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Why Gordon Ramsay Had To Flee From A Hippo For Nat Geo's Uncharted

Gordon Ramsay had an uninvited guest on Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted in South Africa.

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The Story Behind Gordon Ramsay Helping Make Whiskey With Sheep Poop For Nat Geo's Uncharted

Gordon Ramsay had to get his hands dirty for the Season 2 premiere of Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted.

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How Gordon Ramsay's Uncharted Handled Bug Issues During Season 2, Including A Giant Tarantula

Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted's showrunner shared the unexpected way they handled bugs.

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Gordon Ramsay Responds To Critics Saying New Show Uncharted Copies Anthony Bourdain

Gordon Ramsay has something to say about this oft-mentioned claim.

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Game Of Thrones' Joe Dempsie Reveals Next Big TV Role

Joe Dempsie is going from riding a horse to riding in a spacecraft. Here is what you need to know!

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Gordon Ramsay Has Strong Words For Critics Saying His New Show Rips Off Anthony Bourdain

Gordon Ramsay has been an outspoken TV personality for a long time, and when he wants to speak up on a topic, he is going to speak up on a topic

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Wicked Tuna's Nick 'Duffy' Fudge Is Dead At 28

Wicked Tuna fisherman Nicholas "Duffy" Fudge has passed away.

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A Hidden Figures TV Show Is In The Works At Nat Geo

Nat Geo is shooting for the stars, much like the characters in the film.

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Watch Will Smith Ask Some Of Life's Biggest Questions In Trailer For Nat Geo's One Strange Rock

One Strange Rock is set to become the next great science docuseries, with Will Smith asking all the big questions.

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Remember Grey's Anatomy's T.R. Knight? He Just Got A Fun New TV Role

TV fans may remember the drama that was stirred up eight years ago from T.R. Knight's departure from Grey's Anatomy, but Knight now has a role on a new TV show to get excited about. Hit the jump for all the details.

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The Biggest Thing Morgan Freeman Learned Filming TV's The Story Of God

The Story of God's Morgan Freeman, along with producers, spoke with CinemaBlend to promote Season 2, and the actor shared the biggest takeaway he got from the series.

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How Space Sex Would Suck, As Explained By Neil DeGrasse Tyson

I don’t think Han Solo ever had this problem. Everyone’s favorite astrophysicist weighs in on how complicated makin whoopee at zero gravity truly is.

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What David Letterman Is Doing Next

David Letterman may have retired from late night, but he certainly isn’t retired. The man’s spent most of his career working with network television, but his first post-Late Show project will take him to cable.

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Kevin Costner Just Found His Next TV Project

Over the years, Kevin Costner has played a variety of different roles with one thing in common: they were all characters in movies and not TV shows. (With one exception.) His next project, though not what you might expect, still sounds incredibly interesting.

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Ultimate Survival Alaska Star Found Murdered

The CinemaBlend crew’s thoughts and condolences go to the family and friends of James "Jimmy" Gojdics in their time of mourning, as the former reality star was found dead in his Alaskan home this weekend.

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The 90s: The Last Great Decade? Entertains As It Captures 90s Highs And Lows, Watch First Hour Here

Why wait until Sunday night to go back to the 90s? National Geographic has offered us an early look at their miniseries The '90s: The Last Great Decade, which is set to debut on Sunday night. The above video gives us a look at the first hour (or 42 minutes anyway) of the two-hour premiere of the 3-part miniseries, which will air Sunday, Monday and Tuesday night, beginning this weekend.

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Nirvana, Princess Diana And Other 90s Icons Featured In National Geographic's Miniseries Clips

Was the '90s the last great decade? That's what National Geographic Channel's upcoming three-part miniseries, The '90s: The Last Great Decade? seeks to explore. The other day, we shared a clip from the miniseries that focused on O.J. Simpson's Ford Bronco highway chase.

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O.J. Simpson's Ford Bronco Chase Revisited In National Geographic's 90s Miniseries Preview

On June 17, 1994, football player and actor O.J. Simpson was supposed to turn himself in to the police, following the brutal murder of his ex-wife. Instead, he left a note for his attorneys to read and took off in a white Ford Bronco. A chase ensued, and it was all over the news, capturing the attention of people across the country as they watched it play out live.

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Killing Kennedy First Look Photos Reveal Michelle Trachtenberg And Will Rothhaar

Following up on the first look photos of Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin as John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy for the TV adaptation of Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard's Killing Kennedy comes our first look at Will Rothhaar and Michelle Trachtenberg for the film. Rothhaar is set to play former Marine and JFK's eventual assassin Lee harvey Oswald, while Trachtenberg, who can be seen holding a baby in the photo above, will play his wife Marina.

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First Look At Ginnifer Goodwin As Jacqueline Kennedy For Killing Kennedy

Yesterday, we got our first look at Rob Lowe as President John F. Kennedy for National Geographic's adaptation of Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard's book Killing Kennedy. At that time, we were wondering when we'd get a peek at Once Upon a Time's Ginnifer Goodwin, who was cast to play the role of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. We didn't have to wait long for it. Nat Geo passed that image along to us today, and you can check it out above.

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