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A TCA panel of National Geographic experts explained why massive sea creatures still fascinate us — and how much we still don't know about them.
Steve James' five-part docuseries on Chicago's 2019 mayoral race is now the most prescient and meaningful docuseries about 2020 America.
"Many people did want the catharsis of talking about it," director Ron Howard said.
The tragic career of pioneering Russian botanist/geneticist Nikolai Vavilov required a distinctive look only achieved with stop-motion.
In its second rebooted incarnation, "Cosmos" once again bridges time and space to go beyond a simple video a teacher can show in science class.
Tony, Emmy, and Grammy Award winner Cynthia Erivo is set to play the “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin in the latest installment of the Emmy Award-winning anthology series.
A new camera setup is giving live glimpses of these dam builders in ways few humans have seen before.
Nat Geo's "The Hot Zone," based on the Richard Preston bestseller about Ebola and starring Julianna Margulies, debuts on May 27.
The Nat Geo and Netflix docuseries don't shy away from climate change, which is reflected in the scores by Benjamin Wallfisch and Steven Price.
In advance of the limited series, a three-part podcast will look at some of the most dangerous biological chapters in American history.
Julianna Margulies is a renegade scientist determined to save the world in Nat Geo's meticulous and clinical limited series.
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