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Thursday, December 31 beginning at 5 pm ET/ 2 pm PT

Each episode of Ultimate Engineering explores how the world’s most astonishing buildings were constructed through scientific, engineering, and human means. 

Wednesday, December 30 beginning at 5 pm ET/ 2 pm PT

Go back in (prehistoric) time with Prehistoric Predators, When Crocs Ate Dinosaurs and Dino Death Trap.

Tuesday, December 29 beginning at 5 pm ET/ 2 pm PT

Join Doctor Mike on an unforgettable journey around the globe and learn more about creatures who love nothing more than to take a little vacation of their own on, around, or inside the human body.

Sunday, December 27 beginning at 5 pm ET/ 2 pm PT

In New York City’s war on animal abuse, some of the worst offenders are pursued by a group of tattooed motorcycle-riding tough guys on a mission to save animals in danger. They call themselves Rescue Ink, and these are their stories.

Saturday, December 26 beginning at 5 pm ET/ 2 pm PT

Cesar Millan is one of the most sought-after specialists working in the field of dog rehabilitation. Watch him work all day long!

Friday, December 25 beginning at 5 pm ET/ 2 pm PT

The world is home to an array of creatures that have evolved to survive harsh environments and brutal competition. Find out which species are among the deadliest in Costa Rica, the Amazon, Asia and the Asia Pacific.

Thursday, December 24 beginning at 5 pm ET/ 2 pm PT

A day of religious-themed programs including: Secrets of the Cross and Bible’s Buried Secrets.

Begins Thursday, December 24 through Friday January 1

Enjoy an entire week of “best of” marathons, made up of our most popular programs. Highlights include:

Sunday, December 13 at 7 pm ET/ 4 pm PT

National Geographic Channel’s new three-part special Known Universe combines the most current scientific information and cutting-edge computer graphics to shed light on some of the most mind-boggling aspects of our universe. Fascinating details are brought to life through stunning CGI, dramatic time-lapse sequences, slow-motion footage and easy-to-understand demonstrations.

Sunday, December 13 beginning at 7 pm ET/4 PT

National Geographic Channel explores space and the quest to answer the age old question; are we really alone out there? Highlights include: