January 7, 2012
SERIES My Cat From Hell: In the season premiere, animal behaviorist Jackson Galaxy helps a couple whose plans for a future together have been derailed by their cats. They want to get engaged and move in together, but that won't happen until her cat stops attacking his cat at every turn( 8 p.m. Animal Planet). Ultimate Factories: In the new episode "Porsche Panamera," cameras take a rare behind-the-scenes look at how the German car company build the Panamera, its first four-door high-performance sports sedan.
July 6, 2003 |
After watching Animal Planet's series "The Future Is Wild," you'll never look at the family pet quite the same way. Not only will Earth be a vastly different place millions of years from now -- mankind may well have long since left the planet because of its harsh climate -- the world's animal inhabitants, including domesticated dogs, cats, birds and rodents, of the 21st century will likely be virtually unrecognizable.
June 28, 2012 |
Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 24 - 30 in PDF format TV listings for the week of June 24 - 30 in PDF format are also available here This week's TV Movies SERIES My Babysitter's a Vampire: Ethan Morgan, his half-vampire babysitter and pals battle against creatures from their nightmares in the series premiere (8 p.m. Disney). Whale Wars: In this new episode, the Brigitte Bardot's crew evacuates its damaged boat, and the Sea Shepherds openly engage a Japanese government vessel for the first time (9 p.m. Animal Planet)
June 8, 2003 |
It's 6 in the morning in Australia and Steve Irwin, a.k.a. "The Crocodile Hunter," is on his cell phone from an airport near his home base at the Australia Zoo in Queensland. He's supposed to be talking about the upcoming "Croc Week" on Animal Planet, but he can't hold back the good news: He and wife Teri are expecting their second child in December. The couple already has a 4-year-old daughter, Bindi, named after one of Irwin's favorite crocodiles.
July 18, 2008 |
BRISTOL, England -- The camera pans to a patch of earth in a bracken wood. Not a badger in sight! Shrugging off the wildlife no-show, the hosts of BBC Two's live "Springwatch" then suggest cutting to another location to see what's happening in the swallows' nest. Yikes! The birds are eating their young. But the presenters are philosophical about this infanticide, and a camera is moved to check on the stag beetles. Oh, oh, they're caught in a sexual act!