NonfictionFor the very first time, Leah and Mike meet with former members of a different organization--the Jehovah's Witnesses. In this special 2-hour episode, a panel of contributors open up and share their personal stories of growing up in this secretive organization. Our hosts will hear stories of tragedy and loss including: family members who died from refusing blood transfusions; siblings and parents lost to suicide; families torn apart by the practice of disfellowshipping (shunning); the belief in women's inherent inferiority; and the alleged failure to punish child abusers or even to believe in claims of abuse. Our audience w
NonfictionTyson interviews the late renowned chef, writer and TV host Anthony Bourdain. He’s joined in the Hall of the Universe by comedian co-host Sasheer Zamata, along with Guy Crosby and Yvette d’Entremont, to discuss the science of food as it relates to taste, cooking and climate change. Natalia Reagan weighs in from the Heatonist hot sauce shop in Brooklyn, where she tries one of the hottest sauces in the world.
NonfictionIn 1998, a gifted Philadelphia graduate student is found murdered in her bed. The hunt for her killer forces police to reevaluate a series of unsolved crimes, turning the city upside down. Will her killer be caught or will he strike again?
NonfictionThe crew heads to San Francisco to investigate the historic Westerfeld House, which played host to satanic rituals performed by underground occultist filmmaker Kenneth Anger and Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey.
NonfictionExperience an exciting journey through the 75 year history of the Marvel Universe, from its humble beginnings as Timely Comics in 1939 to the birth of The Marvel Age in the 1960s, and finally the cinematic blockbusters of today.
NonfictionFor decades, Korea and its people labor under Japanese imperialist rule. But in 1912, in a small town outside Pyongyang, a child is born — Kim Il Sung — coinciding with an omen of imperialism’s doom. Kingdom of the Kims explores the story of how an unknown guerrilla fighter rises to power, takes complete control of his country and makes himself a god in the eyes of his people.
NonfictionThe Ghost Adventures crew faces unprecedented paranormal energy as they conduct a live investigation inside Zak Bagans' Haunted Museum. Expedition Unknown's Josh Gates guides viewers through the action as the night unfolds.
NonfictionSophia Putney-Wilcox is excited to start her senior year of high school after ending her abusive relationship with her boyfriend Adam. Unable to take the rejection, Adam breaks into her house with a bottle of gasoline and a lighter.
NonfictionAlton "reloads" his classic fondue show with some cheesy science and a completely new recipe, because he really didn't like the first one that much anyway. The Lady of the Refrigerator returns and boy, is she mad!
NonfictionIt was a state-of-the-art commuter plane making a simple one-hour flight from Taipei to a Taiwanese island off the coast of China. But within minutes of takeoff, TransAsia Flight 235 plunged into the Keelung River, killing all but 15 people on board. To determine the cause of the crash, investigators examine stunning footage captured by the dashcam of a passing car and uncover shocking evidence about the captain and even the airline itself.
NonfictionIn rural Indiana, the badly burned body of a young woman is found in an open field. Soon, investigators discover a harrowing tale that leads back to witchcraft, a cast of troubled teens, and a surprising love triangle that was cursed from the start.
NonfictionA fire chief's wife is found burned to death in her home. An autopsy reveals the cause of death was not the fire, but a gunshot to the head, shocking this small Louisiana town. This arson turned homicide leaves a killer to be found.
NonfictionThe Son of God tracks the decline of Kim Il Sung and the rise of his son, Kim Jong Il. Jong is an unlikely successor to his father. He is not a military man — he is obsessed with cinema, particularly James Bond films. This is the story of how he uses filmmaking and propaganda to win his father’s approval — and power.
NonfictionIn this eight-part series, Leah Remini, along with high level former Scientology executives and Church members, delves deep into shocking stories of abuse, heartbreak and harassment experienced by those who have left the church and spoken publicly about their experiences.
NonfictionA mix-up means five gifted cookie makers must hack Halloween cookie cutters into classic Christmas cookies. Then they have to make cookie advent calendars with surprises hidden behind each day.
NonfictionA couple custom-built their dream home on a large, private lot, but it doesn't work for them anymore. Hilary thinks a renovation will ease Theresa's concerns, while David is sure that a smaller home will solve all their problems.
NonfictionA wave of horror strikes the wealthy enclave of Aspen, Colorado, when heiress Nancy Pfister is found brutally murdered in her mountain home. As police work to untangle a twisted web of suspects, a shocking confession puts a sudden end to the investigation. But with millions on the line, does the confession tell the whole story?
NonfictionModern vampires come in many guises, but they all address our fascination with sex and death. From the ghastly Count Orlok to the glam vampires of True Blood, thirsty fiends are endlessly appealing.
NonfictionFacebook’s response to charges of promoting “fake news” and disrupting American politics. Dozens of interviews and rare footage show the company’s role sowing division worldwide and the challenges facing the powerful social media platform.
NonfictionFour remaining chefs take Thanksgiving classics to new heights. In round one, they turn sweet pies into a holiday side and in round two, they tackle leftovers. One chef will be eliminated as the final three get closer to $25,000.
NonfictionAfter receiving reports from a Zimbabwe crocodile expert that a giant renegade crocodile named Bizmark is terrorizing villages along the Zambezi River, wildlife expert Casey Anderson packs his bags and heads to Africa.
NonfictionEarly warnings about Facebook’s impact on privacy and democracy in the U.S. and around the world. Dozens of original interviews and rare footage show how the company faced claims of misuse while becoming an unprecedented global power.
NonfictionAnthony Bourdain's unique perspective and voice altered the world of food, travel and culture and in the process reinvented how audiences watched television and engaged intimately and actively with the world around them.
NonfictionModern-day China has been built on the traditions and innovations of the past. In this aerial journey, explore the sprawling nation from a whole new perspective. See how nature has served as both an enemy and an ally, and meet people who have built lives in the unlikeliest of places, from steep river valleys to harsh desert landscapes. It’s a coast-to-coast tour of a vast and varied nation, where ancient customs continue to shape the landscape and the people.
NonfictionMichael Wood goes back to the beginnings of Chinese history to find clues to today's China. Starting with a family reunion, when 300 relatives gather to worship their ancestors on 'Tomb Sweeping Day,' Michael explores ancient myths and archaeological sites to uncover the origins of the Chinese state; he examines the first Chinese writing, and tells the dramatic tale of the bloodthirsty First Emperor, before an amazing climax with a million pilgrims at a festival on the Yellow River.
NonfictionThe crew travels to St. Anthony, ID, to investigate a former school with a dark history of suicide and death. The guys capture paranormal activity that proves the children who lost their lives are still trapped on the grounds.
NonfictionA shadow puppet performance provides an entry into understanding Indonesia, a country comprised of thousands of islands whose people endured political turmoil, and one in which, Bourdain discovers, food is the great unifier.
NonfictionThe 1999 murder of a 17-year-old sends shockwaves across a rural Kentucky community. When the police investigation stalls, her family vows to solve it themselves. But in their long hunt for justice, they discover that evil is sickeningly close to home.
NonfictionHow state governments and Wall Street led America’s public pensions into a $4-trillion hole. FRONTLINE investigates the consequences for teachers, police, firefighters, and other public servants and who will be held accountable?
NonfictionSeasoned expats agree on the area of London they want to live in, but their similarities end there. She wants a second bedroom to host visiting loved ones, while his priority is closeness to public transportation.