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History Specials, All-Time Best SellersTV-14Closed Captioning

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This collection of our All-Time Best Sellers re-creates history’s most compelling events from the fall of Rome through centuries of brutal Christian Crusades, and plunges you into the depths of its bleakest moments from the Dark Ages to the Plague. Through HISTORY®’s groundbreaking storytelling, take a tour de force through humankind’s most incredible and dramatic moments.

Customer Reviews

Best season ever!

I'm a history major deciding on what subject to pick, and this showed me what to pick! This is the best history channel season out of all of them, mainly because it's six episodes for 4.99. That's incredibly cheap compared to the single episodes it sells, which costs 3.99 per episode. I wish the history channel would sell cheap seasons like this one. If they did, I'd buy them all! And if they had a show on Mesopotamia and other early civilizations, I'd love it if they put them on iTunes so I could buy them too!

Doesn't get much worse than this...

I got "America's Doomsday Plan." From the moment it started until the credits rolled, I watched in utter disbelief that the makers of this tripe took themselves seriously enough to produce it. Talk about overhyped nonsense! The voiceover artist sounded like Phil Hartman's Lionel Lutz, attorney-at-law, except even sleazier. The whole delivery is overly-dramatic and occasionally leering. Imagine having to watch a 45 minute movie trailer for a dark, dramatic movie about terrorism. Maybe that'll give you clue.

When some random radio talk show host is hailed as an expert, you know something's weird.
Seems like the whole production was brought to you by Bill Kristol and the gang at The Heritage Foundation, and sponsored by Fear.