What to Watch on History This January

What to Watch on History This January


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The Curse of Oak Island (Season 11)

Sundays 10 EP

The hit series, The Curse of Oak Island returns for season 11. With their boldest plans yet to solve the 228-year-old treasure mystery, Rick and Marty Lagina – alongside their talented team – are back like never before. They focus their dig efforts within the infamous Money Pit, Lot 5 and beyond, while stunning discoveries continue on Oak Island. Additionally, the team’s research leads them to embark on the most monumental journey overseas yet. This alone will offer new and shocking evidence that could finally connect the Knights Templar to this centuries-long tale.

Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters (Season 2)

Tuesdays 10 EP

Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters follows a team of passionate deep sea wreck divers and historians investigating the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle and why hundreds of ships and planes have vanished without a trace. Each week is a detective hunt as the team follows clues and dives mystery wrecks hoping to identify them and close the case on why they disappeared. In 2022, the team made international headlines when it found a large piece of debris from the Space Shuttle Challenger –- a disaster that happened outside the Bermuda Triangle. They’ve now set their sights on a new set of wreck targets that they hope will solve some of the biggest, deepest, most perplexing mysteries of the missing in these dreaded waters.

See also: ‘The Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters’ Stars Wayne Abbott and David O’Keefe Discuss Their Historic NASA Discovery – and More Wrecks

UnBelieveable with Dan Aykroyd

Fridays 10 EP

Starring Dan Aykroyd, UnBelievable is the wildly entertaining and smart series that digs up the weirdest people, places, objects, and events in human history. Each 60-minute episode features multiple stories – think UnXplained for bizarre wonders. Take cover from Boston’s Great Molasses Flood of 1919, where a 2 million gallon tidal wave of syrup demolished a neighbourhood. Squirm to the true history of the tonsil guillotine (exactly what it sounds like) which people in the 1800s used for self-administered tonsillectomies. Ouch! And marvel at FDR’s batty plan to secretly bomb Japan in WW2 with – what else? – bats.

Mountain Men: Alaska

Thursdays at 10 EP, starting Jan. 4

Mountain Men: Alaska is a new spinoff that focuses on those brave enough to live off-grid in America’s last frontier. Alaska automatically conjures up a sense of awe in all of us: bigger than Texas, California, and Montana combined, everything is also more dangerous and more extreme. Despite the risks, a rare breed of men and women still heed the call to this remote land and leave the rest of us in the modern world amazed at the courage, skills, and stamina it takes to survive in the great far north of Alaska. 

Pawn Stars Do America (Season 2)

Wednesdays at 9 EP, starting Jan. 3

The Pawn Stars are back on the road, crisscrossing the nation in search of historical finds and impressive objects. Each two-hour episode of Pawn Stars Do America will follow Rick Harrison, Corey Harrison and Austin “Chumlee” Russell as they check out some of America’s most amazing cities, connecting with fans and picking up the coolest items along the way.