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…

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…

What History is Left on the History Channel?

It seems that the History Channel has been the brunt of jokes since time immemorial, whether it was when people dubbed it the “Hitler Channel”, due to their seemingly 24-hours-a-day broadcasting of all things Adolf, or in more recent years, their featuring of endless specials on the Mayan Doomsday and how aliens are responsible for…

History Channel “Classic” DVD Sets Bring Back Network’s Glory Days

Remember the days when the History Channel wasn’t so focused on Armageddon, the end of humanity, aliens and Freemason world domination conspiracies? Remember when it was one of the more respectable networks, that focused on World War II, Ancient, and American history? Well, thanks to a recent release of DVD sets, now you can relive…

History Channel’s “Chasing Mummies” is Chasing Bad Ratings

When I first caught an episode of the History Channel’s newest and biggest series, Chasing Mummies, it was a re-broadcast of the series premiere being played at around two o’clock in the morning. I was very tired and drifting in and out of consciousness, but from what I saw, I enjoyed it. Then a few…

History International is a Hidden Gem of a Channel

Does everyone remember the good old History Channel days? You know, the ones where it was non-stop Adolf Hitler and World War II for twenty hours and then infomercials for the other four? Those days have long since vanished, and the History Channel, like pretty much everything else in this world, is slowly sliding into…