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Reminder: NatGeo's 'Great Migrations' Premieres This Sunday

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If you’ve been waiting for a wild documentary fix since Discovery’s “LIFE”, prepare to have your senses blown with the National Geographic Channel’s new series “Great Migrations”.

Debuting this Sunday at 8pm EST, and narrated by Alec Baldwin, the seven-part epic follows the journey of the planet’s migratory species as they travel from one point to another in a fight for survival. You can read our full review here — or check out some gorgeous high-definition clips here.

With NatGeo in over 160 million homes, you can bet producers are hoping for a similar ratings bonanza like what “LIFE” enjoyed. Stay tuned…

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