Animal Planet’s newest series, 100 Miles From Nowhere, doesn’t involve animals, though that depends on your definition of animal because we’d argue that the stars of the show are exactly that—in the best way, of course.
Best friends Matt Galland, Danny Bryson, and Blake Josephson ran through Arizona’s vast desert in the dead of winter. It required them to race through frozen slot canyons, iced over sand dunes, and frigid waters that would threaten their very existence during the 130-mile trek.
Star Matt Galland talks about surprise encounters with giant snakes in Mexico, watching his friend nearly drown during filming, and what else we can expect from his new reality show.
In a time of civil strife — and worse — in places like Afghanistan, Libya, South Sudan and Syria, the title Battleground: Rhino Wars might like so much hyperbole. Bogus, even. Think again.
Animal Planet is trying to help save an endangered species with the three-part special, Battleground: Rhino Wars.
Animal Planet is giving viewers an unprecedented look at what it takes to protect the nearly extinct rhinoceroses in the world renowned Greater Kruger area of South Africa in Battleground: Rhino Wars, and in this exclusive clip, four U.S. Special Forces veterans show you just how intense — and dangerous — things can get in their constant battle with rhino poachers.
A reborn fascination with Navy SEALs and Special Forces powers Discovery’s latest competition-reality show.
Sarah Palin’s family-reality-show-slash-travelogue, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” began on Sunday night before almost five million viewers on TLC. TLC said it was the biggest premiere in the channel’s history.
On a number of levels, the new series Expedition: Africa is quite the endeavor. First, it manages to both catapult back in time to 1871, when newspaper reporter Henry Morton Stanley went on his famous quest to find British explorer Dr. David Livingstone, and then brings that mission to the present day, complete with a slew of TV cameras… and Mark Burnett.