Teams compete in games of physical strength against the Gladiators.
Join Jason South and his team of elite guides as they pursue Florida's top game fish.
"Get Wild" showcases some of the animals that can be seen at the San Diego Zoo, one of the most famous zoos in the world. The educational series offers information about the creatures who live at the facility, including their natural habitats and unique behaviors. Topics include experts who study the ways in which orangutans raise their young and an explanation of the panda's living patterns. The series also introduces viewers to animal enrichment programs, in which members of the zoo's staff try to duplicate an animal's habits that are unique to them in the wild.
Real-life police action in Los Angeles.
Fishing in the Great Lakes states and Ontario.
RING OF HONOR WRESTLING
The feuds and storylines of professional wrestling promotion Ring of Honor are played out featuring a roster of hard-hitting stars like AJ Styles, Jay Briscoe, Adam Page, Jay Lethal, Christopher Daniels, Michael Bennett and Maria Kanellis. The organization was founded in 2002, and "Ring of Honor Wrestling" began televising matches in 2009.
Scott Martin and a challenger go head-to-head in a unique fishing tournament format.
Over more than 500 years, tens of millions of patents for products have been issued, but some are lost to history, and most don't achieve the success of, say, the telephone. Hosts Matt Hunter and Jeremy MacPherson dig up some of those of yore to see how the ideas would fare in the modern world. The guys work with a team to examine original blueprints, build prototypes and test the inventions to see how well they work. Some that the hosts want to tackle are a submarine from the late 1500s, a 14th-century machine using wind power to propel a wagon, and a 1950s design combining a Ford Thunderbird with airplane parts to make a flying car.
The famed San Diego Zoo is the setting for this series that showcases different species of wild animals that reside at the facility and the dedicated staffers who care for them. Grizzly bears, rhinoceroses and even armadillos are among the creatures featured on "Wild World," which provides information about the creatures' living environments and offers key facts about them. The show, which is targeted at teenagers, also includes stories about zoo-enrichment programs that help animals initiate natural behavior.