The Rod Serling and Leonard Nimoy-hosted paranormal series from the 1970s is coming back—again.
A review of the History Channel’s new series American Ripper, which explores the theory that Chicago serial killer H.H. Holmes was also Jack the Ripper.
An interview with Rich and Marty Lagina, the stars of History’s The Curse of Oak Island, who talk about the show’s editing and their search for treasure.
Gabe Rygaard, one of the stars of History Channel’s now-cancelled Ax Men, was killed in a car accident Sept. 16. He was not wearing a seat belt.
The History Channel has cancelled Top Gear USA. But the show’s producer and co-host suggest it may end up on another network sometime soon.
Swamp People star Mitchell Guist died Monday of natural causes, according to an autopsy. He’ll be buried Saturday, which would have been his 48th birthday, and fans are invited. The Baton Rouge Advocate reports that “Ascension Parish Sheriff Jeff Wiley said the parish coroner, Dr. John Fraiche, determined from preliminary autopsy findings that the star… continue reading
The History Channel’s reality shows have propelled the network to become the fifth-most popular network on cable, behind only USA, Disney, TNT, and ESPN; last year, it was number eight. Pawn Stars, which is getting a spin-off, is largely responsible for that growth. While the network is planning to air some scripted shows, its brand… continue reading
The History Channel is casting for a new reality competition that will feature jousting in armor. Full Metal Jousting is described as a “hard-hitting competition [that] will recreate the raw, crushing force of hardcore jousting battles by arming 16 fierce competitors with lances, armor and a 2,000-pound war horse,” with the winner receiving $100,000. Besides… continue reading
Survivor and The Voice producer Mark Burnett is producing a show about the Bible: a five-episode, 10-hour scripted miniseries for the History Channel that he developed along with his wife, Touched By An Angel’s Roma Downey. That the History Channel is now producing a series about a book that is not quite an accurate account… continue reading
The History Channel is capitalizing on Survivor Redemption Island star Rob Mariano’s popularity and has hired him to star in a new reality series called Around the World in 80 Ways, on which he’ll travel around the world again, having done so twice already on The Amazing Race. On the 10-episode series, produced by Thom… continue reading