Archives for April, 2015

Lessons from Life Below: Family Comes First

Life in the Arctic is harsh. With freezing temperatures and dangerous threats from predators, every day is a struggle to survive. However, for Chip and Agnes Hailstone, family is the key to their existence. Even with the rising pressures to gather enough food to last this family of eight all winter, hunting season is used as…

Hat Trick for Hard Merch: Wicked Tuna Catch of the Week

On week eight of the Atlantic Bluefin tuna season, the midway point of fishing where crews either knuckle down and push hard, or crumble from the grind. The Gloucester captains are determined to work harder than ever to put as many tuna on their decks and charge into the rest of the season as strong as…

Get Ready to Geek Out: StarTalk Premieres Tonight!

Calling all geeks!  Neil deGrasse Tyson is back with an all-new late night talk show where pop culture and science collide.  Each week, Neil interviews a celebrity guest about cool moments in their career, while also trying to unleash their inner-nerd. On the series premiere of StarTalk, Neil is joined by guest, George Takei.  In…

An All-New Season of Animals Gone Wild Returns Tonight!

Tonight, on the season premiere of Animals Gone Wild, a group of people are starting their vacation at Kruger National Park, South Africa.  A place where over one million tourists flock to each year.  They’re here to see some of the world’s most amazing species on their home turf, including the African elephant.  But what happens…

Crabs Climbing Trees? #WhereInTheWorld REVEALED!

Australia is an island continent located between the Indian and Pacific oceans. Most Australian cities and farms are located in the southwest and southeast regions, where the climate is more comfortable to inhabit. In the northeast region of the country, there are dense rainforests and vegetation. The famous outback, remote rural areas of the country,…

What You Missed on Last Saturday’s Aloha Vet: The Last Resort

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…

Underground Network #WhereInTheWorld REVEALED!

      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.…

What Does It Take to Film Life Below Zero? Go Behind the Scenes in This New Web Series

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…

Winter Is Coming: Life Below Zero Returns Tonight!

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…

EAT: The Story of Food Is Nominated for a Webby and We Need Your Votes!

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…