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National Geographic Channel: ExplorerTV-14Closed Captioning

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Explore modern and ancient cultures with Explorer. Celebrating more than 54 Emmy awards, the longest-running documentary series on cable television opens eyes to new worlds and new perspectives. It's a journey for the mind with unforgettable adventures, extraordinary stories, and remarkable destinations.

Customer Reviews

I miss the good old days

Back in the day, before nature programs were so over-sensationalized. It's sad how over-dramatic National Geographic has become. I downloaded Ultimate Cat in the hopes of seeing some neat footage about some very cool cats. While the episode did feature some pretty cool stuff, it was presented in the irritating fashion that I have some to expect from Discovery Networks, but not my dear National Geographic! If you like anything with the word Extreme! or Ultimate! then you'll love this! If you prefer the older stuff from, like, the 80's, then you'll still like it, but you won't love it.

Good, but watch out for Lisa...

I'm a fan of National Geographic, and this show. However, Lisa, the host of the "Female Suicicde Bombers" episode is painfully stupid. Her narration is shallow and over emphasized, and her on the spot interviews and reactions are at times even comical. If you want an entertaining semi-informational special, this is the show for you. But if you're looking for depth of content, look elsewhere. Lisa's an idot.

Great show

This is one of the best shows on the National Geographic Channel. Lisa Ling is the host and she does a great job.