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date (day) time network episode title
12/19/17 (Tu.)10:00 PMNGC(#108) Always Dream of Me
12/12/17 (Tu.)10:00 PMNGC(#107) Abandon Hope
12/5/17 (Tu.)10:00 PMNGC(#106) A City Called Heaven
11/28/17 (Tu.)10:00 PMNGC(#105) The Choice
11/21/17 (Tu.)10:00 PMNGC(#104) In the Valley of Death
11/14/17 (Tu.)10:00 PMNGC(#103) Into the Unknown
11/7/17 (Tu.)9:00 PMNGC(#101/102) Dark Sunday, Parts 1 & 2
11/1/17 (We.)11:00 PMNGCFirst Look

11/7/17 - 12/19/17
canceled/ended (2017-2018 season)
completed airing its current season
1 (8 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
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(from National Geographic Channel's press release, October 2017) National Geographic's eight-part global event series The Long Road Home, a gripping and intimate look at the toll war takes on soldiers and their families, will debut with a special two-hour premiere Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, at 9/8c. The series moves to its regular date and time of Tuesdays at 10/9c beginning Nov. 14. Based on the New York Times best-selling book by internationally acclaimed journalist Martha Raddatz, The Long Road Home tells the story of "Black Sunday," when a small platoon of soldiers from the 1st Cavalry Division was ferociously ambushed in Sadr City, Baghdad, in April 2004. Eight Americans would make the ultimate sacrifice that day and more than 65 would be seriously wounded. No soldier fights alone. The soldiers in this story are no exception. The scripted series offers viewers an intimate window into the experience of war as seen through the eyes and the hearts of the soldiers themselves and their families back home. It is an adrenaline-fueled and emotional journey that follows the action of the battle on two simultaneous fronts - the chaotic, terror-filled streets of Sadr City, where a group of inexperienced young soldiers faces an unexpected and unimaginable attack with bravery they never knew they had, and the homefront at Fort Hood, where family members, desperate for news of their loved ones and fearing the worst, discover their own courage and determination as well. With unprecedented intimacy, the eight-part series tells the stories not only of these courageous soldiers but also of their compatriots involved in the three desperate and deadly rescue missions launched to save them. Across eight hours, reflecting the exact amount of time the soldiers were pinned down, each episode highlights a different character's unique and compelling journey as we come to understand their heroism and humanity.
· Carter Redwood as Pedro Guzman
· Darius Homayoun as Jassim al-Lani
· E.J. Bonilla as Shane Aguero
· Ian Quinlan as Robert Arsiaga
· Jason Ritter as Troy Denomy
· Jeremy Sisto as Robert Miltenberger
· Jon Beavers as Eric Bourquin
· Jorge Diaz as Israel Garza
· Kate Bosworth as Gina Denomy
· Michael Kelly as Gary Volesky
· Noel Fisher as Tomas Young
· Patrick Schwarzenegger as Ben Hayhurst
· Sarah Wayne Callies as LeAnn Volesky
· Benjamin Anderson as EP
· Edward McGurn as EP
· Jason Clark as EP
· Martha Raddatz as BOOK
· Mikael Salomon as EP
· Mike Medavoy as EP
· Mikko Alanne as CRTR/EP
· Phil Abraham as EP/DIR (Pilot)
· drama
· Finngate Television
· Phoenix Pictures