History’s “Grant” Debuts with 3.0 Million Total Viewers





History’s “Grant” Debuts with 3.0 Million Total Viewers, The Network’s Best Non-Fiction Miniseries Launch in Six Years and #2 Miniseries Launch of the Year in All of Cable
History spins the numbers for Monday, May 25.
[via press release from History]
HISTORY’S “GRANT” DEBUTS WITH 3.0 MILLION TOTAL VIEWERS, THE NETWORK’S BEST NON-FICTION MINISERIES LAUNCH IN SIX YEARS AND #2 MINISERIES LAUNCH OF THE YEAR IN ALL OF CABLE

New York, NY – May 26, 2020 – HISTORY’s six-hour miniseries event “Grant” was historic in its Memorial Day premiere, delivering 3.0 million Total Viewers and marking the network’s best non-fiction miniseries launch in Total Viewers in six years, since HISTORY’s “The World Wars” in 2014, and the #2 miniseries launch of the year in all of cable behind ESPN’s “The Last Dance,” according to Nielsen Media Research. In key demos, “Grant” also delivered 581,000 Adults 25-54 and 439,000 Adults 18-49.

Executive produced by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and biographer Ron Chernow and Appian Way’s Jennifer Davisson and Leonardo DiCaprio and produced by RadicalMedia in association with global content leader Lionsgate, “Grant” chronicles the life of one of the most complex and underappreciated generals and presidents in U.S. history – Ulysses S. Grant. “Grant” continues tonight with Night 2 premiering at 9/8c on HISTORY.

“Grant” is the second premium presidential miniseries from HISTORY after “Washington,” which became the #1 miniseries on all of cable in nearly three years after its February 2020 premiere with 2.6 million Total Viewers.

“Grant” is produced for HISTORY(R) by Appian Way Productions and RadicalMedia in association with Lionsgate Television. Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson serve as executive producers for Appian Way Productions with Phillip Watson serving as co-executive producer. Jon Kamen, Dave Sirulnick, Justin Wilkes and Fisher Stevens serve as executive producers for RadicalMedia. Ron Chernow, Brian Volk-Weiss and Knute Walker also serve as executive producers. Malcolm Venville serves as director. Eli Lehrer, Mary E. Donahue and Jennifer Wagman are executive producers for HISTORY(R).

A+E Networks holds worldwide distribution rights for “Grant.”

About HISTORY(R)

HISTORY, a division of A+E Networks, is the premier destination for historical storytelling. From best-in-class documentary events, to a signature slate of industry leading nonfiction series and premium fact-based scripted programming, HISTORY serves as the most trustworthy source of informational entertainment in media. HISTORY has been named the #1 U.S. TV network in buzz for seven consecutive years by YouGov BrandIndex, and a top favorite TV network by Beta Research Corporation. For a deeper dive, visit history.com or follow @history on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.



History(R) Teams Up with Food Author and TV Personality Adam Richman





History(R) Teams Up with Food Author and TV Personality Adam Richman on Season Two of Hit Nonfiction Series “The Food That Built America” About Food Titans Who Helped Shape America
Richman will also host “American Made,” which will delve into the making of All-American products, detailing both the process of the craft and the inspiration behind the idea.

[via press release from History]
HISTORY(R) TEAMS UP WITH FOOD AUTHOR AND TV PERSONALITY ADAM RICHMAN ON SEASON TWO OF HIT NONFICTION SERIES ‘THE FOOD THAT BUILT AMERICA’ ABOUT FOOD TITANS WHO HELPED SHAPE AMERICA AND TO HOST NEW NONFICTION SERIES ‘AMERICAN MADE’ ( ABOUT THE INGENUITY BEHIND AMERICA’S GREATEST INVEN TIONS
New York, NY – May 7, 2020 – HISTORY is teaming up with food author, television personality and culinary entrepreneur, Adam Richman, for season two of its popular nonfiction series “The Food That Built America” about the food titans who shaped America, and to host new series “American Made” (working title) about the creation of America’s most groundbreaking inventions. After the success of its first season, which reached an impressive 18.8 million total viewers, season two of “The Food That Built America” will explore the incredible tales of innovation and rivalries behind more food industry tycoons and tell the stories behind some of America’s most loved and iconic brands such as Oreo, Kraft, McDonalds, Burger King, Cheetos and more. “American Made” hosted by Richman will celebrate American ingenuity by detailing how our nation’s products are made and showcasing both the process of the craft and the inspiration behind the idea taking viewers on a ride into the past, present and future. Season one will feed into America’s appetite, literally, and focus on the how? why? and where? items such as cheese, cookies, ice cream and beyond are made.

“At its core, HISTORY is known for providing information to our viewers that is as entertaining as it is enlightening, and we hope to do just that with these two series,” said Eli Lehrer, Executive Vice President and General Manager of HISTORY. “Both ‘The Food That Built America’ and ‘American Made’ represent the incredible imagination and grit of some of the greatest innovators and brands of this nation’s history while also feeding into our audience’s love of food. We hope the stories shared in both series sparks our viewer’s creativity and encourages them to lean into their own desire to build, create and better this world.”

“The more I learn about food, the more I realize that my favorite aspect has always been learning the root, origin, background and genesis of certain dishes and delicacies. I love the stories that food tells. As a longtime super-fan of the network, I’m beyond thrilled to partner with HISTORY on two series that speak to my passion of exploring the amazing stories of the edible world around us,” said Adam Richman, author and travel/food TV host. “I can guarantee you won’t look at many classic foods quite in the same way again. HISTORY has created two dynamic shows that pull the veil back on how and why certain brands and items that we know and love came to be, and has done it in a way that embraces the universal relatability and enjoyment of food. I’m truly honored that the network has trusted me to share these iconic food stories, and take them from their humble beginnings, through America’s grocery aisles, to viewer’s television screens.”

“The Food That Built America” – Season Two – 18 x 60 min
The series that introduced the world to the titans who invented, innovated, and propagated America’s food landscape, “The Food That Built America” is returning for season two. From producer Lucky 8, this season turns the lens on a new group of bold pioneers behind iconic food empires such as Oreos, Frito Lay, Reese’s, Pizza Hut, and more. Before these names became brands, they were conceived by brilliant, sometimes ruthless visionaries who revolutionized food and changed the culinary landscape of America forever. In addition to presenting fascinating facts and anecdotes about some of our country’s favorite brands, the series will also lean into America’s nostalgia for food and highlight the product inspiration and numerous trials, triumphs and tribulations endured by these food entrepreneurs whose grit and determination helped them persevere.

“American Made” – 8 x 60 min
From producer Six West MediaTM, HISTORY’s new series “American Made” hosted by food author and television personality, Adam Richman, will delve into the making of All-American products, detailing both the process of the craft and the inspiration behind the idea. From behemoth factory lines using expertly choreographed machines that create thousands of products a minute, to smaller, locally owned shops that rely on hands-on hard work and entrepreneurial know-how to make their merchandise, American ingenuity comes in all sizes.

Season one will explore the making of iconic products such as cheese, cookies and more. Through archival footage, engaging expert interviews, and on-site factory and small business visits, Richman will present the how? why? and where? of numerous products and the significance behind their invention and process.

In addition to “The Food That Built America” and “American Made,” this year, HISTORY is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a slate of premium programming, including “Washington” which averaged 2.2 million total viewers per night during its premiere, and upcoming three-part television event “Grant,” which will premiere on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25th at 9PM ET/PT, and portray one of the most complex and underappreciated generals and presidents in U.S. history — Ulysses S. Grant.

“The Food That Built America” is produced for HISTORY by Lucky 8. Kim Woodard, George Kralovansky, Greg Henry, Isaac Holub and Yoshi Stone serve as executive producers for Lucky 8. Jim Pasquarella and Mary E. Donahue serve as executive producers for HISTORY.

“American Made” is produced for HISTORY by the Six West MediaTM group. Steve Ascher, and Kristy Sabat are executive producers for the Six West MediaTM group. Jim Pasquarella and Mary E. Donahue serve as executive producers for HISTORY.

A+E Networks holds worldwide distribution rights for both “The Food That Built America” and “American Made.”

About HISTORY(R)
HISTORY, a division of A+E Networks, is the premier destination for historical storytelling. From best-in-class documentary events, to a signature slate of industry leading nonfiction series and premium fact-based scripted programming, HISTORY serves as the most trustworthy source of informational entertainment in media. HISTORY has been named the #1 U.S. TV network in buzz for seven consecutive years by YouGov BrandIndex, and a top favorite TV network by Beta Research Corporation. For a deeper dive, visit history.com or follow @history on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. For additional press materials visit the A+E Networks Press Center at http://press.aenetworks.com.



History(R) Announces Slate of Premium Historical Programming





History(R) Announces Slate of Premium Historical Programming
Highlights include “Lincoln,” “Theodore Roosevelt,” and “The Men Who Built America 2.”

[via press release from History]
HISTORY(R) ANNOUNCES SLATE OF PREMIUM HISTORICAL PROGRAMMING
NEW DOCUMENTARY SERIES WITH PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON
EVENT MINISERIES “LINCOLN” AND “THEODORE ROOSEVELT” WITH PULITZER PRIZE(R)-WINNING PRESIDENTIAL HISTORIAN DORIS KEARNS GOODWIN
MINISERIES EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY APPIAN WAY’S LEONARDO DICAPRIO AND JENNIFER DAVISSON

New York, NY – May 7, 2020 – HISTORY announced today a slate of premium historical programming, including a documentary series with President Bill Clinton that will explore the history of the American presidency and the struggle for a more perfect union. In addition, the network will continue to expand its partnerships with Appian Way, RadicalMedia and Pulitzer Prize(R)-winning Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin with the greenlight of three new miniseries events, “Lincoln,” “Theodore Roosevelt,” and “The Men Who Built America 2” (working titles).

HISTORY has ordered two presidential miniseries from executive producer Goodwin coming off the heels of “Washington,” which became the #1 miniseries on all of cable in nearly three years with 2.6 million total viewers. Based upon Goodwin’s most recent book, “Leadership: In Turbulent Times,” these projects include: “Lincoln” (working title), from Nutopia and Pastimes Productions, a sweeping, multi-layered biography of perhaps the most important president in U.S. history and “Theodore Roosevelt” (working title), executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio from RadicalMedia, Appian Way Productions and Pastimes Productions, which will provide a panoramic portrait of the first modern President of the United States. These presidential series are in addition to the previously announced six-hour miniseries event, “Grant,” executive produced by Pulitzer Prize(R)-winning author Ron Chernow, Jennifer Davisson, DiCaprio and RadicalMedia, in association with global content leader Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF.A, LGF.B) and directed by Malcolm Venville, which will premiere Memorial Day airing over three consecutive nights beginning on Sunday, May 25 at 9PM ET/PT on HISTORY.

Additionally, HISTORY has greenlit the second installment of its hit miniseries “The Men Who Built America 2” (working title), from Appian Way Productions and Stephen David Entertainment. Executive produced by DiCaprio, the three-part miniseries will profile titans such as Du Pont, Boeing, Chrysler and JP Morgan as their innovations created entirely new industries at a time when the country was in peril.

“HISTORY is doubling down on its commitment to invest in premium historical programming that showcases the compelling stories of those who have shaped our nation,” said Eli Lehrer, Executive Vice President and General Manager for HISTORY. “We are truly honored to grow our partnerships with present-day icons like President Clinton, Leo and Doris to utilize their unique insider perspectives to help bring these incredible stories to life.”

“Understanding our past provides a pathway for our future, which is why I’m so glad to be partnering again with HISTORY to tell the remarkable stories of some of our best past presidents,” Goodwin said. “To truly appreciate how Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt handled extreme national crises and overcame heart-wrenching personal adversities can reassure us that as trying as our situation is now today, our country and our people have endured and prevailed through other tremendously trying times.”

Upcoming programming slate includes the following:
“Lincoln” (working title) – 3 x 120 min
Executive produced by Doris Kearns Goodwin, one of the world’s foremost Abraham Lincoln experts, the three-part premium miniseries event “Lincoln” (working title) will be a sweeping, multi-layered biography of perhaps the most important president in U.S. history, the man of remarkable character who led the country during its bloodiest war and greatest crisis. From Lincoln’s impoverished childhood to his days as a young prairie lawyer and budding politician, through his unlikely election to the presidency and eventual assassination, the miniseries will offer surprising insights into a man most Americans think they know. The miniseries will weave together premium dramatic live action sequences and compelling expert interviews with a rich historical archive of rare photographs, prints, and original documents to provide a resonant, compelling and contemporary understanding of the President who saved the nation.

“Lincoln” (working title) is produced for HISTORY by Nutopia with Jane Root and Ben Goold serving as executive producers. Doris Kearns Goodwin and Beth Laski serve as executive producers for Pastimes Productions. Eli Lehrer, Mary E. Donahue and Jennifer Wagman are executive producers for HISTORY.

“Theodore Roosevelt” (working title) – 2 x 120 min
The two-part premium miniseries event on Theodore Roosevelt, the first modern President of the United States, will provide a rich, panoramic biography weaving Roosevelt’s captivating personal story while revealing little-known truths behind his expansive curiosity, restless spirit and the profound, lasting impact he has had on the country. Known as a Progressive reformer, Roosevelt was a man of fascinating contradictions: a passionate conservationist who also hunted; a friend and supporter of the common man, who also worked closely with Wall Street and robber barons; a scion of an elite family who yearned to be a cowboy. This miniseries will chart Roosevelt’s riveting journey and timely story, using premium dramatic live action sequences, his many writings, as well as rich archival sources and expert interviews.

“Theodore Roosevelt” (working title) is produced for HISTORY by RadicalMedia. Jon Kamen and Dave Sirulnick serve as executive producers for RadicalMedia. Doris Kearns Goodwin and Beth Laski serve as executive producers for Pastimes Productions. Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson serve as executive producers for Appian Way Productions. Knute Walker serves as showrunner. Eli Lehrer, Mary E. Donahue and Jennifer Wagman are executive producers for HISTORY.

“The Men Who Built America 2” (working title) – 3 x 120 min
“The Men Who Built America 2” (working title) is a miniseries event that chronicles the rise of industrial heavy hitters Du Pont, Boeing, Chrysler, JP Morgan Jr., Hughes, and FDR– the ruthless, innovative and cunning titans who created entirely new industries at a time when the country was in absolute peril. The Great Depression ravaged not only the economy, but also the American way of life. Out of that rubble, this new age of robber barons emerges to once again help lift America to new heights. From revolutionizing the automobile and erecting monuments and skyscrapers, to conquering human flight and leading the country to victory in World War II, they show that fortune favors the bold and together they not only resurrect the nation in a time of need, but ultimately band together to help defeat our country’s greatest enemy.

“The Men Who Built America 2” (working title) is produced for HISTORY by Stephen David Entertainment, a Banijay Group Company. Stephen David, Tim Kelly and Joey Allen serve as executive producers for Stephen David Entertainment. Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson serve as executive producers for Appian Way Productions. Phillip Watso serves as co-executive producer. Eli Lehrer, Mary E. Donahue and Zachary Behr are executive producers for HISTORY.

A+E Networks holds worldwide distribution rights for the above programs.
About HISTORY(R)
HISTORY, a division of A+E Networks, is the premier destination for historical storytelling. From best-in-class documentary events, to a signature slate of industry leading nonfiction series and premium fact-based scripted programming, HISTORY serves as the most trustworthy source of informational entertainment in media. HISTORY has been named the #1 U.S. TV network in buzz for seven consecutive years by YouGov BrandIndex, and a top favorite TV network by Beta Research Corporation. For a deeper dive, visit history.com or follow @history on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. For additional press materials visit the A+E Networks Press Center at http://press.aenetworks.com.



History(R) to Premiere Three-Night Television Event “Grant”





History(R) to Premiere Three-Night Television Event “Grant” Beginning Memorial Day at 9PM ET/PT
The television event will chronicle the life of one of the most complex and underappreciated generals and presidents in U.S. history – Ulysses S. Grant.

[via press release from History]
HISTORY(R) TO PREMIERE THREE-NIGHT TELEVISION EVENT “GRANT” BEGINNING MEMORIAL DAY AT 9PM ET/PT
NEW MINISERIES IS EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY APPIAN WAY’S LEONARDO DICAPRIO AND JENNIFER DAVISSON, PULITZER PRIZE(R)-WINNING AUTHOR RON CHERNOW AND RADICALMEDIA IN ASSOCIATION WITH LIONSGATE TELEVISION

New York, NY – April 22, 2020 – HISTORY announced today that its six-hour miniseries event, “Grant,” executive produced by Pulitzer Prize-winning author and biographer Ron Chernow and Appian Way’s Jennifer Davisson and Leonardo DiCaprio and produced by RadicalMedia in association with global content leader Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF.A, LGF.B) will premiere Memorial Day and air over three consecutive nights beginning Monday, May 25 at 9PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The television event will chronicle the life of one of the most complex and underappreciated generals and presidents in U.S. history – Ulysses S. Grant. The network has released the first epic trailer: Click Here For Official Trailer
“Ulysses S. Grant is one of our most brilliant, yet misunderstood presidents and HISTORY is committed to telling the compelling stories, like his, of those who have shaped our great nation,” said Eli Lehrer, Executive Vice President and General Manager for HISTORY. “This is an important part of American history that deserves to be told and we look forward to delivering our latest premium core history documentary series to our audience.”
At the time of his death, Ulysses S. Grant was the most famous man in the world and stood alongside men like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln in the pantheon of American heroes. However, today Grant is largely forgotten, his rightful legacy tarnished by a fog of myth, rumor and falsehood. The three-night miniseries event, “Grant,” tells the remarkable and quintessentially American story of a humble man who overcomes incredible obstacles, rises to the highest ranks of power and saves the nation not once, but twice. With a seamless blend of dramatic scenes, expert commentary and beautifully enhanced archival imagery, this series uncovers the true legacy of the unlikely hero who led the nation during its greatest tests: The Civil War and then Reconstruction – the herculean task of reconciling the North and the South. During this time, Grant acted as a pillar of strength when our country suffered its greatest-ever loss of American life. One of the most courageous and unexpected initiatives of Grant’s presidency was protecting the right to vote for the four million formerly enslaved people freed at the end of the war in the face of violent and widespread resistance. “Grant” features on-camera interviews with top experts in the field including Ron Chernow, retired United States Army General and former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director David Petraeus, acclaimed author and journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates and professor of English at West Point Elizabeth Samet to name a few.
“Grant” is the second premium presidential miniseries from HISTORY and will air off the heels of “Washington,” which became the #1 miniseries on all of cable in nearly three years with 2.6 million total viewers.
“Grant” is produced for HISTORY(R) by Appian Way Productions and RadicalMedia in association with Lionsgate Television. Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson serve as executive producers for Appian Way Productions with Phillip Watson serving as co-executive producer. Jon Kamen, Dave Sirulnick, Justin Wilkes and Fisher Stevens serve as executive producers for RadicalMedia. Ron Chernow and Brian Volk-Weiss also serve as executive producers. Eli Lehrer, Mary E. Donahue and Jennifer Wagman are executive producers for HISTORY(R).
A+E Networks holds worldwide distribution rights for “Grant.”
About HISTORY(R)
HISTORY, a division of A+E Networks, is the premier destination for historical storytelling. From best-in-class documentary events, to a signature slate of industry leading nonfiction series and premium fact-based scripted programming, HISTORY serves as the most trustworthy source of informational entertainment in media. HISTORY has been named the #1 U.S. TV network in buzz for seven consecutive years by YouGov BrandIndex, and a top favorite TV network by Beta Research Corporation. For a deeper dive, visit history.com or follow @history on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.



History(R) Announces “History at Home” Providing Free History Lessons





History(R) Announces “History at Home” Providing Free History Lessons for Families Available Across Network’s Social Media Platforms Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
These brief history lessons will deliver fun, educational content formatted in a way that will teach, inspire and motivate children during this time of uncertainty.

[via press release from History]
HISTORY(R) ANNOUNCES “HISTORY AT HOME” PROVIDING FREE HISTORY LESSONS FOR FAMILIES AVAILABLE ACROSS NETWORK’S SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY
CAMPAIGN LAUNCHES TODAY WITH BEST-SELLING AUTHOR MAX BROOKS EDUCATING KIDS ABOUT THE ORIGINS OF HANDWASHING WITH ADDITIONAL VIDEOS TO BE HOSTED BY A DIVERSE ROSTER OF GUEST PRESENTERS INCLUDING LAURENCE FISHBURNE, PADMA LAKSHMI, BILLIE JEAN KING, DAN ABRAMS AND MORE

New York, NY – April 20, 2020 – HISTORY announces today “HISTORY at Home,” a free video series available every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 a.m. ET across the network’s digital and social media platforms – @HISTORY Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube and history.com – for families during this time of distance learning. These brief history lessons will deliver fun, educational content formatted in a way that will teach, inspire and motivate children during this time of uncertainty. Led by a diverse roster of presenters, the first lesson kicks off today with best-selling author Max Brooks (World War Z) educating parents and children on the timely topics of the origins of washing your hands and the history of germs and micro-biology.
In addition to Brooks, HISTORY has tapped a collection of presenters to personally deliver history lessons that they are passionate about, using their own unique perspective and voice. Hosts include: Academy Award(R) nominee and Emmy Award(R) winner Laurence Fishburne (“black-ish,” John Wick, The Matrix, Apocalypse Now and Boyz N The Hood), television host/executive producer, New York Times best-selling author and activist Padma Lakshmi (Love, Loss, and What We Ate: A Memoir), sports icon and equality activist Billie Jean King, host of A&E’s “Live PD,” ABC News’ Chief Legal Analyst and best-selling author Dan Abrams, “Entertainment Tonight” host Kevin Frazier, #1 New York Times best-selling author Brad Meltzer (I Am Leonardo da Vinci, The Lincoln Conspiracy), 10-year-old presidential expert Macey Hensley known from her regular appearances on “Ellen,” American artist John Bukaty, actor and host Brian Unger (“How the States Got Their Shapes”), “The History Guy,” Youtuber Lance Geiger and American Battlefield Trust Chief Historian Garry Adelman.
Themes of the lessons will be motivating, thought-provoking and hopeful. Some topics will provide perspective about what’s going on today such as the history of soap, hospital ships, nursing and toilet paper, while other lessons will address a broader range of historical topics such as obscure U.S. Presidents like Zachary Taylor, the secrets of Leonardo da Vinci, aviator Bessie Coleman and how the states got their shapes.
“We are currently experiencing an unprecedented moment in history,” said Dr. Kimberly Gilmore, Chief Historian for HISTORY. “Our brand has the ability to harness its vast archive of historical content, while also delivering engaging and thought-provoking educational experiences during this intense time for both children and parents. History always gives us perspective and context to find a way forward. We hope ‘HISTORY at Home’ will provide uplifting moments of inspiration and positivity as we all get through this pandemic together.”
These digestible history videos will be available on @HISTORY Facebook, IGTV, Twitter, YouTube and history.com. Easy and engaging lesson plans to match the themes of the videos will be provided on history.com at https://www.history.com/activities after each lesson and users will be encouraged to share their own activities by uploading personal videos and pictures for an opportunity to be featured as HISTORY’s “Student of the Week.” Also, historically-themed quizzes will post daily to HISTORY’s Instagram and Twitter providing a light-hearted, interactive means to engage and educate both kids and parents alike.
Additionally, more than 100 episodes of educational programming organized around 10 core curriculum topics and curated with study materials, text stories and short-form video is available at https://www.history.com/history-at-home. HISTORY is also offering one-month free trials of HISTORY Vault , which features over 2000 hours of premium historical content including documentaries, series and specials all commercial-free.
About HISTORY(R)
HISTORY, a division of A+E Networks, is the premier destination for historical storytelling. From best-in-class documentary events, to a signature slate of industry leading nonfiction series and premium fact-based scripted programming, HISTORY serves as the most trustworthy source of informational entertainment in media. HISTORY has been named the #1 U.S. TV network in buzz for seven consecutive years by YouGov BrandIndex, and a top favorite TV network by Beta Research Corporation. For a deeper dive, visit history.com or follow @history on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.