Last Updated on Saturday, 23 August 2014 03:19Written by netload-loverSaturday, 23 August 2014 03:19
Season 3, Episode 1
The winters are brutal in Nome, Alaska, a frontier town in a world where few such curiosities remain. There’s a new kind of gold rush going on here, and it’s unlike any other. Daring gold miners set their sights on gold far beneath four feet of solid ice on the Bering Sea floor. Fierce conditions won’t deter these gold-hungry men and woman, and after cutting through the ice to reach the black sea waters below, the adventure begins. Only an omnipresent fear of death and the physiological and psychological effects of cold water diving under solid ice, including hypothermia, hypoxia, hypercapnia, vertigo, and frostbite separate these miners from their fortunes.
Last Updated on Saturday, 23 August 2014 03:16Written by netload-loverSaturday, 23 August 2014 03:16
Season 1, Episode 3
In New York City in 1900, the Knickerbocker Hospital operates with innovative surgeons, nurses and staff who have to overcome medicinal limitations to prevent staggeringly high mortality rates. Dr. John Thackery, the newly appointed leader of the surgery staff, battles his cocaine and opium addictions with his ambition for medical discovery and reputation among his peers. Harvard graduate Dr. Algernon Edwards must fight for respect within the all-white-populated hospital, as well as the racially charged city. While literally struggling to keep the lights on, the hospital attempts to attract a wealthy clientele, without sacrificing quality care.