While we know and love Hawaii for its breath-taking sea and sand, these incredible islands also have a rich history of ranching. With so much green pasture and open mountain land, many residents enjoy caring for a handful of farm animals. From cattle to goats and horses to hens, Hawaii is a tropical home on the…

      Rome, Italy, also known as “the Eternal City” is one of the oldest European cities, dating back almost 3,000 years. Rome is a popular destination spot today, with its trove of architectural masterpieces drawing tourists yearly. One of the most fascinating parts of the ancient urban center though is its historic basement.…

Living Life Below Zero is tough enough, but filming below zero is another beast entirely. Keeping up with Glenn, Sue, Andy, Kate, Chip, Agnes, and Erik is hard–throw in plummeting temps, a few cracks in the ice, and close run-ins with bears and you’ll begin to see just how challenging filming in these conditions really…

Tonight on the season premiere of Life Below Zero, Alaskans battle harsh conditions and limited daylight to survive the onslaught of winter and protect the future of their remote livelihood. With temperatures plummeting, it’s a race against the clock to secure available resources and maintain the sanity it takes to live Life Below Zero. In…

We’re very excited to say that our EAT: The Story of Food microsite has been nominated for a Webby! We’re up for the Website category of Best Use of Animation or Motion Graphics, and we’d love your support! Head on over to pv.webbyawards.com to cast your vote. If you haven’t had a chance to dig…

On week seven of the North Atlantic Bluefin tuna fishing season, the captains decided to follow Pin Wheel’s lead and chase the bite up north in Maine waters. It’s a gamble to make such a long steam, but playing it safe inshore could be just as costly. After word gets out of Captain Tyler McLaughlin’s…

A World Heritage Site, Sigiriya, Sri Lanka is located on a plateau 600 feet above ground. This ancient center of worship is especially unique for the famous “Lion Mountain” at the summit of the structure. Poems, which are known as “Sigiri graffiti,” are inscribed on this ancient rock and are considered some of the most…

Dr. Scott Sims, Veterinarian on Kauai, is well versed in working with all types of animals and no matter the circumstances, will help any animal in need. He works tirelessly, on call 24/7, should an emergency arise, which it does more often than not. From emergency surgeries to late night visits, it seems as if…

On Feb. 18 we kicked off our 40 day “Killing With Kindness” campaign, inspired by what we know historically was Jesus’s encouragement of all people to be kind to each other. Over the last six weeks we’ve highlighted organizations from around the world that do incredible work to help veterans, the homeless, the sick, and…

BLOG UPDATE: Happy April Fools’ Day! You just fell for the purrrfect joke. Lions belong in the wild, not in an Uber! While we may not be delivering on-demand lion cubs today, we are supporting National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative to help protect lions, tigers, and other endangered big cats. With your help, we can make…