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is working on it asap. Defo before the summer.... Thanks so much for the support.— Dan Snow (@thehistoryguy) January 22, 2018
Netflix offers a solid selection of historical documentaries and dramas. However, if you’re a history buff looking for a larger selection of shows, you should check out History Hit TV.
History Hit TV is a streaming service that’s packed full of historical documentaries and dramas. They cover an impressive number of time periods, cultures, and locations.
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This article offers an introduction to History Hit TV, which we’re calling “the Netflix for history buffs.”
What Is History Hit TV?
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History Hit TV is a video streaming service that focuses on history shows and series. The service went live in 2018 following a successful crowdfunding appeal on Indiegogo.
It is the brainchild of the British historian, Dan Snow, and his team. History fanatics will probably recognize Snow’s name—he’s responsible for the excellent History Hit podcast and has fronted history shows on the BBC, PBS, National Geographic, and the History Network. He also does live shows on tour.
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Importantly, History Hit TV invests 10 percent of its profits back into various history education projects around the world.
Who Can Watch History Hit TV?
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Anyone can sign up for and watch History Hit TV. There are no regional restrictions or country restrictions regarding availability.
How Much Does History Hit TV Cost?
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History Hit TV offers two subscription packages—monthly and annual. History Hit TV costs $4.99/month or $49.99/year.
Paying annually effectively provides you with two free months per year, but there are no refunds if you want to cancel midway through the billing period.
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There is no restriction on the number of videos you can watch on either of the two plans and both plans offer a 30-day free trial when you sign up as a new user.
Where Can You Watch History Hit TV?
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Unsurprisingly, there are lots of ways to watch History Hit TV. Apps are available on Android, iOS, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire. There’s also...
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