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HISTORY™ moves to SKYCable Channel 25
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Home to the most compelling TV programs that make true-to-life happenings entertaining, HISTORY™ makes the move to SKYCable Channel 25.
HISTORY™, formerly known as The History Channel, brings you a mix of reality shows and documentary programs with fictional and non-fictional historical content, together with speculation about the future.
Seen in more than 80 million households, its programming covers a wide range of periods and topics.
Tune in to Pawn Stars, featuring a family-run pawnshop in Las Vegas, and The Pickers, where Mike Wolfe, owner of Antique Archaeology, and business partner Frank Fritz embark on a mission across America to uncover hidden heirlooms.

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Also on HISTORY™, planet Earth takes the spotlight with exciting encounters featured in reality-based shows like Modern Marvels, Swamp People and Hidden Cities, which takes viewers on a tour of Asia’s undiscovered gems.
Hosted by Anthony Morse, the second season (starts November 23rd at 9 PM) zooms in on a new line-up of countries (including the Philippines) in a bid to uncover some of the continent’s buried relics and untold stories.

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Extremely action-packed and energy-driven, Top Shot and Ice Road Truckers present the trials of tough contenders who beat it out in their struggle to dodge countless challenging and deathly encounters.

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Ice Road Truckers chronicles three of the world’s most experienced truck drivers as they take on the frozen wastelands of the Canadian Tundra, racing across the ice in mammoth 18-wheeler trucks to bring lifesaving equipment and supplies to isolated communities.

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Combining extraordinary CGI imagery, field exploration, dramatic recreations, and expert interviews with each episode, HISTORY™ creates a thrilling, exploratory and revealing experience for viewers of all ages.
Watch HISTORY on SKYCable Channel 25 • Cablelink Channel 44 • Dream Channel 27 • and Destiny Cable Channel 56.

To know more, go to http://www.history.com/

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