Ancient Aliens

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The History Channel Premiered Mar 08, 2009 Between Seasons

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AIRED ON 11/21/2014

Season 8 : Episode 4

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Season 8 : Episode 5

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Ancient Aliens is an American television series that premiered on April 20, 2010 on the History channel. Produced by Prometheus Entertainment, the documentary style program presents theories of ancient astronauts and proposes that historical texts, archaeology and legends contain evidence of past human-extraterrestrial contact. The series' de facto pilot was a TV special of the same name that aired on March 8, 2009. A second season began airing on Thursday, October 28, 2010 in the 10ET/9CT time slot.

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  • Is anyone ever going to fix the episode list?

    8.0
    A quick view of this show on reveals that the episode list has some issues. Seems like the edit listing options has been removed as well. I'm not sure if staff are aware of the incorrect listings but clearly EarlyMemphis has given up on being the editor. Please fix the episode guide, or at least place an edit option so I or someone else can update the episode guide.
  • Delayed Reaction...

    10
    Hey peoples.. and to the administrator who is supposed to update this page...

    Just letting you know that you are suffering from a slight delayed reaction... Which probably isn't even you're fault...

    Ancient Aliens are 'Realistically' on their 9th season... But 'Officially' on their 7th season... Because of delayed releases on episodes...

    Season 6 apparently has 22 episodes... Except the last 3 delayed episodes should be part of Season 7... There should only be 3 episodes for season 7 (The last 3 delayed releases of season 6).. Season 8 should only have 5 Episodes... And we have just commenced Season 9 with the release of the episode "Forbidden Caves"...

    However, The way H2 (The History Chanel) has organised it... Season 6 has the 22 episodes and Season 7 has released 6 episodes including the episode "Forbidden Caves"...

    Thanks heaps :)

    Joe-Joemoreless
  • Unbelievable

    1.0
    The level of stupidity in this show is just unbelievable.
  • The most ridiculous "show" on TV!

    1.0
    If you can bear the stupidity, something to laugh at - if it were not for the fact that it would be presented like a scientific show on History Channel!

    They talk about what they call a "theory", but have absolutely no clue, what a scientific theory really is about. On this abysmal "show" it's nothing but the wildest, hair-raising assumptions thrown together, even within one episode completely contradicting each other. Obviously these brainless producers believe, if just a little tiny portion of what they say only might remotely turn true one day, they will have been right all along - chances for that happening are more than slim, though.

    Especially insane are those wild leaps of assumptions to explain occurences on Earth by "alien" intrusions. So, there are murials from ancient times reminding them of "aliens" or astronauts (of course images of "aliens" and astronauts coined by inventions and pop culture of the past decades!), there are UFOs (which are unidentified flying objects - duuuuuh, of course we can't identify everything at once) - but to conclude from that an "alien" has interfered is even more ridiculous than claiming a water drop in your house had to have come directly from Antarctica (unless you lived on Antarctica ;-) ). It's as ridiculous as claiming the Easter Bunny or anything fictional might have done it. The leap to interstellar travel, the energy alone that is required as an explanation for some "unexplained" puny phenomena on Earth (of course they are all very well scientifically explained, they just claim otherwise) is the most far-fetched thing ever! With such stupidity and presenters you just want to punch in the face it is the worst show in history (channel)!moreless
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