This February, History excites and surprises with shows that will have viewers glued to their screen
Go back in time and uncover the mysteries of God’s Holy Warriors of the Middle Ages every Thursday at 9:55 p.m.. The new series Buried: Knights Templar and the Holy Grail premieres Feb. 15 to take us on a wild ride as two former military men, Mikey Kaye and Garth Baldwin, investigate the 700-year old mystery of what happened to the Knights Templar and the Holy Grail.
Then on Feb. 21, Wednesday at 9:55 p.m., a new season of the chilling Hunting Hitler comes to the screen. Season 3 continues to follow Bob Bar, this time as he and his team enlist the help of a terrorist targeting expert with evidence from actual captured Nazi escapees to illustrate the vast Nazi network and how Hitler escaped.
Mystery lovers will not be able to change the channel once The Curse of Oak Island comes back. A special episode, The Curse of Oak Island: The Journey so Far, kicks off the fifth season on Feb. 21 at 9:55 p.m.. Then the season begins on Feb. 28, and will air every Wednesday at 10:50 p.m.. Follow the series as its stars, the Lagrima brothers from Michigan, continues to explore and dig into the island of enigma off the coast of Nova Scotia to discover why it has been a subject of so much mystery since the 1700s.
More binge-worthy TV is coming this month with Manson Speaks: Inside the Mind of a Madman. The two-part special happening 9 p.m. on Fridays, Feb. 2 and 9, attempts to connect the infamous criminal and his family to an unsolved murder. LAPD Cold Case detective Cliff Shepard and researcher Charlie Cook take on the case, hearing from witnesses and gathering new evidence.
Airing on Feb. 9, Friday at 9 p.m., Lionheart is a show about wildlife conservationist Simba and how he traveled from China to Kenya to save the lions who are being hunted. Of course, everyone’s favorite pawnshop owners return in Pawnstars season 19. Don’t miss the premiere on Feb. 26, Monday at 9:55 p.m., as Rick and Chumlee head to the Sunshine State to check out a vintage yacht.