Shackleton's Frozen Hell
In 1914, the world's first trans-Antarctic expedition came to a cold stop. Trapped in ice just 60 miles from their destination, explorer Ernest Shackleton and his crew found themselves in a dire situation that would play out as a two-year battle against starvation, sub-zero conditions, and the threat of being swallowed by the unforgiving Southern Ocean. Witness this incredible story of courage and survival, fueled by ship captain Frank Worsley's exceptional navigational skills, the crew's resiliency, and Shackleton's cool-headed leadership.
A Captain's Extraordinary Intuition
On a perilous mission to rescue his men, ship captain Frank Worsley navigates a small lifeboat across eight hundred miles of the world's worst ocean.