Another year in the life of Diddly Squat Farm, run by Jeremy Clarkson, Britain's best-known but least-qualified amateur farmer. In an effort to increase his annual profit (£144 last year) he's diversifying, in the shape of cows, more chickens and his own restaurant.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are back for another season of adventure and idiocy, travelling the world to drive everything from hypercars and Italian classics to RVs and American muscle. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to rampage around the globe with your most entertaining friends, don’t ask these three. They find each other very annoying.
Jared Fogle, aka The Subway Guy, is a pop culture icon and an inspiration to millions of Americans -- but behind his loveable public persona lurks a monster. This is the untold story of how he dupes America and how he is brought to justice.
The First 48 follows the nation's top police departments during the critical first 48 hours of murder investigations, giving unprecedented access to crime scenes, interrogations and forensic processing.
Kyle Busch is the most polarizing driver of the contemporary NASCAR Series, with unmatched talent and singular determination to win at everything. In Rowdy, Busch confronts his physical limits when he sustains what could be a career ending wreck in 2015, only to find a path to the first of what will undoubtedly be many Cup Series Championships.
Paranormal researchers document the claims of the Harrisville Farmhouse. The inspiration for the movie "The Conjuring".
A floating city on the sea, the MSC Seaside is one of the biggest cruise ships in the world. With privileged access to every part of the cruise's operation, this film uncovers the army of people and complex systems that keep this extraordinary ship at the top of its game. Full of surprising facts, this captivating programme reveals life on board in a way that viewers have never seen before
Bigorexia explores the physical and psychological depths of muscle dysmorphia through the eyes of five subjects in the bodybuilding industry. Featuring Zac Aynsley, Janae Kroc, Craig Golias, Kirill Tereshin, and Amazonka among others, Bigorexia uncovers the inner most details of how this widespread disorder changes a person's lifestyle and includes discussions with athletes and doctors globally.
Americans move to a foreign country all in the name of love. Will uprooting their lives in the United States pay off, or will they be packing up and moving back to America brokenhearted?
In Year 3 of his Jackson State tenure, Deion Sanders and his team experience a dramatic season that includes a water crisis, player injuries, and heightened expectations for his football team.
Wildcat follows the inspiring story of a young veteran on his journey into the Amazon. Once there, he meets a young woman running a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation center, and his life finds new meaning as he is entrusted with the life of an orphaned baby ocelot. What was meant to be an attempt to escape from life, turns out to be an unexpected journey of love, discovery, and healing.
The Emmy-nominated historical documentary Invisible History: Middle Florida's Hidden Roots sheds light on the invisible history of plantations and the enslaved in North Florida. With visually compelling imagery, the film explores the history of a people who contributed so much to what the region is today.
"BMF: Blowing Money Fast" is a docuseries about the Black Mafia Family, who built one of the largest American cocaine empires.
Dance Moms follows Abby Lee Miller and the nation's favorite tween dancers as they take on Hollywood while new auditions, new competitions, and new studios raise the stakes.
This in-depth look at the 1990 mini-series based on Stephen King's iconic novel features interviews with many of the cult classic's key players, including director Tommy Lee Wallace and cast members Seth Green, Richard Thomas, and Tim Curry, who portrayed the notorious monster clown, Pennywise.
[Series Premiere April 7, 2017] A fascinating docuseries chronicling Playboy magazine’s charismatic founder, Hugh Hefner, and his impact on global culture. Told from his unique perspective with never-before-seen footage from his private archive, discover the captivating story about the man behind the bunny.
A cold case murder spanning over four decades. A friendship born of a love of fishing soon turns sinister. An infamous police tactic. Woven together from first hand accounts and expert interviews, family archives, and rare access to key participants, this documentary series is a winding tale that explores the unrelenting enigma of a search for justice.
When Patricia Hall vanishes from the small Yorkshire town of Pudsey, her husband Keith becomes a suspect, caught in a storm of rumour and suspicion. Only after a year, when Keith Hall falls in love with a beautiful stranger, does the terrible truth about his wife’s disappearance seem to emerge in a shocking series of twists and revelations.
The Wrecking Crew wielded over rock and pop music in the 1960s. They were the de-facto backing band on hit records by The Beach Boys, Phil Spector, and many more. They made the American "West Coast Sound" a dominant cultural force around the world.
48 Hours is one of the most successful law and justice programs in television history. The enduring appeal of the program is based on original reporting and impact journalism. 48 Hours has helped exonerate the wrongly convicted, helped solve cold cases, and is committed to investigating the most intriguing and compelling true crime cases.