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  1. Sundance: Nat Geo Sets Docs on Jane Goodall, Water Crisis, L.A. Riots (Exclusive)

    12:00 pm 1/21/2016

    Brett Morgen will write and direct the film about the world-famous primatologist.Read more

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  2. Canadian TV Giant Corus to Acquire Rival Shaw Media for $2.65 Billion

    4:43 am 1/13/2016

    The deal brings together two TV giants as Canadians get set for cable unbundling to start in March. Read more

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  3. Nat Geo Prepping Scripted Dramas 'Blood Ivory,' 'Barkskins' From Scott Rudin

    4:00 pm 1/6/2016

    The cabler has also picked up another series from Scott Rudin and renewed 'Star Talk' for a third season at TCA.Read more

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  4. Darren Aronofsky Filming Series in Space for Nat Geo (Exclusive)

    10:40 am 1/6/2016

    'One Strange Rock' also counts Jane Root as an executive producer.Read more

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  5. Nat Geo Taps Shine's Carolyn G. Bernstein to Run Scripted

    9:00 am 12/17/2015

    The veteran programmer will report to CEO Courteney Monroe, who's leading an ambitious charge to elevate the network's output.Read more

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  6. Nat Geo's Global Chief Talks Murdochs, O'Reilly and Her New Strategy

    9:55 am 12/3/2015

    Former HBO marketing guru Courteney Monroe reveals a "quality over quantity" vision for the science channel, enlisting help from producers Brian Grazer, Darren Aronofsky and Alex Gibney.Read more

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  7. Nat Geo Adapting Martha Raddatz's 'The Long Road Home' With Mike Medavoy (Exclusive)

    11:00 am 11/30/2015

    The scripted miniseries is being adapted by 'The 33's' Mikko Alanne with Jason Clark exec producing.Read more

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  8. 'Saints & Strangers': TV Review

    5:48 pm 11/18/2015

    Nat Geo's two-night miniseries about the first Thanksgiving is admirable in parts, though bland overall.Read more

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  9. 'Breakthrough': TV Review

    3:16 pm 10/30/2015

    Paul Giamatti upstages Ron Howard and Brett Ratner in this science-driven anthology.Read more

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  10. National Geographic to Air First Live Brain Surgery on TV (Exclusive)

    12:00 pm 10/6/2015

    Hosted by Bryant Gumbel, the two-hour event will take viewers inside an awake deep brain stimulation surgery via handheld and robotic cameras in the operating room.Read more

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