I don't know if it will be showing if you have Dish or cable, but I would imagine it will if you get H2.
I saw it on my Direct TV guide.
Although it's an older program, it's very good. It was made back when the History Channel produced serious documentaries that had real value. If you have never seen it, I hope you have the capability to tape it. I realize not many people can stay up from midnight Sunday til 2 in the morning on Monday and still make it to work.
The third issue of Off Grid is available now. I bought a copy at Walmart today. As is usually the case with new magazines, it continues to improve and this is the best of the three. This particular issue has several good articles about EMP, and three fictional scenarios written by people of different competence levels in the art of survival. Off Grid has been very successful and is going to begin appearing quarterly. Unlike it's sister publication Recoil, it's not available digitally.
Off Grid is primarily designed to meet the needs of people located in urban settings. Even so, the articles are well written and interesting. The equipment reviews are good though in many cases the equipment being evaluated is out of the reach of all except the most well heeled. That doesn't make it any less fun to read, though. It costs a little more than the average magazine, but these are printed to last a long time, on the highest quality paper. They're meant to be kept on your shelf that holds your other survivalist literature, not read and then used to line the bird cage.