Pivot On-Air Schedule

Today, September 16
02:30pm
"Iceland"
TV-PG
Iceland - George explores Iceland’s volcanoes, glaciers, avalanches, mudslides and extreme marine weather.
03:00pm
"Antarctica"
TV-PG
Antarctica- George returns to the “Fin Del Mundo” at the southern tip of Argentina, this time to sail to Antarctica.
03:30pm
"Polynesian Volcanoes"
TV-PG
Polynesian Volcanoes - George is one of the first to explore a brand new island created by an undersea volcano in New Zealand.
04:00pm
"203 School Hard"
TV-14
Buffy’s mother and friends become trapped inside Sunnydale High School when a vampire named Spike launches an attack against the Slayer. #Buffy
05:00pm
"204 Inca Mummy Girl"
TV-14
A beautiful Inca princess who was buried alive in a tomb 500 years ago is brought back to life. #Buffy
06:00pm
"205 Reptile Boy"
TV-14
Buffy and Cordelia attend a frat party where they are offered as human sacrifices to a reptile- like creature. #Buffy
07:00pm
"206 Halloween"
TV-14
On Halloween, Buffy and her friends patronize an unusual costume shop—where customers turn into whatever costume they are wearing. #Buffy
08:00pm
"207 Lie To Me"
TV-14
Buffy is lured into a trap by a group of undead wannabes who hope that Spike will make them vampires in exchange for giving him the Slayer. #Buffy
09:00pm
"Tornadoes"
TV-PG
George tracks a building storm in Oklahoma City, the capital of North America’s Tornado Alley.
09:30pm
"Arctic Winter"
TV-PG
Arctic Winter - George links up with two experienced polar adventurers to explore the frigid Canadian arctic in the depths of winter.
10:00pm
New
"Season 3, Episode 80"
TV-14 L
Tonight on TakePart Live, hosts Meghan McCain and Jacob Soboroff break down top news stories and issues of the day. Also, actor Matthew Lillard, photographer Dennis Morris, and Ask Andrew with guest host Andrew WK.
11:00pm
History of the Earth, Part 2 - A Fertile Balance
TV-14 S
Over vast areas of the globe, man has created new land, but how did these landscape changes happen, and how have they affected us? All landscapes have their stories to tell, as have the people who live in them.