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.
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.
It’s 1959, two men face major turning points in their lives: one is in Washington, D.C. about to announce his candidacy for president of the United States; the other is at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow about to renounce his U.S. citizenship forever. These two seemingly unrelated events send the men on a cataclysmic path that will alter the course of history. National Geographic Channel’s Killing Kennedy, produced by Scott Free Production and based on the best-selling book by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard, chronicles this buildup to one of America’s most shocking events: the assassination of President John F. Kennedy by Lee Harvey Oswald. Starring Rob Lowe (President Kennedy), Ginnifer Goodwin (Jaqueline Kennedy), Will Rothhaar (Lee Harvey Oswald) and Michelle Trachtenberg (Marina Oswald), the film charts the highs and lows of two lives that would eventually intersect and result in, not one, but two horrific murders that would stun a nation and mark the end of an era.
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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.