Space Disasters, Murder and the Alaskan Wild: Fall Premiere Season is Not Over

New and returning series premieres may have kicked off in September, but here at Discovery Communications, they continue to roll out across networks fast and strong through the end of this month.

Curious what’s in store? Read on!

Science Channel’s Secret Space Escapes

Space exploration can be thrilling, eye-opening and needless to say, a life-changing experience. But it can also be incredibly scary – and when things go wrong, they can go from bad to catastrophic in a matter of seconds. Secret Space Escapes reveals some of the most terrifying accidents, fights for survival and other near misses – all recounted by the astronauts who survived them. Series Premiere Tuesday, November 10 at 10/9c.


Investigation Discovery’s A Crime to Remember

Back for its third season, Investigation Discovery’s fan-favorite show, A Crime to Remember, invites viewers to step into the past and explore the intricacies of real-life murder cases of the 50s and 60s. Murder investigations then were not what they are today: with limited scientific and forensic technologies and predominately all-white, male police forces, suspicion was often based more on what someone looked like than what they did that determined guilt. A Crime to Remember explores these cultural effects and the challenges of conducting a murder investigation in an intolerant era. Season Premiere Tuesday, November 10 at 10/9c.


Discovery’s Alaskan Bush People

The Brown family is back, with patriarch Billy, matriarch Ami and their seven children finally settling down last season on the remote Chichagof Island in Alaska. Now with a shelter in place, it’s time for the family to look towards the future – which means placing more responsibility on the children to help stock up for the winter and maintain the house. Season premiere Wednesday, November 11 at 9/8c.

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