Documentary Series: 12

Carl Sagan's Cosmos

Premiered In: 1980 Status: Ended
1 Seasons, 60 Minute Episodes


Carl Sagan was an astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist and author. He had a very unique voice and narrated this amazing television series which brought the science of the stars to the mainstream public. This was a fascinating show that explored more aspects of our universe than any other before it and is still very relevant today.

Chemistry: A Volatile History

Premiered In: 2010 Status: Mini-Series
1 Seasons, 180 Minute Episodes


A true understanding of physics cannot be obtained without also understanding the elements that create our universe. This short series takes the viewer on a tour of the history of physics, demonstrating and explaining how man discovered the different substances that make up our world and how we found them.

Cosmos: A Space Time Odyssey

Premiered In: 2014 Status: Ended
1 Seasons, 60 Minute Episodes


Serving as a sequel to Carl Sagan's Cosmos, Neil deGrasse Tyson revives this series.

Through The Wormhole (With Morgan Freeman)

Premiered In: 2010 Status: Ongoing
6 Seasons, 60 Minute Episodes


Morgan Freeman has one of the most recognizable voices in Hollywood and as such, he is a perfect narrator for this long running series, which is a fascinating look into all aspects of our universe. From the metaphysical and purely theoretical to well established scientific principles, every episode takes the viewer on a wonderfully educational journey.

Whale Wars

Premiered In: 2008 Status: Ongoing
7 Seasons, 60 Minute Episodes


Paul Watson is a former Green Peace member, who was outcast for his extremist views. Although, other stories say that he left because he felt that Green Peace was too soft. Either way, Watson now captains the Sea Shepherd on a long running quest to end whale hunting in the world's oceans. He's definitely an extremist and you probably won't agree with his tactics or attitude, but the cause he's chosen is definitely a worthy one.

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