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Roots TV Series

In my before last post, I told you about a new Roots miniseries (a remake of the 1977 Roots TV series) that will premiere on HISTORY® this May/June—depending on where you are watching from. Let me tell you a little more about it today. The new star-studded Roots premieres on television this May/June. It will first air on May 30 (Memorial Day) in the United States and June 15 for most other viewers. Some of the series’ filming took place in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. This dramatic, historical portrait of American slavery, recounting the journey of one family and their will to survive and ultimately carry on … Continue reading Roots TV Series

Barbarians (Miniseries): Rome Didn’t Fall in a Day

Are you looking for more information on the Barbarians (miniseries)? If so, you have come to the right place. Read on and I will tell you all about it.  Do you love Greco-Roman history? Are you one of those people who enjoys epic Greco-Roman movies like 300 and Alexander? If you do, and have access to History®, then you are in for a great treat this year because History® has commissioned an 8-part docu-drama chronicling the 700-year struggle to bring about the fall of the Roman Empire and will be airing it this year. The name of the series? Barbarians Rising. Barbarians … Continue reading Barbarians (Miniseries): Rome Didn’t Fall in a Day