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Dive into stories that changed the world with History Hit TV

Travel back in time via podcasts, documentaries, films, and more.

Jul 16, 2020, 10:47 am

Internet Culture

Lauren Forgione 

Lauren Forgione

Whether you’ve always been a history buff or you’re recently realizing there’s a whole lot to learn about where we’ve been as a population, having access to great content about significant events across the globe is a blessing. History Hit TV Streaming Service brings you the stories that shaped the world through live events, an award-winning podcast network, and their new online-only history channel.

With a growing library of documentaries, interviews, films, and more, History Hit adds new content every week that will help you travel back in time to explore how we (and everyone else) got to where we are today. You’ll find a mixture of original programming and licensed shows that you can watch on Apple TV, desktops, and on mobile devices.

Featured in Forbes and boasting 150k+ Facebook fans, History Hit TV offers categories broken down into a timeline: ancient and classical times, the Middle Ages, the early modern era, the Age of Revolution, the Victorian era, the 20th century, and the information age. This makes it super easy to focus on what you’re most interested in, whether that’s the Romans, Tintagel Castle, the Great Fire of London, the death of Jane Austen, Jack the Ripper, World War I, International Women’s Day, or just about anything else.

You’ll be so entertained by what you’re watching, you’ll hardly notice all the educational information you’re absorbing, but it’s sure to come in handy at your next virtual trivia night or Facebook argument with Uncle Gary.

A 2-year subscription to History Hit TV Streaming Service is half-off right now at $49.99. You can save even more with a 3-year membership (the best value at 60% off) or be frugal with the 1-year offer that’s 20% off.

Prices subject to change. 

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*First Published: Jul 16, 2020, 10:47 am