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Once a year Nat Geo Wild turns its focus to the exciting lives of the big cats of the world. Watch all your favorite big cats, lions, tigers and cheetahs to name a few, as they respond to the pressures of their environments. Delve into the complex world surrounding them, dealing with issues of human encroachment into their habitats, being the target of hunters and facing extinction.

Watch these powerful predators take down their prey. Get an unprecedented peek into the world of the big cats.

Big Cat Week is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (43 episodes). The series first aired on December 6, 2010.

Where do I stream Big Cat Week online? Big Cat Week is available for streaming on National Geographic, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Big Cat Week on demand at Disney+, Amazon, National Geographic, Vudu, Google Play, iTunes online.

National Geographic
7 Seasons, 43 Episodes
December 6, 2010
Cast: Simon King, Jonathan Scott, Saba Douglas-Hamilton
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Big Cat Week Full Episode Guide

  • Machli's fierce determination and distinctive appearance have made her a legend among tigers.

  • Veteran wildlife filmmaker Bob Poole sets out on a madcap adventure following a formidable cheetah mother who is determined to keep her cubs alive.

  • Deep in the jungle, a jaguar goes fishing for baby crocodile. It's jaws versus paws in a fight to the death.

  • This is the moving story of two mountain lion mothers raising their cubs, each trying to survive the harsh conditions of a bitter winter season outside of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

  • There are 41 species of cat-the embodiment of feline grace and power, spectacular top predators commanding our respect. Cats have elegance, agility, strength, heightened senses, silent feet and the killer instinct. But who is the ultimate predator?

  • Big cat specialist Boone Smith hosts a feline showdown among awesome predators lion, tiger and cheetah in a battle for the title of top cat.

  • This is the story of lion prides on the shores of Lake Kariba in the Matusadona National Park of Zimbabwe. These lions have developed a skill of trapping impala antelope on the shoreline as well as stalking up to basking crocodiles.