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  1. MIPTV: A+E to Launch H2 Channel in the U.K.

    10:00 pm 4/7/2013

    The History Channel spin-off network bowed in the U.S. in 2011.Read more

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  2. History Renews 'Vikings' for Second Season

    10:46 am 4/5/2013

    UPDATED: The cable network's scripted drama will return for 10 more episodes.Read more

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  3. From 'The Bible' to the Amish, Why Religion Is Hot on Cable

    8:00 am 3/22/2013

    "Clearly a lot of people are talking about it, which is great," "Bible" EP Mark Burnett tells THR of the hit miniseries' impact. Read more

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  4. Diogo Morgado, Jesus in History's 'The Bible,' Calls Obama Controversy 'Hilarious'

    5:45 am 3/20/2013

    The Portuguese star defends the physical similarity between the actor who plays Satan and the president of the United States. Read more

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  5. In History's 'The Bible,' Satan Looks Like President Obama (Photo)

    5:38 am 3/18/2013

    UPDATED: The actor cast as the Prince of Darkness bears a striking resemblance to the sitting president, which has drawn a multitude of reactions. Producers call the allegations "utter nonsense."Read more

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  6. Lifetime/History's 'Bonnie and Clyde' Adds 'Prison Break,' 'Vegas' Actors (Exclusive)

    3:37 pm 3/11/2013

    Lane Garrison and Austin Hebert have joined Emile Hirsch and Holliday Grainger in the four-part miniseries.Read more

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  7. The Bible: TV Review

    10:58 am 3/2/2013

    Mark Burnett's History miniseries uses ninja-skilled angels and a hunky Jesus to tell the Good Book's Greatest Hits.Read more

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  8. History's 'Vikings': Travis Fimmel on Unveiling Another Side to the Legendary Figures (Q&A)

    12:00 pm 3/1/2013

    The Aussie actor calls his alter ego, warrior Ragnar, "courageous."Read more

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  9. History Promotes Dirk Hoogstra to Exec VP Development and Programming

    11:55 am 2/28/2013

    The cable network, on the eve of its first scripted launch, ups the exec who produced "Hatfields & McCoys."Read more

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  10. Cable Execs Won't Duplicate 'House of Cards' Model, Still Want Water-Cooler TV

    4:18 pm 2/27/2013

    Speaking at the HRTS luncheon, A+E Networks' Nancy Dubuc, HBO's Michael Lombardo and Turner's Steve Koonin praise the bravery of Netflix but say their brands are committed to destination viewing such as "Game of Thrones" and "Hatfields & McCoys."Read more

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