In this undated image released by A+E Networks, Easter islanders erect the statue of Moai on the cliff in a scene from the History’s 12-hour miniseries, “Mankind the Story of All of Us,” airing later this year. The new series starts with the Big Bang and traces the development of humans, tools and the construction of the pyramids. (AP Photo/A+E Networks, Joe Alblas)
NEW YORK (AP) — After its successful series on the history of America in 2010, television’s History channel is setting its sights even higher.
The network said Tuesday that a 12-hour miniseries, “Mankind the Story of All of Us,” will debut late this year. History, seen in more than 300 million homes worldwide, will offer different versions of the series in different parts of the world, the first time it has ever done Login to read more