Streaming Videos of History Channel’s America: The Story of Us


A riveting documentary and informative series just started last night on History Channel. Simply entitled America: The Story of Us, it contains featured interviews and discussions with important political leaders from everywhere around the US. Luckily for those who missed it, History Channel has some clips streaming from their website.

It appears to be a multi-part documentary series, and History Channel has spared no expense at running up to date pictures and videos from the series on their website. The design is simple to navigate and it’s easy to find information on the play times and content during the series, which I’m already a huge fan of.

You can check out the official website right here, or if you prefer a simpler URL you can just type in

The series premiered last night, April 25 at 9:00 EST on History. I caught the first hour or so, and it seems like the writers of the series really got together to bump heads and share some amazing ideas. I’m really excited to see where this series could go, and it’s extremely educational on top of that.

If you’re also interested in getting involved with discussions and heated debates, there’s a discussion forum created just for the show. It seems to be very unique, and there are already a decent amount of members participating after having only launched last night!

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