From PJLifestyle: History Channel, This Is Why You Can’t Have Nice Things


Last May, The History Channel (or, as they like to call themselves these days, History) aired the epic six-hour miniseries Hatfields & McCoys. Boasting such stars as Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton in its cast, the miniseries was bound to attract some attention. What History got was a critical and ratings success.

Based on the success and legacy of Hatfields & McCoys, you would think History would treat its prestige project like the jewel that it is. That’s where you’d be wrong. Instead, The History Channel chose to look a gift horse in the mouth and knock its teeth out.

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