Contact of History Channel support (phone, email)

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Contact History Channel: Find below customer service details of, including phone and email. Besides contact details, the page also offers a brief overview of the award-winning channel.

Head Office
A&E Television Networks, LLC
235 E. 45th Street
New York, NY 10017
Phone: +1 212 210 1400

Customer Service
Email: [email protected] (channel support)
Email: [email protected] (estore support)

About History Channel
History is made every day on the History Channel. The Channel is owned by A&E Network and was established in 1995. Known for its documentary and historical fact and fiction programs, the channel reaches more than 380 million homes worldwide. The channel airs myths, technology, war, conspiracy theories and whatever history you can think of. Initially the channel, aired only historical series and documentaries, but it later adopted historical fictions such as Vikings, Knight Fall, Project Blue Book, and Truck Night in America etc. A&E History aims to enlighten the world through the presentation of history in an entertaining way.

Some of the channel’s originals include Pawn Stars, American Pickers, Forged in Fire, The Curse of Oak Island and many others. History channel is aired in many countries including US, Canada, Germany, India, and several other Asian, European and African nations. Other brands of A&E History include History en Espanol which an extension of History channel that broadcast in Spanish. It’s shows include American pickers, Pawn Stars Alone etc. Military History airs history series about war. Some of the programs are Dead Men’s Secret, Nostradamus Effect, and History Raiders etc. Other channels include A&E, FYI, Lifetime and Crime & Investigation.

Browse the official History website to follow your favourite episodes and shows. The homepage features all the latest and trending. You can also catch a preview before streaming the full episode. By clicking the Shows tab you can know the schedule of current shows, including time and episodes. You can search shows by keyword or by show titles. You can watch full episodes of your favorite History series and also explore thousands of articles and videos. The digital cable and satellite television network also is found on iOS and Android platforms. The app for smartphones and tablets provide free access to full episodes, clips and topical videos. Create your profile to continue watching where you left off or add favorite shows, specials or movies to “My List” to watch later.

You can keep a piece of your favourite shows by shopping for customized items on History shop. You can shop by popular shows or by products like apparel, drinkware and accessories. Purchases on the estore can be made using Visa or MasterCard. Shoppers enjoy a 30 day return policy while shopping on the website. Allow 2-4 weeks for processing your returns. Note that all personalized items are nonreturnable.

Sign up for newsletter to receive email updates of new episodes, alerts and more. For more information or queries on schedule, online streaming, advertisement, career, or others, reach the History Channel support.

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  1. Colin Dougherty Reply

    Dear History Channel,
    I want to thank you for the outstanding docudrama GRANT, I am a student of history and this outstanding program made so many issues and conflicts clarity. GRANT should be mandatory viewing by all high school and college students.
    Many Thanks

  2. Charles Hager Reply

    I got up this morning expecting to watch my favorite car shows on the History Channel. XOR, Engine Power, Trucks, Detroit Mussel. Please tell me you’re not canceling Power Nation.

  3. Yes I’m a long time viewer. With that being said my hole family really enjoyed truck night in AMERICA was a awesome show. Truck Night in AMERICA was my family’s monday night football. Please bring it back signed long time viewer thank you. Do it for my 3 year old

  4. JoAnne Klein Reply

    The forthcoming scheduled program “The Butcher” is an abomination. Whether or not you have paid attention, the number of stolen, kidnapped and subsequently butchered pets is on the rise. What the Hell are you thinking by promoting “how to butcher an animal?” If being a butcher is a career designation, there are plenty of trade schools one can attend. What is the purpose of facilitating these mentally unfit humans in their pursuit of horrendous torture of living creatures. IF there is a rational and reasonable explanation, I would appreciate an answer to my questions.

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