AMC TV Shows & US History. TURN, Mad Men, Better Call Saul, Mob Mondays, Hell On Wheels Or The Walking Dead.
AMC TV Shows & US History. Mad Men, Mob Mondays, TURN, Hell On Wheels, Better Call Saul Or The Walking Dead. Great TV shows to entertain but great TV shows to learn about American history: past, present and future.
Are you interested in US history? Take a look at AMC TV channel. It’s a lesson of history but based on series of great quality, starring Top#1 actors and actresses, and with thrilling plots.
You can start watching TURN: Washington’s Spies. The series begins in October 1776, shortly after British victories recaptured Long Island, Staten Island, and New York City for the British Crown and left General George Washington’s army in dire straits. Thus, it starts with the birth of The United States. Jamie Bell plays fantastic as the real spy Abe Woodhull.
Keep on seeing Hell On Wheels. It’s amazing! Cullen Bohannon (actor Anson Mount), a former soldier and slaveholder, following the track of a band of Union soldiers, who killed his wife and child during American Civil War, finishes working in one of the biggest projects in US history, the building of the transcontinental railroad. After the war years, this undertaking connected the prospering east with the still wild west.
And at the beginning of summer 2015, follow The Making of The Mob: New York (Mob Mondays). The series will premiere on Monday, June 15th at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT, and be narrated by Emmy Award-winning actor Ray Liotta. The eight-part series begins in 1905 and spans over 50 years to trace the rise of Charles “Lucky” Luciano, Meyer Lansky, Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel and other notorious gangsters from their beginnings as a neighborhood gang of teenagers to murderous entrepreneurs and bootleggers, turning the Mafia into an American institution.
Of course, I also recommend you Better Call Saul, a spin-off of Breaking Bad. The debut episode set the record for the highest-rated scripted series premiere in basic cable history, with 4.4 million viewers in the 18–49 demographic, and 6.9 million viewers overall.
And how about The Walking Dead? Well, this is not history but a science-fiction. An amazing show to thing about our future. Don’t miss it!
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