(ALL TIMES ARE IN ET)
"Surviving the Future" will premiere on Friday, February 25th at 10pm and will repeat that evening at 1am.
The one-hour documentary will re-air on Sunday, February 27th at 11pm.
"Surviving the Future":
What will life be like a hundred years from now? "Surviving the Future" explores the reality behind the most extreme predictions. Astonishing and provocative, this one-hour documentary examines why some predictions come true while others fade into obscurity, and concedes that, however fraught and inexact they may be, the effort to predict the future has a powerful hold on us. After all, human life and the life of the planet depend on it.
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