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The confrontation between Russ and Jorge continues; surprise guests blindside Pedro; the shocking conclusion to Nicole and Azan’s road to marriage.
The couples reveal juicy and shocking details about the most intense moments of the season; Anfisa has a bone to pick with Pao; Pedro leaves Chantel in tears; a surprise […]
There are about 600 murders each year in the UK. So, what drives people to kill? Are some people born to kill or are they driven to it by circumstances? […]
One hundred years after the massacre at Wounded Knee, Milo Yellow Hair recounts the story of his people-from the lost battles for their land against the invading whites-to the bitter […]
As fear and violence mount, Nelson Mandela and FW de Klerk struggle to control the tumultuous course of change in South Africa. Correspondent David Dimbleby examines the lineup of forces […]
Four years after the Iran-contra scandal broke, correspondent Bill Moyers examines-for the first time on television-the full record of this story, documenting the scale of White House deceit and analyzing […]
As the threat of war in the Gulf grows, a middle-sized American city grapples with the reason hundreds of thousands of US troops are being sent to Saudi Arabia. As […]
Lottery fever is spreading. Twenty-nine states now raise $20 billion a year in revenues. Frontline correspondent James Reston, Jr., goes behind the scenes of state lotteries to look at the […]
Three million Americans are thought to be schizophrenic. As medical science searches to find its cause, society struggles to understand a crippling disease that has shattered families and left tens […]
For 20 years, one man – Oxford-educated Dennis Howard Marks – was responsible for running an international drug market that shipped marijuana into the US by the ton. Frontline tells […]
The corrupting influence of drug money is now listed as the number one threat to the integrity of police forces. Frontline investigates this crisis in three communities in Florida, California, […]
Correspondent Bill Moyers investigates America’s shadowy new industry-the international export of toxic waste-revealing how shipping deadly wastes to third-world countries has become an enormous business in the US.
The series concludes with the story of Chico Mendes, a rubber tapper whose murder in 1988 brought worldwide attention to the problem of Amazonian deforestation. Mendes had become a symbol […]
Part III follows the gold rush of 200,000 illegal prospectors who swarm over private gold reserves in the rain forest. As security forces track the prospectors, the government fights to […]
Part II follows the land wars which broke out as millions of poor farmers migrated to massive ranches in the Brazilian rain forest. As squatters, they begin to work the […]
Adrian Cowell’s epic, ten-year-long series begins with a tale reminiscent of the American Wild West. A Brazilian settler brings his family to live deep in the Amazon, in Indian territory. […]
Frontline examines how Saddam Hussein built Iraq’s massive arsenal of tanks, planes, missiles, and chemical weapons during the 1980’s. Correspondent Hodding Carter investigates the complicity of the US, European governments, […]
Frontline explores the hopes and frustrations of public school teachers in one mid-western town as they face the threat of funding cutbacks, the criticism of parents, and a growing number […]
How serious is Colombia’s war on drugs? Frontline investigates the drug cartels in Medellin and Cali and demonstrates how they’ve become part of the country’s political and economic life.
The 1989 murder of Yusef Hawkins by white youths in the Bensonhurst section of New York City set off a racial and political fire storm. On the eve of the […]
Frontline correspondent Carl Nagin investigates the looting of pre-Columbian tombs in Latin America and the trafficking of stolen artifacts, exposing a trail that leads to auction houses, galleries, museums, and […]
The savings and loan scandal is the worst financial disaster since the Great Depression and will cost US taxpayers an estimated $315 billion. Frontline investigates Charles Keating, Jr., and the […]
In 1989, Dr. Elizabeth Morgan was freed from prison after serving the longest detention for civil contempt in American history-25 months. Dr. Morgan had refused a court order to reveal […]
Thirty years after Edward R. Murrow’s ‘Harvest of Shame,’ Frontline correspondent David Marash looks at the continuing plight of migrant farm workers and explores the forces that keep their lives […]
Philly Bongoley Lutaaya was a celebrated singer musician from Uganda who died of AIDS in December 1989. But he died a national hero because he gave his nation new hope […]
In the summer of 1989, Poland astonished the world by starting the revolution which has swept Eastern Europe. Solidarity, the once-banned independent trade union, took power in a coalition government […]
In the black, early morning hours of Good Friday, 1989, the supertanker Exxon Valdez went aground on Bligh Reef, spilling millions of gallons of crude oil into Alaska’s Prince William […]
In the wake of PLO chairman Yasir Arafat’s historic declaration that he has rejected terrorism and now recognizes Israel’s right to exist, correspondent Marie Colvin profiles the Palestinian leader, follows […]
Correspondent Roger Wilkins investigates the economic and social roots of the black underclass, focusing on the struggle of young black men in one neighborhood in Washington, DC.
Frontline goes behind the scenes at the Soviet Union’s first national beauty pageant with an intimate, bittersweet examination of the status and struggles of women in the USSR.
In the wake of the US invasion of Panama, Frontline tracks the rise and fall of General Manuel Noriega and investigates the confusion and duplicity in the US government’s long […]
Frontline profiles the efforts of the surviving families of the 270 people killed in the terrorist bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, in December 1988, to seek […]
Annie gives David an ultimatum; Jorge calls his ex about the daughter she claims is his; Molly hears unexpected news from Luis; Russ and Pao are drifting apart; Chantel confronts […]
Nicole’s wedding is in jeopardy; Anfisa fears that Jorge has told his biggest lie; David and Annie hit a roadblock; Molly questions Luis’ motives for marrying her; Pao gets devastating […]
Annie’s dream slips further away; Azan comes clean about why his visa was denied; Molly tries to rebuild her life; Pao faces the hardest part of visiting her family; Jorge’s […]
Molly’s marriage hits a breaking point; Nicole confronts Azan about the voice recordings; Anfisa feels trapped in her marriage; Juan and Russ face off again; Annie’s ready to give up […]
Russ and Pao’s best friend Juan go head to head; Jorge keeps a secret from Anfisa; Pedro drops a bomb on Chantel; Annie’s tired of David’s empty promises; Luis becomes […]
Air France flight 4590, crashed in Gonesse, France, killing all 100 passangers and crew on board as well as four people on the ground. It was the only fatal incident […]
Rachel Maddow (The Rachel Maddow Show (2008)); comedian Artie Lange. Also: A performance by The Doobie Brothers with Michael McDonald.
Questlove and Tariq re-enact a scene from The Bachelor; Tonight Show Pros & Cons: The Deep Freeze; Gabrielle Union and Josh Duhamel sing various songs; Random Object Shootout (Gabrielle Union); […]
Jorge won’t change his ways for Anfisa. Russ and Juan go head to head. Nicole’s parents make a final plea. Chantel’s family pushes Pedro to his limit. Luis feels the […]
Nidia defeated Torrie Wilson…World Tag Team Champions, Eddie Guerrero and Yoshihiro Tajiri, defeated Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin by Disqualification…Sean O’Haire defeated Chris Benoit…Doug Basham and Danny Basham defeated Rikishi […]