What To Watch On History Channel This January

What To Watch On History Channel This January


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Pawn Stars Do America

Tuesdays at 9 EP 

The cast of Pawn Stars are back and hitting the road to visit some of America’s most exciting places for historical finds and collectibles. Follow Rick Harrison, Corey Harrison and Austin “Chumlee” Russell as they step out of the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas and hit the road to purchase items directly from the source. Viewers will not only lay eyes on insanely cool items but experience the franchise in a new way. 


Saturdays at 9 and 10 EP, starting Jan. 21

From award-winning filmmaker Joe Berlinger comes a six-part docuseries exploring the danger and power of conspiracy theories. Inspired by The Atlantic magazine, this show investigates the increasingly harmful influence that conspiracy theories have on mainstream societies and its alarming ways. Berlinger sends documentary teams to investigate theories, including an anti-vaccine influencer promoting a fake cure for COVID-19, a woman facing 20 years in prison for her alleged role in the January 6 riots and more. 

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Dirty Old Cars

Wednesdays at 10/10:30 EP, starting Jan. 25 

Follow three of the best teams from across the United States as they specialize in hunting down lost cars, bringing them back to the showroom and flipping them for a profit. With classic cars trapped in barns, garages and warehouses — covered in mold, debris and grime, they seem to have lost their beauty until someone recognizes these lost treasures and turns these “beasts” back into beauties. 

Swamp People (Season 14)

Thursdays at 9 EP, starting Jan. 26 

Season 14 of Swamp People is back and the swampers of Louisiana face a brand-new challenge. 500 prime gator tags are at stake for next season, but to get them, gator hunters must compete now. This year, the large landowners who hold the tags made it clear they’re only willing to work with hunters who can land the biggest alligators this year. Whoever lands these prime tags could also dethrone the king of the swamp. Who will win and who will lose?

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Swamp People: Serpent Invasion (Season 3)

Thursdays at 10 EP, starting Jan. 26

In season three of Swamp People: Serpent Invasion the Florida Everglades are being invaded by Burmese pythons. Incredibly fast at breeding and super aggressive, these pythons have no natural predators to stop them. Join Louisiana’s best hunters — “King of the Swamp” Troy Landry, his son Chase, gator hunter Bruce Mitchell and fish wrangler Zak Catchem — as they step up to help resolve the problem, along with snake hunter Bill Booth, the team will dive deep in the Everglades to capture these reptiles.