History Hit TV Is Like Netflix for History Buffs, and Subscriptions Are Discounted Today
If you can't get enough history documentaries, books, and podcasts in your life, you can get access to a vast library of unique content with a subscription to History Hit TV. Like any of the major streaming services, History Hit TV features shows and specials you can watch anytime, anywhere, on whatever device you prefer—and its entire library is curated to satisfy any type of history buff.
History Hit TV breaks its content down into seven categories: Ancient and Classical, Middle Ages, Early Modern, Age of Revolution, Victorian, 20th Century, and the Information Age. Within these time periods, you can learn about everything from the Silk Road and Roman Empire, all the way through World War II and our modern digital age. In between learning about global events, you'll also find shows about important individuals and locations, like Jane Austen, Jack the Ripper, and the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
The library itself started with a podcast from Dan Snow, one of the UK’s best-known television hosts. He’s grown that podcast into a subscription-based service where history enthusiasts can access anything from films to podcasts, all in one place. The library is updated and expanded upon every week, so you'll always have something new to watch.
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