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date (day) time network episode title
6/21/17 (We.)10:00 PMNGC(#106) Beyond the Cosmos
6/14/17 (We.)10:00 PMNGC(#105) Energy Beyond Earth
6/7/17 (We.)10:00 PMNGC(#104) Mind Meld
5/31/17 (We.)10:00 PMNGC(#103) Dude, Where's My Body?
5/22/17 (Mo.)9:00 PMNGC(#102) Never Say Die
5/15/17 (Mo.)9:00 PMNGC(#101) Homo Sapien 2.0

5/15/17 - 6/21/17
canceled/ended (2016-2017 season)
completed airing its current season
1 (6 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
a show on hiatus for longer than 12 months - without any news about its future - is assumed to be canceled
(from National Geographic Channel's press release, April 2017) From the moment our ancestors smashed two rocks together to forge the first tool, technology and imagination have propelled humanity forward. But now, technology has the power to shape a future beyond our imagination. What was once conceived by science fiction as entertainment is now the blueprint great scientists use to project the future of our world. Premiering Monday, May 15, at 9/8c, National Geographic paints a visual story of the distant future in the six-part documentary-drama series YEAR MILLION. Narrated by Laurence Fishburne ("The Matrix," "Blackish") and produced by RadicalMedia (MARS, FROM THE ASHES), YEAR MILLION unites the brightest minds in science, technology and science fiction, including Ray Kurzweil, Michio Kaku, Peter Diamandis and Brian Greene. Together, these experts, who spend their lives studying and imagining our future, take us inside a very real future that feels like the stuff of science fiction - a future where humankind has merged with machine and forged an existence where we're living beyond our bodies, beyond our planet and beyond our solar system. YEAR MILLION weaves a thrilling - sometimes frightening - depiction of how we've used innovative science to create technology that will soon surpass our intelligence - and perhaps exist beyond our control. For instance, the cell phone, a device most of us cannot live without, much less leave at home, has become exponentially more intelligent just in the last decade.
· Dave O'Connor as EP
· Jon Kamen as EP
· Justin Wilkes as EP
· Laurence Fishburne as EP
· Mark Elijah Rosenberg as CO-EP/DIR
· Tommy Turtle as EP
· Wendy Greene as EP
· reality (all)
· reality (documentary)
· RadicalMedia