Pasadena - The National Geographic Channel is bringing back the Explorer documentary series that aired more than 2 000 films over 25 years before being taken off the air five years ago.
National Geographic Channel CEO Courteney Monroe says Explorer is scheduled to get back on the air this summer.Go down memory lane with this video from a past season of the popular show:
She said on Wednesday that Nat Geo is "going to get back into that business and claim what is rightfully ours".
During its run from 1985 to 2010, the Explorer series earned more than 50 Emmys. It included shows about North Korea, Brazil's wild animal trade and the search for a mysterious Afghan girl with striking eyes.
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