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'Rivermen' on History Channel feels a little like 'Swamp People' The History Channel Facebook Page posted that "America has over 250,000 rivers that span more than 3.5 million miles." Prior to the premiere episode, many viewers did not know that a waterway was built in the 1930s connecting the Atlantic side of ...

Who could be Next Viking Leader in History Channel's Drama Series? [POLL]

International Business Times, India Edition: Although the cast and crew of the History drama series are tight-lipped over the fate of Fimmel's character, the trailers of the finale hint at the possibility of a new leader. The 30-second-long sneak peek video has one of his soldier saying, "No ...

What Did Vikings Eat?

The Daily Meal: The popular History Channel saga Vikings, inspired by Ragnar Lothbrok, a mythological Norse raider, depicts looting, torture and epic adventures. But I wanted to know —what did these medieval Norsemen eat? How did they celebrate two centuries of ...

Sailing set for biggest show in Games history

Channel News Asia: SINGAPORE: Five sailing events may be scrapped from the schedule of the 28th SEA Games that Singapore will host from June 5 to 16, but it will not stop the Lion City from organising the biggest sailing regatta in the 56-year-old history of the biennial ...

'Texas Rising' Series Event Expanded on History Channel

The Public Slate: In a press release from the History channel on April 14, it was announced that the miniseries event for Texas Rising had been expanded. Texas Rising Now, Texas Rising will be a 10 hour series event shown over the course of five nights, starting on ...

'Vikings' Season 3 Spoilers: Ragnar's Fate Teased In Finale Promo Video; Will

History Channel. Don't say we didn't warn you! Before the Season 3 premiere of “Vikings,” we cautioned our readers not to get too attached to the characters of Michael Hirst's History Channel drama. And we weren't the only ones giving such sober advice.

'Vikings' Season 3 News, Spoilers: Ragnar's Name Will Be Made Known in

Christian Post: A synopsis for the episode titled "Breaking Point" was posted by History Channel and it indicates that the brave Vikings will commence on their second wave of assault on Paris. And from what the short preview clip featured at the end of "To the Gates" ...

History Channel Offers Up New Series 'Alone'

The Public Slate: The History channel has announced their newest series project entitled, Alone, which offers the viewers a chance to witness one of the longest survivalist experiments, that has ever been recorded for a television audience. The announcement for the new ...


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History Channel 'Vikings' Season 3 Episode 9 Spoilers: Vikings Go for Second

Latin Post: But the Viking expansion went far beyond Paris, of course, and so Michael Hirst, the creator of the History Channel hit show, should not have any trouble as he looks for stories to tell in the fourth season of the series. And the screenwriter has told ...

'Vikings' Season 3 Episode 9 Spoilers: Breaking Point plot reveals Bjorn

Venture Capital Post: History Channel also released an official synopsis of the upcoming episode to be aired on April 16, 2015, "The Vikings are going to go all out for a second assault on Paris. Recognizing the desperate state of affairs for the city, Emperor Charles will ...

LOST IN TRANSMISSION Gets Back to the Love of Cars on History Channel

TVRuckus: History Channel is introducing a new show that will take car lovers across the country, finding, saving and, ultimately, restoring long-forgotten gems. The twist? It's not about the flip; it's about the love of cars. Premiering in May: LOST IN ...

'Texas Rising' Memorial Day on the History Channel

The History channel has a new miniseries event coming on Memorial Day this year called, Texas Rising. The network will be offering the series event, as an eight hour special airing in a theatrical format known as the CinemaScope wide screen. In order ...

MIPTV: 'Texas Rising' Stars Play Down the Politics of History's Alamo Epic

The History Channel will premiere the eight-hour miniseries about the Texas Revolution on Memorial Day.

TV review: ‘Dovekeepers, ’ ‘A.D.’ bring faith stories to life

Options for Easter-time TV viewing once were limited to Snoopy frolicking in bunny ears and Charlton Heston carrying the Ten Commandments. Then, the History Channel aired the 10-part miniseries “The Bible” in 2013 to record-setting ratings.

History(R) Kicks Off "Civil War Week" Across Digital Platforms

In addition, on Tuesday, April 7th and 14th, History Channel will premiere "Blood and Glory: The Civil War In Color," a four-part documentary series as never seen before.


MIPTV: 'Texas Rising' Stars Play Down the Politics of History's Alamo Epic

Hollywood Reporter: But the stars of History Channel's Texas Rising, which depicts the Texan revolution against the Mexican army, are quick to play down a political interpretation of the tale. “I don't want to weigh into that; I don't really see it that way,” said Bill ...


History Leaves 10 Survivalists 'Alone' For Summer

Deadline: ... no camera crew, no celebrity host, though it appears they will have clothes — or at least a backpack. Alone also will air as a synchronized global TV event, in more than 200 territories worldwide on History and other channels from the A+E Networks ...

Russia blocks Hollywood thriller day before its release

WSMV Nashville: He added that the Russians should stop adopting "wild clichés" of its history used in the West and feel proud of themselves as "successors of the great and unique Russian civilization." The minister's comments reflected both Russia's sensitivity about ...

A+E Launches Asterisk Internet-Media Brand with New Spins on History

Variety: The media company, whose properties include the History cable channel, this week is launching Asterisk: a website featuring stories examining contemporary culture and entertainment through the lens of history. The site is aimed at a younger demo, with ...

WOW! Business and WTG Announce Channel Partner Agreement

WOW! Business, a communications and cloud service provider, and nationwide master agent WTG today announced a new channel partner agreement.

Black history is 'a valuable part of curriculum' in Bolton

A PETITION calling for black history to become a compulsory part of the curriculum for primary school children may have failed to reach the magic 100,000 — which would have forced the issue to be discussed in parliament — but it is still a key subject on school timetables in Bolton.


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