This month on HISTORY™, uncover answers to the most mysterious, and mind-boggling questions about the makings of infamous crimes, buried treasure in a cursed island, secret missions, and so much more.
Dive into the swamplands of Louisiana and find the hidden world of the Swamp People. In season 9, witness how the swampers try to shed bad habits, save their collapsing alligator hunting industry, and make life-changing decisions every Thursdays, at 10:50 p.m..
Then revisit some of the most heinous crimes in season 2 of Crimes that Shocked Asia on April 28 at 8:05 p.m.. In this episode called A Mother’s Nightmare, uncover the most terrifying murder cases where suspects kill for no reason but for the pure thrill of taking human life.
If you’re still wondering how the most notorious crimes come about, catch the new season of Evil Genius every Saturday, at 7:10 p.m..and discover how criminal masterminds outsmart the law as they orchestrate bank heists and take down a major airport.
Hit series Pawn Stars returns with brand-new episodes. Get to see how the Richard, Rick, and Corey look into a statue with a six-figure price tag, a signed Winston Churchill Letter, and a custom vintage car.
Then catch season 4 of Forged in Fire featuring all new challenges that sets the bar to unimaginable heights as fan favorite bladesmiths return for a second shot at victory. And for the first time ever, both masters and apprentices will team up to fight for the championship.
Don’t miss out on the new series Tactical Sunday every Sunday at 9:00 p.m.. Inspired by real missions of SEAL Team Six, the series depicts emotional truths of what it means to be in the elite special forces, including making life and death decisions to protect one another and their country.
While in Storage Wars, bidders wait anxiously for what’s behind each storage unit. In season 11, beginning April 24, Tuesdays 9:00 p.m., witness how two bidders get baited into a massive a locker, while another bidder’s mystery box gets mislabeled.
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