This controversial documentary examines the two-decades-long civil strife in Kashmir between insurgents, native Hindus and the Indian government.
A pizza delivery boy awakens in the 31st century after 1,000 years of cryogenic preservation and finds a job at an interplanetary delivery service.
This documentary series touches down in the forests, deserts, mountains and seas of the Middle East, home to a diverse array of natural wonders.
This four-part series travels to the Taiga and shows the forests sheltering animals that specialize in dealing with the ice and cold.
From Cambodia and Thailand to China and Borneo, Indochina is home to some of the earth's wildest animals, like tigers, pythons, crocodiles and more.
Short stories of what a few primary school friends get up to at little lunch, and in the classroom.
In terms of quality being measured against quantity, the best new Australian television show this year is "Little Lunch."
When a Midwestern waitress is catapulted into the dangerous territory of "The O.Z. (Outer Zone)"., she joins a band of misfits seeking to overthrow an evil sorceress.
From the snowy Andes to the sweltering Amazon, Latin America is a land of extremes, and this series explores the people and animals that call it home.
From leatherback sea turtles of the Caribbean to indigenous people of Oceania, get an in-depth look at the animals and people of the world's islands.
Animal Planet takes the viewer on an exotic journey through India to discover special animals as well as unknown nature reserves and regions.
In Seth MacFarlane's no-holds-barred animated show, buffoonish Peter Griffin and his dysfunctional family experience wacky misadventures.
Stripped of his identity, blackballed government spy Michael Westen tries to uncover who burned him while helping ordinary people with big problems.
A close-knit family makes their living running drugs across the Torres Strait, evading wildlife, the authorities, tribal elders, and rival mobs.
With one of the most impressive cast and creative team currently on Australian screens, "The Straits," is nothing short of pure drama and excitement every step of the way.
In a twist on the travelogue genre, comedian Ricky Gervais sends his "idiot" friend Karl Pilkington to a series of exotic locales around the world.