When Boyd Crowder and his crusaders become vigilantes, Raylan takes it upon himself to try to shut them down.
Determined to repair the damage he's done, Raylan takes time away from his assignment bodyguarding an eccentric judge to track down an old lead.
Suspended from the Marshals Service, feeling like he has nothing to lose, Raylan faces off with the gangsters who are muscling his ex-wife's new husband.
When a murderous inmate takes hostages, Raylan must scramble to defuse the situation before the bullets start flying.
After foiling an apparent hit on Ava, Raylan will stop at nothing to track down the people responsible, only to find that she may not have been their actual target.
After an apparent suicide on an opulent Kentucky horse farm, Raylan must resist the sexy widow as he searches for the dead man's missing art.
Raylan is forced to choose sides when his estranged father goes to war with a murderous drug lord.
Raylan and The Mob hunt compete to capture Roland Pike, a fugitive racing to the Mexican border who has escaped Raylan twice before.
In tracking a vanished confidential informant, Raylan goes against a pair of violent ex-cons who are just dying for a showdown with The Kentucky Cowboy.
After shooting a fugitive in Miami, gunslinging US Marshal Raylan Givens returns to his native Kentucky, coming face to face with an old friend leading a deadly white supremacist gang.
After escaping with Newt and Hicks from the alien planet, Ripley crash lands on Fiorina 161, a prison planet and host to a correctional facility. Her crew mates perish but an unwelcome guest survives.
From the master of terror, John Carpenter's cult classic Escape from New York is set in 1997 and Manhattan has been turned into a maximum security prison. When the President of the United States crash lands into the city centre after fleeing a hijacked plane, he ends up being held hostage.
In the season finale, New Zealand explorers Kevin and Jamie retrace the great journey of pioneers Thomas Brunner and his guide Kehu down the Buller River in 1846.
This episode, Kevin and Jamie travel back to 1810 to retrace the unbelievable survival story of David Loweniston and nine other stranded sealers, who were marooned on the Open Bay Islands.
Attempting to follow in the footsteps of New Zealand's pioneer explorers, Kevin and Jamie re-trace the first ascent of Mount de la Beche by Tom Fyfe and George Graham in 1894 - the first major peak conquered by New Zealand-born climbers.
From scaling perilous mountain ranges to battling raging rivers, Jamie Fitzgerald and fellow adventurer Kevin Biggar have recreated the journeys of some of New Zealand's pioneer explorers. This episode they attempt to complete the journey of William Grave and Arthur Talbot, who in 1910 set off to find a suitable pass for tourists across the Darran Mountains in Fiordland.
From scaling perilous mountain ranges to battling raging rivers, Jamie Fitzgerald and fellow adventurer Kevin Biggar have recreated the journeys of some of New Zealand's pioneer explorers. In tonight's first episode, Kevin and and Jamie retrace the 1910 journey of explorers William Grave and Arthur Talbot and attempt to find a pass suitable for a tourist track across Fiordlands Darran Mountains.
The Imperial War Museum North in Manchester, built from 2000 and designed by Daniel Libeskind, is an example of a new wave of architectural design that is both dramatic and disturbing, a building that plays with the senses and provokes wonder. In his final climb of the series, Dr Jonathan Foyle scales over 50 metres up the building to reveal how the museum is designed to reflect war itself.
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