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Just to be clear, Whitey is not Whitney, though there really is only an "n" to differentiate the two titles. Whitney's an NBC comedy series that has nothing to do with David Koechner's A+E Networks comedy pilot Whitey. I say this in case anyone else finds themselves reading Whitney when they see Whitey. Moving on, Trading Spaces' Paige Davis has been cast to star opposite Koechner in the new pilot...
Later this year, A&E, Lifetime and History will air Bonnie & Clyde, the two-night miniseries event that will simulcast on all three networks. In anticipation of that and in acknowledgement of the 79th anniversary of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow's death on May 23, 1934, they're giving us our first looks at the two lead characters in this story. Take a look at Emile Hirsche and Holliday Grainger as the title characters that make up the legendary 1930s couple, who grabbed the nation's attention with their crime spree.
Each season, the men and women of Ice Road Truckers battle the elements to bring supplies across frozen lakes and sometimes hard, snow-covered ground. The team finished out Season 6 last fall, but The History Channel announced on Monday that the truckers will be returning for a brand new season, and the series will begin airing new episodes sooner than you might think
David Koechner is reportedly attached to star in a half-hour comedy project, which may end up airing on the History channel, of all places. A year or two ago, we might have thought it odd to imagine a comedy series airing on History, but the cable channel has been branching out into the scripted programming market, to much acclaim and ratings success, so it may just be a matter of time before they throw comedy into the mix. And what better way to do that than with Koechner - known for his role in The Office and Anchorman, among other things - in a starring role?
The History Channel is gearing up to bring us a new look at the heroes of the American Revolution. The network is looking to continue it’s success in the scripted programming arena with Sons of Liberty, a miniseries that will focus on such legendary figures in U.S. history as Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, John Adams and Benedict Arnold, among others.
History seems to know when it has a good thing going. The network has had major success with two miniseries, The Bible and Hatfields & McCoys, so it's not particularly surprising that the cable channel would want to continue to explore the format with other stories. In the case of its next multi-hour project, it's the story of celebrated illusionist and escape artist Harry Houdini. Adrien Brody will star in the project.
History Channel just had a seriously big weekend, proving that some of the oldest and most told stories around are still interesting to viewers. Both Vikings and The Bible both premiered to strong numbers, making History’s first foray into scripted television and their in-depth look at the Bible’s best-loved stories both a huge success.
Clear your schedules Amazon Prime subscribers. The internet store's subscription service has reportedly inked a deal with A+E Networks to include their series on the site's Prime streaming video service. For paying subscribers of Amazon Prime, that means the opportunity to marathon all of the Dance Moms and Storage Wars they can handle.
Apty titled We Hate Paul Revere, the project is actually a comedy set in colonial times. In the project, two brothers will be living in Boston, which gives them plenty of access into what Revere, as a silversmith and an activist, is up to. While many of us would probably think it would be cool to run into the man responsible for the famed ‘midnight ride,’ the Boston brothers simply can’t stand the man.
History is about to explore the story of mankind with their new six-part miniseries, set to premiere tomorrow night. Mankind The Story of All of Us delves into the history of the human race, from the days of hunting and gathering through the eras that followed, exploring humanity from a historical perspective to see how the species has survived through the centuries.
Set to premiere later this fall is History's 12-hour/6-night TV event Mankind The Story Of Al Of Us. Today, the channel that brought us Gettysburg, America The Story of Us, Hatfields & McCoys, Vietnam in HD and 102 Minutes That Changed America, announced that Josh Brolin would be narrating their latest endeavor, which chronicles the history of man.
History channel is giving the Las Vegas car flipper who regularly pops by their series Pawn Stars a show of his own. Danny “The Count” Koker will get to do what he does best for the cameras – find, restore, and flip cars for profit. The show will follow the restoration and modification of a wide range of classic cars.
Great Lake Warriors is set to premiere on July 19. The upcoming program will follow Captains and other tugboat operators as they chug around Lake Superior and Lake Michigan in the months nearing winter, where cargo is precious and the stakes are high. If the men make it across the storm-laden waters, a lucrative deal and glory await. However, in waters that have claimed as many as 30,000 lives, the tug business is dangerous indeed.
During its first run at 9 p.m. ET Monday, the first segment of the miniseries brought in a whopping 13.9 million viewers, which also translates into a 4.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic. After its second run, the program ended up pulling in over 17 million total viewers for the night.
History has decided to take viewers way back in time, to a world where Viking Ragnar Lothbrok worked hard to become King of the Viking tribes. The historical drama was created, produced, and written by Elizabeth and The Tudors writer Michael Hirst alongside a slew of other producers, including Morgan O’Sullivan, John Weber, Sherry Marsh, Alan Gasmer, James Flynn, and Sheila Hockin. Vikings will follow the raids and explorations of Lothbrok as well as the lives of his family and the important members of his Viking troup.