An overview of all Netflix Science & Nature TV movies and series. 143 titles were found.
This sequel to the award-winning nature series "Blue Planet" dives beneath Earth's oceans to reveal the dazzling vistas and amazing creatures there.
Get up close to the world's mind-blowing vehicles, gear and gadgets, pulled straight from the cutting edge, and meet the innovators behind the tech.
The two-part science series examines the foundational role of genetics in the course of human evolution. How can genetics impact our next stage?
From allergies to diet to sleep, three friendly doctors share expert advice, bust medical myths and test the latest treatments.
When it comes to daring stunts and outrageous pranks, we often wonder: What were they thinking? This high-octane series tries to find some answers.
From the Arctic to the Outback, humans battle the elements and use their ingenuity to survive in the most extreme environments in the world.
Hunter, author, cook and conservationist Steven Rinella treks into the world's most remote, beautiful regions, bringing game meat from field to table.
Meet the astonishing animals and adventurous people living on some of the most spectacular -- and formidable -- mountain ranges in the world.
With custom-built cameras attached to their bodies, animals from nine species offer a rare and intimate glimpse into their lives.
Timothy Caulfield examines how companies market wellness products, diets, genetic tests, cosmetic surgery and the like to people eager to stay young.
Award-winning architect Piers Taylor and actress/property enthusiast Caroline Quentin travel the world touring beautifully unconventional homes.
Over the course of a fishing season, tough men and women pursue lucrative albacore tuna in the competitive waters off the Oregon coast.
Follow engineering teams as they build the most dangerous, complex and amazing structures in modern history, using the latest scientific techniques.
Engineer Dick Strawbridge and craftsman Will Hardie tour eight unique cabins built for a pop-up hotel in Wales, and construct No. 9 on their own.
From fangs to claws to venomous stings, they all wield deadly weapons. But which creature will be crowned the fiercest of all?
Meet sacred cows, hardworking monkeys and pampered pups as Martin travels the globe exploring the complicated relationship between humans and animals.
Neuroscientists study the mechanisms of memory to explore a challenging idea: that memory is malleable and can be shaped by not only ourselves.
This NOVA program investigates deadly train accidents and explores how technological advances can help make travel by rail safer and more efficient.
Scientists and experts discuss the brilliant mind of Albert Einstein, whose theories and ideas changed the way humanity views the world.
The theory that rocks on Earth gave birth to key minerals may inspire people to look at these ho-hum objects with a newfound appreciation.