Watch on YouTube TV

Rise of the Continents

Watch live TV from 60+ networks
Cloud DVR with no storage limits
6 accounts per household included
Cancel anytime.
Geologist Iain Stewart investigates the creation of the continents.

Latest episodes

VOD available
Australia broke from Pangea and created a land that is rich in resources.
VOD available
The Americas were formed over 300 million years ago, creating abundant mineral sources.
VOD available
Europe and Asia have different identities, formed by massive collisions.
VOD available
Ancient continent; a volcanic event carved out the land mass.

Similar on YouTube TV

Various networks
Geologist Iain Stewart demonstrates the power of plants and the crucial role they have played in the Earth's evolution. The three-part series reveals how plants harnessed light from the sun.
Various networks
"Earth: The Biography" reveals the geological forces that have shaped the planet, specifically volcanoes, the oceans, the atmosphere and ice. Computer-generated imagery and the use of satellite photography offer a balance between dramatic visuals and illuminating facts, while time-lapse photography brings the planet to life.
What is life? And how did it begin? Professor Brian Cox explores the globe to reveal how a few fundamental laws of science gave birth to the most complex, and unique, feature of the universe. In the five-part series, Cox -- a professor of physics at the University of Manchester in England -- travels from the Philippines to the U.S., Madagascar and Mexico to explore life through physics, and concludes that, far from demanding a mystical explanation, the emergence of life might be an inevitable consequence of the physical laws that govern the universe.
Various networks
Chronicling the roots of modern society and the remnants of a barbarian past.
Various networks
Professor Brian Cox explores mankind's origins, place and destiny in the universe.
Neil Oliver heads for Scandinavia to reveal the truth behind the legend of the Vikings.
Various networks
The story of arguably the most important, accurate and yet perplexing scientific theory ever.