When I was a kid I was always upset that the History Channel was focused on World War II. Every hour of every day was almost exclusively WW2 programming in the 90s. Had I known what that channel would have become today I would have been more appreciative at the time.
Guys, if we don't learn from history channel we are doomed to repeat history channel.
When did the history channel jump the shark? I tried watching that treasure show where those Canadians are digging for the holy grail. What a fucking joke. The do a highlight package for what’s coming up in 3 minutes. Then after commercial there’s a recap of what happened before the break. Then another ‘coming up’ highlight before the next commercial. Also in 4 seasons they’ve found a couple weird coins and some bones. Fingers crossed for that Holy Grail. Season 35.
Don't worry, I'm sure they'll throw some Pawn Stars in there somewhere.
Ouch! It took an uncomfortably long time for my *sarcasm/irony* alarm to flash.
He liked OG Star Trek, so you could at least run that
Not sure why you go to the History Channel for any historical programming. I gave up on them 15 years ago. Nat Geo's where it's at, for the moment. Getting dangerously close to too much reality tv as well.