Following recent news of the historic discovery of Shackleton’s ship, The Endurance, The HISTORY Channel sets the date for the premiere of “Shackleton’s Endurance: The Lost Ice Ship Found” which will serve as the definitive look at Sir Ernest Shackleton’s 1914 expedition resulted in the loss of his much reveredRead More →

One of the History Channel’s most popular shows returns to Michigan to hunt. “American Pickersis looking for unique antiques and collectibles in the state for future episodes of the TV show. “American Pickers,” which features collectors Mike Wolfe, Danielle Colby and Robbie Wolfe, is heading to Michigan in May andRead More →

sitting bull, a four-part documentary series about the legendary Lakota chief, is headed to The History Channel. The series began production with Appian Way Productions, Stephen David Entertainment, and IllumiNative as the lead production companies. Hunkpapa Lakota leader Sitting Bull led the Lakota tribe in the resistance struggle against yearsRead More →

The HISTORY channel gives the green light to the new four-part documentary event “Harlem Hellfighters” produced by “Good Morning America” ​​co-anchor Robin Roberts. Produced by Rock’n RobinProductions and RadicalMedia, the miniseries will bring the complex and courageous history of the Harlem Hellfighters to life through the eyes of three men:Read More →

The HISTORY Channel greenlights new hour-long non-fiction series “History’s Greatest Heists with Pierce Brosnan,” which delves into the most incredible and elaborate real-life heists that have taken place throughout history – from Wilcox’s 1899 train robbery to Boston’s Great EDGE burglary in 1950. Hosted by Pierce Brosnan, the eight-episode seriesRead More →

History Channel has tapped celebrities Robin Roberts, Pierce Brosnan and Leonardo DiCaprio to direct original, non-fiction projects, the channel announced on Wednesday. hello america Roberts will serve as executive producer Harlem Hell Fighters, a four-part documentary that will showcase the all-black military infantry unit of World War I through theRead More →

the THE STORY The channel gives the green light to the documentary “After Jacky” from james lebron and the UNINTERRUPTED Sports Emmy Award-winning brand from Maverick Carter, Firelight Films and in association with Major League Baseball and in conjunction with the Jackie Robinson Foundation. Executive produced by james, CarterEmmy Award-winningRead More →

Follow food writer and culinary entrepreneur Adam Richman as he travels the country to relive his childhood and sample some of the most iconic and forgotten foods of the 1980s. The 1980s was a decade when food was all about flavor and this ten-episode series follows Richman as he delvesRead More →

As Presidents Day approaches Monday, the History Channel is set to premiere its new documentary, “Abraham Lincoln,” a three-night series based on a biographical study of the 16th president. During the TV Critics Association’s winter press tour, network executives and the documentary’s executive producers discussed the network’s unique partnership withRead More →

NBA veteran Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has teamed up with the History Channel to produce a documentary about our Black Civil War leaders, reported the Huffington Post. The documentary, Black Patriots: Civil War Heroeswill help us better understand the contributions of black Americans to the country’s independence, which are often ignored. SinceRead More →

Mixing talking-head historians with dramatic recreations, the George Stephanopoulos (“Good Morning America”) executive produces the new History Channel series “I Was There,” which kicks off Sunday at 10:30 p.m. and airs an episode on Johnstown Flood Monday at 10:30 p.m. While this hybrid interview/dramatization style has become commonplace on theRead More →

A cow grazes in Île à Vache or “Cow Island”, Haiti today. By NAN STAFF WRITER News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thursday. February 10, 2022: Former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln is hailed for issuing the Final Emancipation Proclamation to end slavery in America, but few know Lincoln made a dealRead More →

The entrepreneur and college student just became the show’s youngest double winner February 10, 2022 05:53 LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – University of Nebraska-Lincoln student Colton Bridger Arias has become the youngest two-time ‘Forged in Fire’ winner. Arias, a 20-year-old junior at UNL, owns his own blacksmithing business which he startedRead More →

Junior management student and entrepreneur Colton Arias recently won the History Channel ‘Forged in Fire’ blacksmithing competition for a second time at age 20 – his youngest ever double winner. As a busy startup owner attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, he likes to build on the interest he first discoveredRead More →

through Alex Reif | February 9, 2022 11:25 a.m. PT The HISTORY channel just announced the premiere date for Theodore Roosevelt alongside the official trailer, airing Memorial Day weekend. (THE STORY) What is happening: The fourth presidential mini-series of the HISTORY channel Theodore Roosevelt will air as a two-night eventRead More →

The History Channel will air a new documentary about Abraham Lincoln during Presidents’ Day weekend starting February 20 starting at 8 p.m. ET/PT. abraham lincoln is based on the best-selling book by Doris Kearns Goodwin Leadership: in turbulent times. Graham Sibley as Abraham Lincoln Historic Channel For seven and aRead More →

[01/10/22 – 11:01 AM]The History Channel presents “Black Patriots: Heroes of the Civil War” executive produced by NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Deborah Morales on Monday, February 21 at 11 p.m. ET / PT“The civil war was not only waged against black Americans, it was also waged by them,” Abdul-JabbarRead More →

The HISTORY® channel premieres its new one-hour documentary “Black Patriots: Heroes of the Civil War” on Monday, February 21 at 11 p.m. ET/PT. Produced and narrated by historian and social justice advocate Kareem Abul-Jabbar and Deborah Morales of Iconomy Multi-Media & Entertainment, the documentary takes a close look at oneRead More →

Source: Paul Morigi / Getty Images for History Channel The History Channel celebrated the launch of its new four-part docuseries The toys that built America by kicking off the giving season. In partnership with Blue Star Families, The History Channel hosted a Mission To Honor philanthropic event Monday at theRead More →

“Hidden Heroes” premieres at 8 p.m. Thursday on The History Channel. (Images: The History Channel) NEW YORK – The History Channel announces its new hour-long documentary “Hidden Heroes: The Nisei Soldiers of WWII,” premiering on Veterans Day, Thursday, November 11 at 8 p.m. ET / PT. From Category Six MediRead More →

September 8 marked the 55th anniversary of the premiere of “Star Trek” from creator Gene Roddenberry, a “Wagon Train To the Stars” series that Lucille Ball’s production company made a huge bet to spawn a multi-billion franchise. of dollars covering the entire sphere of pop culture. Starting tonight (November 5),Read More →

The Star Trek documentary series announced earlier this year finally has a release date, along with more details on how you can watch the full series. Central headquarters come to History Channel… and History Vault The History Channel celebrates the 55th year of Star Trek with the new ten-part documentaryRead More →

The HISTORY® Channel celebrates the 55th anniversary of the iconic and popular “Star Trek” franchise with the ten-part docuseries directed by Brian Volk-Weiss of The Nacelle Company “The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek”. Narrated and produced by Gates McFadden (“Star Trek: The Next Generation,” “InvestiGates: Who Do YouRead More →

Professor Sheila Myers AUBURN, NY – A professor from Cayuga Community College was recently featured to discuss historic railroad magnate Thomas Durant in an episode of History Channel’s “The Engineering That Built the World”. Professor Sheila Myers, who has written three novels focusing on Durant, his family, and their historicalRead More →

The History Channel dedicates Sunday evenings to builders, structures and their impact on civilization. The first episode of “The engineering that built the world” (8 p.m., History) recalls the visionaries and commercial rivals who would create the transcontinental railroad. The following hours will be devoted to the creation of theRead More →