National Geographic, now making us laugh
I’m sure you know what I’m talking about when I say that when you feel like laughing and you have the remote in your hand, there are other channels that come to your mind before you even consider The National Geographic Channel. Known to be one of the best programs that offer you an interesting and complex – but kind of easy to get –perspective on the world and basically what happens or had happened around us, the channel is now looking to add up on its genre list. On Wednesday, the network announced a new series that will make us enjoy the channel more, starting next winter.
Surprisingly, it’s related to comedy but, of course, in an educational way. The National Geographic Channel will start airing this new program called History of the World… For Now, a show, that is going to offer the viewers an easier way to learn about history, through colourful cartoons. Moreover, they are thinking of also using puppets and things alike, just to make the information as easy to understand and remember as possible. Helpful minds of this project will be John and Dave , who have also taken part at many other promising productions, such as Silicon Valley from HBO and King of the Hill, airing on Fox.
History of the World… For Now is not the only The National Geographic Channel has prepared for us. Starting around Thanksgiving, the network will also introduce us to Saints & Strangers, a program concentrating on the history of America.