• 101
    Bamazon

    Bamazon

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Alabama real estate mogul Tim Evans leads eight Alabama construction workers deep into the Amazon jungle. There they hope to strike it rich on gold, but to do so they must fight aggressive animals, malarial mosquitoes and some of the roughest most inaccessible terrain on the planet.moreless
  • 102
    Historia Secreta

    Historia Secreta

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Historia Secreta is a History Channel Latin America series that presents documentaries on a variety of Latin American cities that feature historians and prominent local figures who shed some light on the lesser-known histories of their town, revealing the often shocking events that played a fundamental role in the community's development. The series is produced in Argentina, but its episodes focus on an wide variety of cities including Panama City, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Santiago, Havana, and San Jose. Each episode is hosted by a different prominent journalist from either print or broadcast who introduces the secret histories that built these great cities. Then, historians and community leaders share the stories that have been passed down, often through many generations, to keep the truth about the city alive through the years. Historia Secreta presents riveting and revealing portraits of the people and events responsible for shaping Latin America's great cities.moreless
  • 103
    Boneyard

    Boneyard

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Boneyard gives us an inside look at what happens when anything from passenger cars to B-52 bombers have reached the end of their useful life. Boneyard will show that there is a new life for these products when they are no longer useful.moreless
  • 104
    Shootout!

    Shootout!

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Shootout takes an in depth look at some of the most famous shootouts in history from both perspectives of the fight. The amount of time, strategies, firepower and leadership behind each shootout will be explored in the fullest using 3-D animation technology.moreless
  • 105
    Around the World in 80 Ways

    Around the World in 80 Ways

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Rob Mariano, better known as Boston Rob from Survivor will co-host with Dennis Anderson, a monster truck producer. They will travel around the world using 80 different kinds of transportation.
  • 106
    Shadow Force

    Shadow Force

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Shadow Force takes a look at how a special forces unit operates as each week military specialists take on various missions around the world.
  • 107
    Hero Ships

    Hero Ships

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Warships and their crews that sailed the seas were the power of the seas and the force behind our military might during both World Wars. Hero Ships visits some of these gallant warships, now floating museums that are a testament to those who served aboard them.moreless
  • 108
    The Presidency Revealed

    The Presidency Revealed

    Follow
    The History Channel
    The Presidency Revealed is a History documentary series that takes an enlightening look inside the administrations of some of our most fascinating presidencies.
  • 109
    Where Did It Come From?

    Where Did It Come From?

    Follow
    The History Channel (ended 2006)
    This show is a documentary series that looks at the earliest examples of human ingenuity and examines their relationship to today's popular inventions. The focus of the show is the historical context of man's earliest works of ingenuity.moreless
  • 110
    Cowboys and Outlaws

    Cowboys and Outlaws

    Follow
    The History Channel
    The Golden Era of the American cowboy was a powder keg of history - a period of conquest, war, and money. In these brief but tumultuous years following the Civil War, men and women endured astonishing hardship and danger, from battles with Indians and outlaws to nature's own brutalities. Yet for a few extraordinary individuals, it was a time of incredible opportunity. Cowboys drove millions of steers from Texas along cattle trails to norther railroad heads. Their daring but solitary journeys established cowboys as heroes whose strength and character made them the ultimate icons of their time. But the hazardous frontier, where the law often amounted to little more than a man with a badge and a posse, also bred some of America's most infamous outlaws, whose reputations still inspire awe. Discover the legendary qualities of these amazing men in this visually stunning series from HISTORY. Combining dramatic reenactments of some of the era's most revealing moments with forensic evidence and surprising new documentary twists, Cowboys and Outlaws unveils the true tales and characters of the American West.moreless
  • 111
    The Dark Ages

    The Dark Ages

    Follow
    The History Channel
    The History Channel takes a look at the 600-year span between the fall of the Roman Empire and the First Crusade. Life in the Dark Ages was very tough and people had to endure plagues, famine, and bloodshed. The darkness of the times was punctuated by light in the form of men and women who pushed forward with arts and technology. The History Channel explores this amazing period in history and how it shaped our modern world.moreless
  • 112
    Lunar Landing

    Lunar Landing

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Lunar Landing documentary on The History Channel.
  • 113
    Weird U.S.

    Weird U.S.

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Weird U.S. explores strange and weird stories from the history of the United States. Mark Moran and Mark Sceurman, authors of the book Weird U.S., are the hosts of this series, and travel across America discovering myths, legends, and folklore. They search for the truth behind the stories, and show that, in their words, "History is full of weirdos."moreless
  • 114
    Assassinations That Changed the World

    Assassinations That Changed the World

    Follow
    The History Channel
    They are the tragic stories at the heart of some of history's most defining moments - tales of hatred and obsession, fanaticism and a burning desire for attention. In Assassinations That Changed the World, HISTORY examines the famous assassinations and assassination attempts that have left their mark on humanity. Trace the incredible events following the murder Archduke Ferdinand, which led to the outbreak of World War I. See how one century India lost three leaders, including Mohandas Gandhi, to religous fanatics who disagreed with the political policies of the nation. Explore the tragic story of Abraham Lincoln, killed by a desperate adherant to a lost cause. And consider how history might have been different had some of these incidents ended differently. Where would the civil rights movement be today if Martin Luther King Jr. were still alive? With extensive interviews, archival footage and expert commentary, Assassinations That Changed the World brings these absorbing stories to life.moreless
  • 115
    Patton 360

    Patton 360

    Follow
    The History Channel (ended 2009)
    By combining 50-year-old newsreel footage, interviews with soldiers and state-of-the-art computer game animation, the History Channel brings the legendary General George S. Patton, Jr. to life, exploring his military leadership in both the African and European theaters of World War II.moreless
  • 116
    Barbarians

    Barbarians

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Who were the warriors who battled the Romans and spread terror throughout Europe? Watch as The History Channel tells the gripping story of some of the most brutal men in history: the Vikings, the Goths, the Mongols, and the Huns.moreless
  • 117
    Chasing Mummies

    Chasing Mummies

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Dr. Zahi Hawass, world famous archeologist, goes on 250 digs around Egypt.
  • 118
    Abraham Lincoln: His Life and Legacy

    Abraham Lincoln: His Life and Legacy

    Follow
    The History Channel
    Bringing to life the tumultuous times in which Lincoln led his country, some of his finest Civil War moments, and his final hours, Abraham Lincoln: His Life and Legacy is the ultimate tribute to a man who many consider to have been our greatest commander-in-chief, but who thought of himself as "the lonliest man in the world." The comprehensive set examines the Lincoln legacy in a modern context, from his early days in Illinois, to the turbulent times that led up to the Civil War, and the defining moments of his presidency. It unravels the myths and misconceptions around his tragic assassination, including what motivated John Wilkes Booth, and whether he acted alone or was part of a conspiracy. Abraham Lincoln: His Life and Legacy examines the contradictory theories and surprising gaps in our knowledge of this stoic statesmen and the country he helped shape.moreless
  • 119
    Voices of Civil Rights

    Voices of Civil Rights

    Follow
    The History Channel
    A time of compassion and heroism countered by hate and violence, it took the courage of individuals like Rosa Parks, Medgar Evers and Martin Luther King Jr. to lead a nation toward its rightful destiny. Fueled the inequalities born out of centuries of racial injustice, countless others joined the cause - their stories and perspectives on those trying times are detailed in this collection from History. From sit-ins and Freedom Riders to a nation shocked by Bloody Sunday, Voices of Civil Rights captures the epic sweep and scope of the movement which transformed the nation and includes: "Save Our History: Voices of Civil Rights," a collection of personal narratives created by a group of journalists, photographers, and videographers as they embarked on a bus drip around the country to create the largest archive of oral histories of the civil rights movement; "Crossing the Bridge," filled with stunning footage and memories of activists who lived through an unprovoked attack on civil rights protestors crossing the Edmund Pettis Bridge into Montgomery, Alabama on March 7, 1965; and "Mississippi State Secrets," the truth behind the Missippi State Sovereighty Commission, an organization created by the Mississippi state legislature to preserve segregation.moreless
  • 120
    History Presents: Haunted Histories

    History Presents: Haunted Histories

    Follow
    The History Channel
    History Presents: Haunted Histories is a spooky documentary series that provides detailed accounts of some real-life horror stories, and looks past the scary myths manufactured by storytellers to find the terrifying true stories of the violent supernatural. Everyone is familiar with the vampire, ghost, witch, and zombie stories meant to entertain and scare us. However, not everyone knows the shocking real-life origins of many of these tall tales. This series looks back through history at paranormal occurrences that are far stranger than any fiction. In one episode, families who have lived in haunted houses relay their experiences and provide proof that something supernatural was living amongst them. Another episode examines the Salem Witch Trials, piecing together the bloody truth about what happened in those courtrooms and why. Other topics covered include the historical characters that share a little too much in common with popular monster stories, like vampires and Dr. Frankenstein. History Presents: Haunted Histories sheds some light on the shocking historical basis for many terrifying tales.moreless
  • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10