El Encantador de Perros (Dog Whisperer)
Cesar Millan captured the national spotlight when his National Geographic Channel series Dog Whisperer premiered. He’s been called a “Dr. Phil for dogs,” and for good reason. Cesar's amazing rehabilitations of aggressive, scared, lazy, compulsive, and jealous dogs guide viewers to the realization it isn’t the dogs but the quirky owners who needed Cesar's help the most.
Dog Whisperer documents the remarkable transformations that take place under Cesar's calm-assertive guidance.
All eyes are on the Mayan this year. Beyond their alleged prophecies…who were they?
Bonampak is in Chiapas, Mexico. It’s where the best archeological evidence to understand Mayan society lies.
In this one-hour special we follow the forensic investigation of the archeological clues found in key Mayan sites in the jungle of Chiapas.
Obsesiones - Cuerpos que Gritan
Can our obsession for a body we deem ideal push us to the brink of death? An original three-part series fully filmed in Latin America features those who suffer in silence and are trying to find a way out.
Nanotechnology and biomechanical scientists analyze the world´s most popular sport. From soccer balls to goals; from soccer cleats to fields. Every detail will be scrutinized with amazing lab testing and CGI recreations. Its Soccer Bible. Are you ready?
Rescates Extremos (Extreme Rescues)
Every season a courageous group of men risk their lives to rescue others. In this reality series viewers enjoy the story behind each rescue and what this extraordinary team does to bring sick and injured climbers to safety at one of the most dangerous peaks of the world; The Aconcagua in Argentina.
Exploradores - Noches Salvajes
Primatologist and National Geographic Explorer Dr. Mireya Mayor has searched for wildlife in far-flung jungles. Now she's turning her sights on a different wildlife frontier — the concrete jungle. From nightclubs to night crawlers - Mireya tries to beat the clock by discovering as much urban wildlife as she can in a very short time. Join her as she travels to popular cities such as Miami, Rio and New Orleans in search of exotic species ranging from Burmese pythons to wild boar to the world's largest rodent - the capybara. She'll use local experts and residents she meets along the way to help her find surprising creatures that are out on the town.
Exploradores - Expedicion Salvaje
Can a man teach his 800-pound grizzly bear best friend, raised in captivity, to fish like its wild cousins? Naturalist Casey Anderson ventures into the Alaskan wilderness to study the biggest bears on the planet — and pick up fishing tips for his bear pal.
Brutus the grizzly bear enjoys his 25,000-calorie breakfast — 35 pounds of treats such as raw chickens or carrot cake — but when his human best friend presents him with a fresh, flopping fish, Brutus is confused and uninterested. Raised by Casey from birth, Brutus is used to having his food delivered. Now, Casey sets off on an adventure to the Alaska wilderness to observe Brutus’ grizzly cousins salmon fishing, hoping to gain new insight into their technique and teach it to his six-foot, 800-pound, furry friend.
No Le Digan a Mi Madre (Don't Tell My Mother)
Don't Tell My Mother… follows Diego as he embarks on journeys through countries like North Korea, Colombia, Afghanistan and the Congo - places often dismissed as violent, war-ravaged and corrupt. The five-part series is an eye-opening encounter that provides an insider's look at life in these countries, from the effects of poverty and civil war to new hopes and progress being made.
LIDER DE LA MANADA (Leader of the Pack)
Cesar's Way, a foundation for dog rescue is travelling the world to highlight the 3 big questions in adopting and owning a dog. This is Cesar’s bid to end the world of canine abandonment.
SANTOS DE LATINOAMERICA (Latin American SaintS)
It is well known that Latin Americans are religious, devoted not only to the traditional catholic figures but also to local saints such as San Judas Tadeo in Mexico or San Cayetano in Argentina. New popular figures have emerged and are venerated such as Gauchito Gil in Salta or event saints like Malverde. This brings concern to the Roman Catholic Church. These devotions and the church’s concerns make an interesting contrast.
Los Topos (The Moles)
Excitement, heroism and courage is what this squad needs every time it's called to rescue victims from natural disasters.
It started as a spontaneous group and emerged from tragedy in the 1985 Mexican Earth quake. Now “Los Topos” travel the world saving lives.
Join The Moles for a glimpse of this unique squad, how they operate and the remembrance of how it all started.
AmERICA INDOMABLE (Untamed America)
The world’s largest rainforest, biggest river, driest desert, tallest trees, and oldest organisms are all part
of the Americas.
National Geographic Channel takes an unprecedented look
at the incredible challenges faced by life residing in the world’s most extreme habitats.
A new season of the one of all time highest rated pay-tv property on basic cable across Latin America now on Nat Geo Mundo.
Main concept: What is completely acceptable in one society can be extreme and even taboo in others.