonfictionThe AC-130 is a heavyweight in a class of its own. The massive gunship brings unparalleled cover for troops on the ground and sheer force to enemy skies, day and night. With its revolutionary side-firing design, the AC-130 revolutionized close air support in the 1960s, but was nearly shelved after its weakness was exposed during Operation Desert Storm. Join us as we show how the latest generation of the plane provides further protection to ground troops as we examine the rise, fall, and rebirth of this legendary Air Warrior.
NonfictionMeredith Viera returns as The Great American Read hits high gear. After a summer of reading and voting for your favorite novels, see which books celebrities, authors, and other readers across the country are rooting for.
NonfictionAfter a disastrous start, Admiral Chester Nimitz’s island-hopping campaign across the Central Pacific has gained momentum and led his men to their largest and most important target yet: Saipan in the Mariana Islands. The nearly month-long battle on this island featured mountain sieges, Banzai attacks, white-knuckled dogfights, and escalating tensions between the U.S. Army and Marines. Color combat footage and testimony from the soldiers who were there bring this seminal moment of the Pacific War to life.
NonfictionChef Nicole Brisson rolls the dice against Chef Adam Greenberg for the chance to beat the house. Anne Burrell and TV host Jaymee Sire must play their cards and choose a contender to go all in against Bobby Flay.
NonfictionMuch is known about the pharaohs of ancient Egypt, but new archaeology has revealed evidence of another powerful religious and political position, one led by women. Until recently, the God’s Wives of Amun were all but forgotten, but Egyptologists exploring sacred sites have rediscovered their remarkable story. Learn the source of these women’s power, explore their religious ceremonies and festivals, and see how they blazed a trail for the most famous Egyptian queen of all: Cleopatra.
NonfictionAnn Anastasi returns home from shopping to find her husband, Anthony, lifeless in bed, a gun beside him. Police soon find a second victim, Jacqueline Riggs, in the basement, stabbed to death. What happened here is a dark tale of love, lust and violence.
NonfictionChopped's Scott Conant and actress Jane Seymour team up to make Bobby Flay sweat. They've recruited a couple of big-name chefs, New York City's Nate Appleman and Italy's own Silvia Barban, to beat Flay to the finish line.
NonfictionBy the summer of 1944, America increasingly controlled the seas and skies of the Pacific, but the fighting on land remained bloody and brutal. As U.S. forces battled for two islands at once, Japan used ingenious dug-in bunkers and caves to make them pay for every inch of ground. Discover America’s strategic and personal motivations behind their simultaneous invasions of Tinian and Guam and witness their far less successful plan to strike Japan from India and China with the new, troubled aircraft, the B-29.
NonfictionTim helps an overwhelmed young family restore their house in Jerome, AZ. Originally built for a copper mine manager, Tim uncovers high-end details and adds even more authentic features to the once illustrious home.
NonfictionThe great mountain ranges are some of the planet's most spectacular landscapes, but they are unforgiving places to live in, and only a few animals have what it takes to live at extreme altitude. Mountain animals are amongst the most elusive in the world, and this film provides unique and intimate glimpses into their secretive lives.
NonfictionThe colonies declare independence, taking on the might of the British Empire. Washington's army is near defeat, but new weapons and battle tactics turn the tide. Forged through revolution, a new nation is born.
NonfictionIn the first of an all-new two-part special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are on a mission to build a bridge over the River Kwai in Thailand. In order to do so, they must first drive across a country that has been largely closed to Westerners for over 40 years: Burma. The trio must make this trip in three trucks that have been bought for a limited budget. What follows is an epic journey of beautiful scenery, regular adversity, ongoing malfunction, and constant bickering between the three hosts.
NonfictionJeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May continue their journey in three ancient and barely functioning trucks, heading toward their final challenge - building a bridge over River Kwai in Thailand. Having climbed mountains and endured a Burmese trucker stop, they must now venture into the Shan state, an area rife with civil war and normally closed to Western TV crews.
NonfictionGrasslands cover one quarter of all land and support the vast gatherings of wildlife, but to survive here animals must endure hostile seasonal changes. From Asia's bizarre looking saiga antelope, to the giant ant-eaters of Brazil, grassland animals have adapted in extraordinary ways to cope with these extremes.
NonfictionAfter a long and brutal war, Vietnamese revolutionaries led by Ho Chi Minh end nearly a century of French colonial occupation. With the Cold War intensifying, Vietnam is divided in two. Communists in the North aim to reunify the country, while America supports Ngo Dinh Diem’s untested regime in the South.
NonfictionNew Orleans, a city known for its love of food, music, and life, was forever changed by the storm of Hurricane Katrina; yet today, New Orleans is still a vibrant and spectacular town, full of intrigue, and who better to explore the true impact of Katrina on this unique city than Anthony Bourdain.
NonfictionCorals build themselves homes of limestone in the warm, clear, shallow seas of the tropics. Their reefs occupy less than one tenth of one percent of the ocean floor, yet they are home to a quarter of all known marine species. They are complex, infinitely varied structures providing all kinds of homes for their many residents.
NonfictionProvence is a region of France characterized by its impoverished history and hard labor. Throughout his journey in Provence, Tony becomes enamored with the Provencal culture and cuisine glorifying the region as the ideal escape.
NonfictionIn this chapter of No Reservations, Tony takes a trip during the World Cup to Madrid -a city he describes as the political, geographical and cultural center of Spain, and a melting pot of people and foods from all over the country
NonfictionBourdain joins the throngs of locals as he motorbikes through Vietnam's capital and indulges in its singular cuisine with president Barack Obama, who, over a dish of Bun Cha, shares personal stories and reflects on his own international travels.
NonfictionIt's our green seas, not the blue, that bring life to our oceans. Here sunlight powers the growth of enchanted forests of kelp, mangroves and prairies of sea grass. They are the most abundant but fiercely competitive places in the ocean to live. The most bountiful kelp forests are found off the tip of southern Africa, where two great oceans collide.
NonfictionBourdain digs deep into the proud, often misunderstood culture of West Virginia, as he traverses a 5,000 foot mine, observes the demolition derby-like sport of rock-bouncing and dines on signature Appalachian dishes.
NonfictionEverybody shops. But for some people, walking out of a store with a bag full of something new provides a thrill like no other. On this episode of True Life, you'll meet two young women whose compulsive shopping has become such a serious addiction that they can't lead healthy lives.