522 search results for Hawaii
Also: 'Guardians of the Galaxy's' Chris Pratt says Rocket Raccoon is the best character
The latest "Zumba Fitness" home workout game takes you to exotic global destinations.
Season four starts up in the new Friday timeslot
Also: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' continues its search for heroes
Featuring the first single, "I Got You"
The complete third season
'Shark Tank' helps ABC tie for the key demo lead
Bravo is delving into Facebook chatter to boost 'Real Housewives' rerun ratings "Hawaii Five-0" promotes Chi McBride "Crazy Eyes" talks about Julianne Hough's blackface for the 1st time
This is the season finale.
'Grimm' and 'Blue Bloods' are among Friday's risers
This nature documentary takes an intimate look at the recent home to the Papaha-naumokua-kea Marine National Monument, located in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. A massive sanctuary, the area has remained largely unseen by humans, though it's brimming with rare species of shallow-water marine life, and vast coral reefs. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide
Includes - National Geographic: Hawaii - Strangers in Paradise (1991) National Geographic: Everglades - Secrets of the Swamp (1997) National Geographic: Extreme Alaska - Denali National Park (2007) National Geographic: Grand Canyon (2008) National Geographic: Everglades - America's Wild Spaces (2008) National Geographic: Death Valley (2009) National Geographic: Secret Yosemite National Geographic: Secret Yellowstone National Geographic: Hawaii - Strangers in Paradise Since man's arrival to the Hawaiian Islands over 2000 years ago, nearly 70% of the native plant and animal species have become extinct -- and many of the remaining species are in danger. Thus a tough battle lies ahead for scientists and conservationists trying to maintain what is left of native species. National Geographic: Hawaii - Strangers in Paradise follows several of the groups trying to save Hawaii from its invaders. The program introduces several of the endangered plants and animals, shows how they live, and discusses the underlying causes of population decline. ~ Ed Atkinson, All Movie Guide National Geographic: Everglades - Secrets of the Swamp What at first appears to be a myriad of angry alligators floating in the murky waters of the Everglades, waiting to pounce on unsuspecting tourists, is in fact a delicate ecosystem vital to the environment of South Florida. Brought to video by National Geographic, this video is a swamp boat ride through the salty mangrove and saw-grass prairies to a secret place of survival. Between the sediments of silt and sand, wonderful creatures reside, such as the West Indian Manatee, the American White Pelican, the Roseate Spoonbill, and the rarest and most elusive native animal of the region -- the Florida Panther. ~ C. Dwayne Smith, All Movie Guide National Geographic: Extreme Alaska - Denali National Park This breathtaking nature documentary takes a look at the landscape and wildlife of the 6 million acre Denali National Park in Alaska. Home to extreme landscapes and powerful creatures such as grizzlies and wolves, the park exhibits many animals and habitats that can't be seen anywhere else in the world. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide National Geographic: Grand Canyon This National Geographic documentary takes he viewer deep into the majestic Grand Canyon. The filmmakers not only offer breathtaking images of this natural wonder, they look at a number of interesting facts surrounding the place including how the Mountain Lions that call the place home are subject to a medical anomaly, and how the Canyon played a part in the extinction of the California Condor. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide National Geographic: Everglades - America's Wild Spaces This nature documentary from National Geographic takes an intimate look at some of the strangest creatures on earth, with attributes that sound straight out of science fiction, from amphibious birds to carnivorous plants. ~ Cammila Albertson, All Movie Guide National Geographic: Death Valley This National Geographic special travels to the harsh desert terrain of California's Death Valley, exploring the region's unique and sometimes otherworldly geography while revealing the resilient plant and animal species that populate this lowest, hottest, and driest point of North America. ~ All Movie Guide National Geographic: Secret Yosemite No synopsis available. National Geographic: Secret Yellowstone National Geographic: Secret Yellowstone offers viewers images from the beloved National Park that most visitors never venture near during their visits to the historic site. The filmmakers present footage of the various animals that call Yellowstone home. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide
Samuel L. Jackson is an FBI agent dealing with more than bad airline food on this flight
Includes - Hawaii Five-O: Full Fathom Five (1968) The Streets of San Francisco: The Thirty-Year Pin (1972) CSI: NY: Blink (2004) Dexter: Dexter (2007) Hawaii Five-O: Full Fathom Five No synopsis available. The Streets of San Francisco: The Thirty-Year Pin The premiere episode of Streets of San Francisco follows veteran SFPD detective lieutenant Mike Stone (Karl Malden) in his grim search for the killer of his old friend Officer Gus Charnovski (Edmond O'Brien), who was shot three days before his retirement after 30 years on the force. Stone's obsession takes a toll not only on his job performance, but also his relationship with his 28-year-old partner Steve Keller (Michael Douglas). Eileen Heckert contributes a poignant performance as Gus' widow Stella. Like all future episodes, this one is filmed completely on location, making good use of the tunnels then being constructed for the new San Francisco rapid-transit system. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide CSI: NY: Blink No synopsis available. Dexter: Dexter A Miami forensics whiz moonlights as a vigilante dispatching murderers who've escaped justice. In the opener, he searches for a very neat monster who's chopping up hookers and leaving no prints---and no blood. ~ Ray Stackhouse, All Movie Guide