The Show

The Emmy-winning climate change series returns for a second season to tell the biggest story of our time. Featuring some of Hollywood’s most influential stars, YEARS of LIVING DANGEROUSLY reveals emotional and hard-hitting accounts of the effects of climate change from across the planet.

Season 2 Ep 8

The Coal Wars

with America Ferrera

Season 2 Ep 8

Elephant in the Room

with Sigourney Weaver

Season 2 Ep 7

The Road Ahead

with Ty Burrell

Season 2 Ep 7

Safe Passage

with Bradley Whitford

Season 2 Ep 6

Price on Carbon

with Nikki Reed

Season 2 Ep 6

The Sixth Extinction

with Aasif Mandvi

Season 2 Ep 4

The Battle in the Forest

with Gisele Bündchen

Photo: National Geographic Channels/Lalo de Almeida
Season 2 Ep 3

Out of Africa

with Thomas L. Friedman

Season 2 Ep 3

Death of the Central Valley

with Don Cheadle

Season 2 Ep 5

Collapse of the Oceans

with Joshua Jackson

Season 1

Exclusive Interview with the President

with Thomas L. Friedman

Season 1 Ep 2

Fire Line

with Arnold Schwarzenegger

Season 1 Ep 8

The Future is Now

with Michael C. Hall

Season 1 Ep 8

Mercury Rising

with Matt Damon

Season 1 Ep 7

Climate Corps

with Jessica Alba

Season 1 Ep 5

Chasing Methane

with Mark Bittman

Season 1 Ep 3

Over the Edge

with Chris Hayes

Photo: The Years Project / Tim Freccia
Season 1 Ep 4

Under the Ice

with Lesley Stahl

Season 1 Ep 1

Climate Wars

with Thomas L. Friedman

Season 1 Ep 3

The Scientist

with M. Sanjayan

Sigourney Weaver

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

There is so much misinformation about what is creating the fires, the droughts, the extreme storms. I really wanted to be part of getting the correct information to people.

Sigourney Weaver

Aasif Mandvi

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

Caring about animals and their survival ensures our survival, if we want to not go extinct ourselves.

Aasif Mandvi

Jack Black

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

I spoke to scientists, I spoke to politicians, I spoke to to children, and I spoke to a psychiatrist. I’ve really run the gamut of all things climate change on this incredible personal journey of mine.

Jack Black

Gisele Bündchen

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

When we all unite our unique abilities in service of a common good, we can create a better world.

Gisele Bündchen

Cecily Strong

Correspondent

Why I'm involved

I like the idea of this show, because it humanizes climate change, and it makes it something that I can understand, and that people can understand.

Cecily Strong