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The adventure series Lost Worlds will be presented in 3D and regular television. Two adventurers trek to the most remote locations and immerse themselves in the area. The areas they explore have been forgotten by modern society. The pair examine the ecological environment and wildlife of the area. Perfect for family viewing and the adventurous spirit.

Mondays at 9:00 pm on History Channel
2 Seasons, 31 Episodes - Canceled
July 10, 2016
Documentary & Biography
7.7/10
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Lost Worlds Full Episode Guide

  • An exploration into the ruins of a land known as Aphrodisia, an ancient Greek City located near Geyre, Turkey. The city is named after the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite.

  • The world of the buccaneers who terrorized the Caribbean is explored through historical documents and archaeological artifacts.

  • Ivan the Terrible, Russia's first Tsar, led a brutal and unpredictable life. A renowned sadist, Ivan was the originator of Russia's secret police. He fortified walls to counter the advancing age of artillery, expanded the borders of his nation and built a new generation of Kremlins. Follow a team of historical detectives who use evidence from recent excavations, scientific studies and historical documents to piece together clues to what Ivan's Russia looked like. Computer graphics will allow viewers to fly over, enter the streets, walk through the halls and peer into the world of Russia's Terrible Tsar.

  • One of the most frightening horror stories ever written was Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Was this story, however, Robert Louis Stevenson's disturbing fantasy or was it based on a series of blood-curdling episodes that took place in the town of Edinburgh?

  • Located on a rocky plateau overlooking the Dead Sea, the now-ruined fortress of Masada once had walls 1400m long and 4m thick, storehouses, barracks, an armory, a palace and massive cisterns filled with rainwater. Designed to withstand any invader, it became the scene of one of history's most bloody sieges... a siege that ended in mass suicide.

  • Josef Stalin is considered one of the most powerful and murderous dictators ever. He was the supreme ruler of the Soviet Union for a quarter of a century and his regime of terror caused the death and suffering of tens of millions. Follow a team of historical detectives who use evidence from recent excavations, scientific studies and historical documents to piece together clues to see what the Soviet Union looked like during Stalin's rule. Computer graphics allow the viewers to fly over, enter the streets, walk through the halls and peer into this lost world.

  • The Hittites are the forgotten superpower of the Bible. Hattusha, the capital was the heart of their empire. They were a highly advanced military powerhouse who struck fear into the hearts of all their enemies, yet the Hittites disappeared as quickly as they emerged--the greatest vanishing act in history. Follow a team of historical detectives as they use evidence from recent excavations, scientific studies and historical documents to piece together clues to determine what the ancient Hittite empire looked like. Computer graphics allow viewers to fly over, enter the streets, walk through the halls and peer into this lost world.

  • Sites associated with Vikings and their invasion of Britain and northern France in the 8th century are re-created.

  • Places associated with corruption in the Old West are explored.

  • Architectural achievements during the reign of Herod the Great, king of Judea, are examined. Included: the Second Temple, which is often called Herod's Temple.

  • Architectural achievements during the reign of Herod the Great, king of Judea, are examined. Included: the Second Temple, which is often called Herod's Temple.

  • Secret Cold War bunkers are examined.

  • Examining places associated with Henry VIII; and his architectural legacy, both good and bad. Included: Hampton Court; Westminster Abbey.

  • Places associated with the Cold War are explored, including missile sites and the ruins of nuclear facilities.

  • A tour of the Indian village of Khajuraho, known for its many temples covered with erotic carvings.

  • The Stone Age British Isles are re-created. Included: Stonehenge; the Orkney Islands off the coast of Scotland; Maiden Castle in Dorset, England; Woodhenge; and Silbury Hill.

  • The Stone Age British Isles are re-created. Included: Stonehenge; the Orkney Islands off the coast of Scotland; Maiden Castle in Dorset, England; Woodhenge; and Silbury Hill.

  • Places associated with the beginnings of Christianity are re-created. Included: Tarsus (the birthplace of Paul) and Cappadocia, both in what's now Turkey.

  • Scotland in the time of 13th-century Scottish knight William Wallace is re-created. Included: the town of Elderslie; Lanark Castle; and Stirling Bridge, where he defeated the British in 1297.

  • Re-creating places and structures associated with 15th-century Romanian prince Vlad Tepes Dracula. Included: the town of Sighisoara, where he was born; Bran Castle; his palace at Targoviste in Transylvania; and Poenari Castle in the Transylvanian Alps.

  • Re-creating underground bunkers in London used by Winston Churchill during World War II for safety and planning war strategy.

  • Jerusalem in Jesus's time is re-created. Included: Herod's Temple Mount; and the Via Dolorosa.

  • Plans and the ruins of structures created by Hitler's architect Albert Speer are used to re-create Hitler's architectural vision for Nazi Germany. Included: the Zeppelin Tribune; a stadium intended for the Olympic games; and an arch, Hitler's monument to himself.

  • Athens in the 5th century B.C. and its leader, Pericles, are examined. Included: the Parthenon; and the Senate House.

  • Athens in the 5th century B.C. and its leader, Pericles, are examined. Included: the Parthenon; and the Senate House.

  • The monuments of Ramses II in Egypt are re-created to what they would have looked like during his rule, through the use of graphics technology and archaeological research. Included: the Ramesseum; the temples at Abu Simbel.

  • The legendary city of Atlantis is the subject. Included: a trip to the island of Crete to explore the remains of a palace beneath volcanic ash; and a study of Plato's description of the city.

  • Examining places associated with the Knights Templar, including the city of Tortosa, now covered by the modern Syrian city of Tartus; and their headquarters at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

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