2016 / 59
Physicist Jim Al-Khalili explores the science behind the origins of our universe and new insights that hint at the surprising ways it could end. Everything that has a beginning also has an end. Universes are no exception -- including the one we live in right now.
2001 / 4.3 / 48
David Attenborough narrates this definitive exploration of the marine world, from the familiar to the unknown, revealing the sea and its communities. Hold your breath. Descend into the deep. Swim with glorious and mysterious creatures in an alien landscape.
2010 / 94
This documentary explores life along the River Yenisei in Russia, where the industrious inhabitants of a rural village truly live off the land. Tucked away in a place known by some for its chilly and merciless nature, there is an exquisite vision of life.
2014 / 4 stars / 25
Viewers will experience the power of ocean waves and the sea's underwater splendor as filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg takes his camera into the deep. Whether you like your waves to roll, crash or splash, these ocean images will put you right at ease.
2013 / 52
In October 2012, Superstorm Sandy cut a path of devastation across the Caribbean and the East Coast of the United States, killing hundreds and causing tens of billions of dollars in damage. What can we do to prepare ourselves for the next Sandy? Hurricane Sandy proved that Mother Nature has a vicious temper. How will we deal with her next tantrum?
2013 / 52
Nova delves into the minds of notorious mass murderers in a quest to discover what drives someone to commit such atrocious crimes. Their crimes are unthinkable. Pure evil's hard to analyze, but it's worth trying to find out what makes a madman tick.
2016 / 53
Its surface is only part of Earth's story, as this show illustrates by delving beneath the visible to uncover Earth's hidden power, bounty and beauty.
2009 / 2.8 / 79
Orgasm Inc. is a funny and sobering look inside "big pharma" and the marketing campaigns associated with a pill for female sexual dysfunction. Drug companies already sell medicine, so they're mixing in a new product: sex. The side effects are to be determined.
2012 / 69
In a television interview filmed in 1995, Steve Jobs talks frankly about his early life, competition with Microsoft and his vision for the future. Total candor from Apple's CEO and the man who changed computing history. 70 minutes of pure geek porn.