2009 / 51
Footage of the most dramatic moments from World War II is restored in color and high definition for this historical documentary series. Color footage of World War II changes our conception of this catastrophe. Prepare to be shocked -- and moved.
2010 / 114
This miniseries documents the sacrifices and accomplishments of African-American servicemen and women since the earliest days of the republic. Virtually ignored by history, this is the story of African Americans in the U.S. armed forces, in their own words.
2009 / 45
A companion piece to Dan Brown's novel The Lost Symbol, this documentary explores the facts behind the legends of America's Masonic past.
2011 / 94
Ken Burns's documentary traces the passage of the 18th Amendment, the social and legal effects of prohibiting alcohol, and the repeal of Prohibition. A look back to when the call for temperance was answered by social upheaval ... and plenty of bathtub gin.
2012 / 46
Featuring never-before-seen images, personal testimonies and more, this is the story of one of the most notorious drug smugglers of all time. It's easy to believe this drug lord was just a monster. In fact, he was worse: He was a human doing monstrous things.
2014 / 2.5 / 22
TED presents heated debates between controversial figures as they take the stage to make a stand on key issues that society faces around the world.
2011 / 2.5 / 13
Derek Sivers uses footage of a music festival to demonstrate how a movement doesn't really start until followers show the courage to join the leader. Be the first to follow the leader, and you'll become one. Stepping out of your comfort zone is pretty underrated.