William Bart Colantuono
William Bart Colantuono, who appeared on Seasons 2 and 3 of the History Channel's Ax Men, was killed in a helicopter crash in Oregon on Monday, Portland's KPTV reports.
Deanna Burditt, Rick Harrison
Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison wed girlfriend Deanna Burditt Sunday in Laguna Beach, Calif., People reports.
Several of Harrison's History Channel cohorts were...
Father's Day is not until Sunday, but Thursday's episode of Swamp People is all about dads.
Long estranged from his father, T-Roy has a heart-to-heart with his pops. As seen in the exclusive clip below, the two let bygones be bygones when his dad ...
A&E Networks, which is enjoying a banner year thanks to the success of Duck Dynasty, Vikings and The Bible, unveiled a slate of new projects at its upfront presentation Wednesday, including a miniseries about Houdini starring Adrien Brody in the title role and reality shows about the real-life Hatfields and McCoys and stay-at-home dads.
Katheryn Winnick, Travis Fimmel and Clive Standen
Vikings has been renewed for a second season, History announced Friday.
Vikings, the network's first scripted drama, will begin production on the 10-episode second season this summer, with the series set to return...
Barack Obama, Mohamen Mehdi Ouzaani
Does President Obama have a cameo in History Channel's miniseries The Bible? Nope, but the character of Satan sure looks like him.
Deanna Burditt and Rick Harrison
2013 is looking to be a banner year for Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison, who set a wedding date with his fiancée Deanna Burditt.
The couple will tie the knot on...
Mitchell Guist, a cast member of The History Channel's Swamp People, has died, Baton Rouge's WBRZ reports.
According to Assumption Parish Sheriff Mike Wauespack, Guist suffered a fall in a boat shortly after it launched into the Belle River in St. Martin Parish on Monday morning. Witnesses said...
Full Metal Jousting
Jousting may seem so 12th century, but the History Channel is giving the medieval competition a very modern face-lift for its new series, Full Metal Jousting.
The show, premiering on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 10/9c on History Channel, replaces traditional armor with suits of steel and instead of honor, the 13 jousters are competing for money. Each episode will capture a full-metal joust, where two men charge at each other at 30 miles an hour hoping to take their opponent down. In the end, only one will be left standing to claim the cash prize — and the sweet taste of victory.
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In this first exclusive clip from the series, the jousters practice for the real fight by getting hit by not one, not two, but three aluminum baseball bats...