Producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett have enlisted literal armies of fine actors, three excellent directors, and judicious selection of Old and New Testament episodes for this “epic miniseries.” While there is occasional unevenness in the picture quality, this huge undertaking succeeds where some of its biblical predecessors have failed in delivering an effective dramatic whole.
The History Channel’s The Men Who Built America is another historical mini-series from the cable network that fails to live up to its ambitious title.
The History Channel’s documentary mini-series Mankind: The Story of All of Us doesn’t live uo to its name, instead offering no more than a Eurocentric, popcorn history of the world with glaring omissions and major flaws in reasoning.
History Channel collects three of their most compelling 3D history documentaries into one gift-able package for the holiday season with History in 3D.
The History Channel’s The Universe in 3D offers three episodes in 3D allowing fans of the series to immerse themselves in the wonder of space even further.
Alien visitations, flying machines, and buried alien bodies are all speculated upon in this collection that brings together the first episode from all four seasons of this History Channel series.
Spectacular underwater 3D imagery of the Titanic wreckage is the true reason to watch this brief documentary from The History Channel.
The History Channel tackles 13.7 billion years of history in just under 90-minutes in this entertaining, but casual, look at the history of the world.
The Universe: Season Six shifts the focus of the series from hard science to science fiction, pop-science, and religion in what it the most disappointing season yet for The History Channel’s popular science series franchise.
The History Channel’s documentary on the Vietnam War is not perfect, but it is filled with spectacular footage of the conflict and a first person perspective from the people who lived through it.