More National Geographic Specials

November 2018

Inside Solitary Confinement: Redeemed

3.0 4 x
23 hours a day in a cell the size of a parking spot. Solitary confinement is a reality for 80,000 people in the U.S. on any given day. But times are changing in America’s prisons.

Curiosity: Life of a Mars Rover

4.0 4 x
The journey of Curiosity rover, from drawing table through launch, seven minutes of terror landing in 2012 and its first six years exploring Mars.
October 2018

Egypt's Sun King: Secrets and Treasures

4.0 3 x
A team of archaeologists discover the first new tomb to contain a body since the tomb of Tutankhamon; then, another mystery unravels right next door.

Great Innovators: The Rise of Australian Wine

Expired 4.0 11 x
Sam Neill, New Zealand actor and devoted wine maker, will explore the last century of Australian red wine making from his point of view as a struggling, small scale vintner.

US Secret Service: On The Front Line

3.0 4 x
With unrivaled access, National Geographic cameras go behind-the-scenes with the US Secret Service as they protect President Trump at home and abroad.

Revenge on the Nazis

4.0 6 x
In the dying days of World War II, a secret organization of Holocaust survivors plans revenge to kill 6 million Germans.
June 2018

Making A Dictator: Rising Tide

4.0 3 x
The threat of dictatorship to democratic institutions is real and is exemplified by dictators like Adolf Hitler, Saddam Hussein, and Fidel Castro.

Bobby Kennedy: After JFK

4.0 4 x
Through unique archive footage, this documentary film will deliver a unique portrait of this Kennedy we used to call “Bobby”.