Every HISTORY Show You Can Binge Watch Now
As we find ourselves spending more time indoors, we may finally have the perfect opportunity to catch up on our favourite shows. From series available on History.ca, STACKTV with Amazon Prime Video Channels, the Global TV app, or History on TV with a cable package, these are the shows worth binging on with the whole family. Here’s how to find the best fit, based on your mood:
In the mood for adventure? Explore ALONE and ALONE: THE BEAST
ALONE follows 10 survivalists as they fight to stay alive while in an isolated location. ALONE: THE BEAST leaves three total strangers in remote wilderness with no tools or modern amenities…See what happens. Watch Alone now. Watch Alone: The Beast now.
Feeling creative? Try Forged in Fire
Get inspiration for your next DIY project with these four bladesmiths as they compete in a weapons forging competition for a chance to win the ultimate prize. Watch Forged in Fire now.
Want to be part of a shield wall? Catch up on Vikings Seasons 4, 5 and 6
Ragnar Lothbrok is fighting a different kind of battle in this extraordinarily complex and violent Norsemen saga. Watch Vikings now.
Need some edutainment for the learners? Don’t miss History Erased
Celebrate and explore great innovations and achievements by imagining what our world would be like if we never had them. Watch History Erased.
Mad about mysteries? Discover The Curse of Oak Island
Follow brothers Rick and Marty Lagina as they pursue their lifelong dream of solving the 223-year Oak Island mystery. Will they succeed? Watch The Curse of Oak Island now.
Curious about conspiracy theories? Catch Project Blue Book and Ancient Aliens
Project Blue Book pairs a tough US Air Force officer and a skeptical scientist as they investigate UFO and alien conspiracies in this Cold War-set drama. Watch Project Blue Book now.
In Ancient Aliens, historians and experts investigate past events, legends and mysterious texts that may contain proof of contact between humans and extraterrestrials. Watch Ancient Aliens now.
Miss the great outdoors? Saddle up with the The Wild Ones
This thrilling documentary series follows an exceptional team of Xeni Gwet’in First Nation cowboys as they race to save the majestic herd of wild Qayus horses. Watch The Wild Ones now.