The End of the History Channel as We Know It?

It has been a few years since the History Channel actually wanted anything to do with history. They swapped out serious programming for Pawn Stars, American Pickers, Swamp People, Ax Men, and the like a long time ago. However, their sister network H2 still remained with a tiny shred of credibility, as most history-oriented shows…

Smithsonian Giving Us what the History Channel Used To

No aliens, rednecks, rusty cars, Bigfoot, or swamp rats here. The Smithsonian Channel is giving us what the History Channel should be. It was a total joy when I finally started watching their programming last week, after hearing about how good it was for years. As I sat there, I thought to myself, “This is…

“How Sex Changed the World” is H2’s New Gem of Programming

No, I’m not being sarcastic… There is way too much sex on television nowadays, everyone knows that, so if our rather large, high-definition screens are going to be filled with skin, it might as well be for the sake of education. You all know my thoughts on the History Channel and sister-network H2, so you…

History Channel’s “Chasing Tail”: Are You Kidding Me?

The only thing more prevalent on television nowadays than sexual innuendo is stupidity, or in the case of the History Channel, irrelevance…or maybe both? Just when you thought the network may have been turning over a new leaf with scripted dramas such as The Bible and Vikings, and a powerful documentary series, The Men Who…

History Channel’s “Serial Killer Earth”: More Mindless Nonsense

Ah, the latest from our friends at the History Channel and family! While I can happily report that this new show has nothing to do with aliens, bigfoot, Mayans, or doomsday destruction, it also most certainly has nothing to do with history. Shocker there! Titled Serial Killer Earth, this installment does not give us insight…

Interview with TV Show Host Bobby Bognar

Have you ever wondered what kind of technology goes into making our favorite foods? What about the ingredients included, or where it is shipped from? Enter Bobby Bognar, the host of the fast-paced and informative program on the History Channel called Food Tech. Airing back in 2010, the show was given a lot of air…