Check out shows returning to Discovery this winter! And get ready for new programs starting this February!
Coming to Discovery this Spring...
All times Eastern. Subject to change.
Premiering Monday, June 17 at 10ET
Don't Drive Here
The ultimate driving challenge show, which drops host Andrew Younghusband into the world's worst cities to drive. He then has a week to learn what it takes to navigate the chaos in a series of challenges.
Premiering Tuesday, June 25 at 10ET
Blood & Oil
Running on blood, sweat, tears, and pure instinct, in this real life David vs. Goliath struggle to keep their business and family together, the Cutter's will do whatever it takes to keep the Cutter Oil Company afloat as they take on big oil in this race for black gold.
Tuesdays at 9ET
Extreme angler Jeremy Wade takes viewers on new adventures as he unravels freshwater fish tales of giant killers, where sometimes fact really is stranger than fiction! This action packed series is back for a fifth season and follows Wade on a worldwide search for harrowing stories of bloodthirsty fish. A fearless explorer, he aims to hook the finned culprits that are thought to attack humans and reveal how much truth lies in the legends.
Tuesdays at 10ET
It's the deadliest job on Earth, crab fishing off the Alaska coast on the icy Bering Sea; these adventurers battle Arctic weather, brutal waves and ticking clock for a chance at big money in this modern-day gold rush.
Thursdays at 8ET
Character-driven documentary series that follows a team of fireworks hotshots as they tackle some of the biggest shows on earth. Some shows are competitions against the best pyro-techs in the world. Others are logistical and technical nightmares. And every show carries the risk of catastrophic failure.
Thursdays at 9ET
Can a group of custom car builders working with lightning speed on a budget turn a guy's clunker into a hotcar without him knowing it? With cooperation from friends and family, Overhaulin' swipes these cars to give them a complete, high-speed makeover.
Thursdays at 10ET
In the Emerald Triangle, marijuana flourishes. Many of the growers see it as their duty to supply the plant for medicinal purposes however the government views them as felons committing serious crimes, Heavily armed with weapons and helicopters, these hardline law enforcers stop at nothing to take down the growers' operations and cut off their supply chains. Will the growers win the fight to change political and social attitudes or will the authorities bring them down once and for all?
Saturdays 7 ET
Cash Cab: Season 7
Unassuming people enter the "Cash Cab" as simple passengers taking a normal taxi ride, only to be shocked when they discover that they're instant contestants on Discovery's innovative science-themed game show.
Saturdays 9 ET
Buyers gamble big bucks on houses up for auction, but they can't step foot inside the house before they bid on it. It'll take experience, ingenuity, and luck to turn a profit. Some houses will be a dream, but some will turn out to be houses of horror.
Tuesdays at 8 ET/9 PT
Coming-of-age stories of baby animals. From their unsteady first steps, the beginning of their lives will be an epic journey for these adventurous pets.
Fridays 9 ET/10 PT
Pit bulls and Parolees: Season 4
The show follows Tia Torres, her family, and her crew of ex-convicts as they rescue and rehabilitate abused and abandoned Pit Bulls. This season the headquarters for Tia's Villalobos Rescue Center was moved to New Orleans. Louisiana, a city with serious Pit Bull issues and in desperate need of help.
World's Top 5
What are the world's top five jumbo jets, cruise ships, supertrains, earth movers, megafactories, oil rigs? In each program, we use a new objective scoring system to rank the WORLD'S TOP 5. Along the way, we discover great stories and facts.
Tuesdays 9:30 ET
Scouring the most intimate and incriminating thoughts from the dark recesses of a murderer's mind, Investigation Discovery's new series EVIL, I recounts real homicide investigations of the most horrific serial murderers.
Saturdays 10 ET
Marriages fall apart, divorce turns ugly... Sometimes deadly... Divorce can bring out the worst in people, sometimes leading them to do terrible shocking things including murder.
Wednesdays 9 ET
Fatal Encounters recounts the ill-fated relationship between Killer and victim as their paths intertwine. Chance meetings, everyday decisions, and random acts of violence send ordinary people down a deadly collision course toward their own mortality.
Tuesdays 8 ET
Paul Merton's Adventures
Comedian Paul Merton brings his much-loved brand of subversive curiosity to a search for the ultimate great escape. Stunning and surreal in equal measure, the series follows Paul on travel adventures doing what he does best...investigating the extraordinary, the wonderful and the downright silly! After his previous adventures in India, China and Europe, each episode we see Paul focusing on a specific destination where he encounters unforgettable events and characters. Whether he's experiencing life aboard the biggest cruise ship in the world, being pummelled in a punishing Austrian spa or encountering the hedonistic excesses of Ibiza you can be sure it will all be fertile territory for Paul's offbeat way of seeing the world!
Wednesdays 9 ET
Alaska: The Last Frontier
Will the Kilcher family survive one of the most brutal Alaskan winters to date? Over 80 years ago, Yule Kilcher fled Switzerland in search of a free and simple life. He found that life outside of Homer, Alaska where 3 generations of the Kilcher family still live today. The Kilcher family resides on their homestead consisting of over 640 acres of Alaskan wilderness. Yule and his wife Ruth taught their family (6 girls and 2 boys) to be self-sufficient and to live solely off of the resources the land can provide. Yule's sons continue his vision and traditions of a subsistence lifestyle and teach this way of life to their sons, Atz Lee, Atz's son, and Eivin, Otto's son, and their families. This "simple life," however, is far from simple. Living off the grid without running water, they must hunt, gather, garden and raise livestock in order to provide enough food to ensure their family's survival. Only 2 seasons exist in this remote stretch of land in southern Alaska: summer and winter. And when summer hits, the ticking clock begins. The Kilcher family utilizes the brief 4 months of summer to tackle big projects, like rebuilding and reinforcing housing structures and driving cattle to graze 20 miles from the homestead, while also amassing enough food and wood for themselves and their animals. These supplies must last them through the long, dark, and frigid 8 months of winter - all while dealing with the harshest elements and surrounded by the most dangerous predators in the world. The Kilchers must work together to ensure their survival. This is life on the last frontier.