Become a history buff with this streaming service

The History Hit TV Streaming Service offers a large collection of history content ranging from documentaries and interviews to podcasts and more.

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Popular online streaming networks like Netflix and Hulu are undeniably great when it comes to watching popular TV shows and movies, but any true history buff will note that they lack the types of documentaries and interviews that serious history fans crave.

Enter the History Hit TV Streaming Service, which offers a massive treasure trove of incredibly history content ranging from documentaries and interviews to podcasts and epic films—all for just $50 when you sign up for a 2-year subscription.

Also available with 1-year and 3-year subscriptions, History Hit TV acts as the perfect supplement for Netflix and Hulu when it comes to enjoying a variety of content related to history and famous world events.

Your subscription grants you unlimited access to a large collection of material that covers multiple timelines and periods throughout world history, including Ancient and Classical, the Middle Ages, the Early Modern period, the Age of Revolution, the Victorian Age, 20th century history and the Information Age.

This means that you’ll be able to quickly find and watch content pertaining to the Ancient Romans, the Silk Road, the Great Fire of London, World War I, the development of computing technology and much more.

It’s also easy to stream this content using your desktop computer, Amazon Fire Stick, Apple TV, Android device, or an app made for your Apple devices. You’ll also be able to stay logged into two devices at once, meaning you won’t have to worry about constantly signing in and out.

Treat yourself to a wonderful selection of historical content that covers the most important elements of human development and civilization. A 2-year subscription to the History Hit TV Streaming Service is available for just $50 when you sign up today (that’s 50 percent off its usual price).

Prices are subject to change.

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