Every day ending in y, another entertainment analyst echoes what all subscribers of Disney+ US already know: the streaming service needs more content. Outgoing Disney chairman Bob Iger himself said it recently. Our editor Roger Palmer discusses this issue essentially every week in Q&A videos and podcasts; just compare the weekly UK release list with […]

In the Giza section of Egypt, there are a lot of pyramids that are believed to have been the tombs of the ancient pharaohs. But, no actual pharaohs remains have ever been found. Now, Egyptologists may be on the verge of re-writing history in the documentary, “Lost Tombs of the Pyramids.” This documentary follows a […]

Legendary producer Don Hahn gives us a tour through the iconic Walt Disney Archives in this new documentary on Disney+. Hahn gives the viewers a tour through some of the greatest bits of history of the Walt Disney Company; introduces us to early documents, World Series rings, Disneyland attraction vehicles, the Disney Legends park, and […]

Crocodiles and alligators have been thought of as the dominant predator in fresh water while sharks are the dominant predator in salt water. But, in “The Croc That Ate Jaws,” we learn more about what happens when these two predators cross paths. This documentary focuses on the coasts of Florida, South Africa and Australia; three […]

A team of marine biologists and researchers search for a part of the ocean that hasn’t been touched by humans in an effort to find an underwater Garden of Eden for sharks in “Journey to Shark Eden.” The team travels to five islands that are a part of the island nation of Kiribati in the […]

A marine biologist who invented one of the world’s very first shark bite suits is back in the waters testing materials for a new suit designed to withstand the bites of bigger sharks like Tiger Sharks and Hammerheads in “Man vs. Shark.” Jeremiah Sullivan used chainmail to create the early suits that withstood the bites […]

Go back and meet the brother songwriting duo responsible for some of Disney’s most popular songs from some of its most beloved classics in “The Boys: The Sherman Brothers Story.” This documentary details the lives and careers of Robert and Richard Sherman. The brothers wrote many of the classic songs for Disney’s hits in the […]

National Geographic photographer Sandesh Kadur takes us to his home country of India as he searches for the wild Leopards in the Himalayas. While there he finds more than just regular leopards, but also, two of the most difficult leopards to spot in the wild; the snow leopard and the clouded leopard. You can really […]

In the 1940s, Walt Disney and a group of animators, musicians and others headed to Latin and South America as part of a US government funded trip to help recruit allies ahead of direct American involvement in World War II. The 2008 documentary “Walt and El Grupo” takes a closer look at that trip as […]