June is NOT Slacking on discovery+
This month, stream what you love on discovery+. From the challenges of the all-new death defying series PUSHING THE LINE to the dangers lingering below the ground of Yellowstone National Park, June is hotter than ever.
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PUSHING THE LINE
Imagine walking a thin, nylon line of rope stretched across a 900-foot gorge. For a select few, each day on the line, they push themselves and each other to do something bigger, crazier, harder than anyone’s ever done before. And each night, their campsite is a party where anything and everything goes. Day and night, it’s all about PUSHING THE LINE.
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OCEAN WARRIORS: CHASING THE THUNDER
Join the high seas blue water action, this eco-thriller is an anti-poaching documentary with the marine conservation group Sea Shepherd’s vessels CHASING THE THUNDER, the notorious Interpol wanted pirate poacher, to the bottom of the sea.
YELLOWSTONE VOLCANO: THE NEXT POMPEII
Hidden seven miles below Yellowstone, America's most famous National Park, lies an unseen terror, a time-bomb bigger than 1,000 Hiroshima bombs: the supervolcano. A natural fiery monster building up to its next eruption, when it blows it will be a modern Pompeii and the biggest natural disaster ever to hit the modern world. This supervolcano is a danger waiting to explode, and it's not the only one on the planet. NASA races to try to beat this natural killer, using the very latest science.
All SHARK WEEK, All the Time
Before SHARK WEEK starts on July 11, catch up on your favorite shark moments of the past.. From the biggest breaches to outstanding scientific discoveries, you can find it all on discovery+.
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STREET OUTLAWS: AMERICA'S LIST
Racers from OKC, Memphis, Texas, NOLA, Detroit, Cali and everywhere in between are ranked on one single list of the best street racers in the nation as they compete weekly for the coveted top spot.
Crab fishermen risk their lives as they battle Arctic weather, brutal waves and a ticking clock for big money in this modern-day gold rush on the Bering Sea.
DEADLIEST CATCH: BLOODLINE
Fueled by the chance discovery of Phil Harris' old Hawaiian charts, Josh Harris is on a mission to find out about his father's secret dream by using the maps to pick up where he left off and follow in his dad's footsteps fishing in Hawaii.
A 160 degree panorama showing the zodiacal light (at right in the west), the Milky Way, the zodiacal band across the frame at top, and the Gegenschein (a brightening of the zodiacal band at left of frame in the east in Leo). Along the Milky Way are dark lanes of interstellar dust, particularly in Taurus above and to the right of Orion. Red nebulae of glowing gas also lie along the Milky Way, such as Barnards Loop around Orion. The zodiacal light, zodiacal band and Gegenschein all lie along the ecliptic, as do Mars, Venus and Jupiter shown here. Orion is at centre, in the south, with Canis Major and the bright star Sirius below and to the left of Orion. Canopus is just setting on the southern horizon at centre. To the right of Orion is Taurus and the Pleiades star cluster at the top of the zodiacal light pyramid. Venus is the bright object in the zodiacal light at right, in the west, while fainter Mars is below Venus. At far right, in the northwest, is the Andromeda Galaxy, M31. Jupiter is the bright object at upper left, in the east, in the zodiacal band, and near the Beehive star cluster.
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HOW THE UNIVERSE WORKS
How was it built and how does it actually work? With a cast of experts and eye-popping CGI, we're looking under the celestial hood to tell the greatest story of all -- the story of where we and everything else came from.
GOLD RUSH DAVE TURIN’S LOST MINE
Dave Turin is on a mission to find gold in a long-abandoned mine and turn a profit for the families.
BERING SEA GOLD
In Nome, Alaska, the gold rush is on. Driven by gold fever and sometimes desperate need, miners pilot their ragtag dredges and dive with hoses to suck up gold from the bottom of the frigid, unpredictable Bering Sea.