'Mankind The Story of All of Us' to premiere on History
Executives at the network said the project, which will run for 12 hours over six nights, would be the most in-depth TV series ever produced by History.
"We are traveling to every corner of the world in order to portray the heroic story of man and the collective story of all of us," said History President Nancy Dubuc. Producer said the project would utilize CGI and dramatic reconstructions "of the most critical events in human history."
Among the events to be explored are the construction of the pyramids, the Vikings landing in America, the Industrial Revolution and the making of the modern world.
— Greg Braxton
Photo: An image of Easter Island from "Mankind The Story of All of Us." Credit: Joe Alblas / A+E.