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What Happened to Cody Roman Dial?

Lost in the jungle, abducted, or murdered? National Geographic launches a covert investigation into the disappearance of adventurer Cody Dial in riveting true-crime series, Missing Dial. When Cody Roman Dial, son of world-famous National Geographic explorer Roman Dial, embarked on his first solo expedition into the jungles of Costa Rica, he vanished without a trace.…

Where Did the Idea of Hell Come From?

What happens to bad guys when they die? Actor Danny Trejo is no stranger to villains, so he’s setting out to find the answer to this burning question. 70% of Americans have said they think hell is a real place, and Danny’s taking a journey into the afterlife to map out where the idea of…

Baby Bison Takes on Wolf and Wins

Written by America’s National Parks: Yellowstone filmmakers Alain Lusignan, Oliver Goetzl and Ivo Nörenberg Life in Yellowstone can be harsh and challenging, especially for bison calves. From the day they are born, they face constant danger from predators such as wolves and grizzly bears. But they also face other types of dangers from their environment.…

The Power of Miracles

Are miracles real? Are miracles the foundation of your faith or unlikely events on which our brains impose divine meaning? Are miracles important or essential to faith? Morgan Freeman takes on these questions on “The Power of Miracles,” the final episode of The Story of God with Morgan Freeman, airing Sunday May 8 at 9/8c.…

Recreating National Geographic’s Famous Sun Pillar Shot at Yellowstone Canyon

Written by America’s National Parks: Yellowstone filmmakers Alain Lusignan, Oliver Goetzl and Ivo Nörenberg One of the biggest challenges of wildlife filming is capturing spectacular animal behavior that only happens at certain times of the year, under particular conditions. Wildlife documentaries, though, are also about showcasing rare and spectacular events that occur in an animal’s…

Wicked Tuna’s Final Fishdown and Live Aftershow

After weeks of fishing filled with treacherous conditions, multi-day trips, sleepless nights and record-breaking catches, the North Atlantic bluefin season is coming to a close and the captains of National Geographic Channel’s hit series Wicked Tuna are in a fierce battle to the finish. Tempers flare and the pressure builds as captains and crews reach…

Announcing “Genius,” the First Scripted Series in Network History

National Geographic Channel’s first-ever scripted series, Genius, will will dramatize the fascinating stories of the world’s most brilliant innovators. The debut season will uncover how an imaginative, rebellious patent clerk named Albert Einstein—a struggling father in a difficult marriage who couldn’t get a teaching job or a doctorate—unlocked the mysteries of the atom and the…

Get Ready for the 4th Annual “Wild to Inspire” Short Film Competition

Are you an aspiring filmmaker? Think you have what it takes to shoot for Nat Geo WILD in Africa? Be the first to get all the details when we launch the fourth annual Wild to Inspire Short Film Competition this fall by signing up below. Sign up for Wild to Inspire updates: Email Address  …

Calling All Dog Lovers, BarkFest Is Back!

Nat Geo WILD is gearing up for its second annual BarkFest weekend with an expose on dangerous chihuahuas, an in-depth look at what mutts are made of, why breeds come in different shapes and sizes, a look at the world’s funniest dogs, and the best doggy moments from The Incredible Dr. Pol and Cesar 911.…

Dr. Oakley Is Back For an All-New Season of Yukon Vet

For Dr. Michelle Oakley, spring in the Yukon means things are really heating up. She’s one of the few big animal vets across an area as big as Texas, and she’s back for another season. Working 24/7–logging thousands of miles on the ground, on water, and in the air–is all part of the job for…