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Of all the planets in our solar system, none has captured our collective imagination like Mars. Follow the first human mission to Mars, set in 2033, as the crew struggles to safely land on and colonize the planet. Tracing the thrilling quest to make Mars home, National Geographic presents MARS, a new breed of programming that blends cinema-quality scripted drama set in the future with documentary sequences that features current space-technology pioneers.


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Today in TV History: December 9

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  • 2015:  First openly transgender person (Carmen Carrera) gets married on a reality television show. Couples Therapy with Dr. Jenn
  • 1968:  First broadcast by KRNE-TV (channel 12; Merriman, NE).
  • 1965:  First broadcast by KUID-TV (channel 12; Moscow, ID).
  • 1955:  First broadcast by KLEW-TV (channel 3; Lewiston, ID).
  • 1946:  FCC hearing about color television begins.

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