Pivot On-Air Schedule

Today, May 4
1000 Days for the Planet
"Cyanide-Laced Fish and Other Tasty Hazards"
The waters of Indonesia teem with a huge variety of fish, but the rapid degradation of coral reefs is threatening many unique species. Illegal practices like blast fishing and cyanide fishing are also enormously destructive to the region’s wildlife.
1000 Days for the Planet
"The Victim of Palm Oil"
The future for elephants, orangutans and other species is uncertain, as large-scale deforestation for palm oil is a growing problem that threatens their survival. At the current rate, nearly 98% of Indonesia's rainforests will be gone in 20 years.
"208 Seeing Other People"
Brian "Smash" Williams goes on his first recruiting trip that lives up to everything he hoped for until an unexpected incident takes place at the end that will change his mind about the school. #FNLonPivot
"209 The Confession"
This is my confession -- Landry (Jesse Plemons) confesses to the murder of Tyra’s (Adrianne Palicki) assaulter but continues to struggle with his conscience.#FNLonPivot
"210 There Goes The Neighborhood"
It's a twister! - A tornado hits the Dillon county area damaging Laribee high school, a rival high school.#FNLonPivot
Food, Inc.
This Oscar nominated, Emmy winning documentary lifts the veil on the U.S. food industry, exposing the highly mechanized underbelly that has been hidden from consumers with the consent of our government's regulatory agencies, USDA and FDA.
Islands of the Future
"105 Iceland - Green Paradise at the Crossroads"
Volcanic hydropower and geothermal energy meet nearly 100 percent of Iceland’s electricity and heating demands, but the inhabitants aren’t stopping there. Iceland intends to run all cars and its enormous fishing fleet on hydrogen.
TV-14 V
When an American Civil War veteran is hired by the Japanese emperor to destroy the Samurai warriors, he develops an admiration and emotional attachment to the Samurai and embraces their way of life.