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This series on the History cable network is based on the conspiracy theory that Adolph Hitler somehow survived World War II and escaped to somewhere else in the world, such as Argentina. The episodes are filled out by following a team of hosts who try to track down rumors concerning Hitler's whereabouts, using high-tech gadgets to look for clues.

Hunting Hitler is a Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (26 episodes). The series first aired on November 10, 2015. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.5.

Hunting Hitler is available for streaming on the History website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Hunting Hitler on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, History, Vudu, History Vault, Microsoft Movies & TV, The Roku Channel, Sling, Google Play, Hoopla, iTunes online.

3 Seasons, 26 Episodes
November 10, 2015
Documentary & Biography
Cast: Dave Hoffman, Robert Baer, Tim Kennedy, Lenny DePaul
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Hunting Hitler Full Episode Guide

  • Tim and Gerrard discover a militarized Nazi compound deep in the jungle of Paraguay; and Mike and Lenny explore a Nazi concentration camp in Chile before an anonymous source leads them to Hitler's last will and testament.

  • A key Nazi support point in Uruguay is investigated. Mike and Lenny review newly declassified Chilean files that reveal a secret plot to attack the United States.

  • A long-range seaplane that shuttled Nazis all around the continent is uncovered at a lagoon in Uruguay. Tim and Gerrard convince an informant in Buenos Aires to share a cache of documents that could unravel the Nazi network "Die Spinne."

  • Mike and James excavate the grounds of a remote Alpine hotel in search of buried Nazi dead drops; in Rome, Lenny and Gerrard make a shocking discovery that implicates some of the world's most powerful people.

  • At the bottom of an Arctic fjord in Norway, Tim dives on Nazi relics that may blow the case wide open; and Mike and James encounter a smuggler who leads them to a Nazi castle on the Italian border.

  • In Norway, Tim and Gerrard explore a hydroelectric plant where the Nazis were dangerously close to producing a nuclear weapon; Mike and James investigate a cabin high in the Austrian Alps where Hitler's top associate made the ultimate sacrifice.

  • Lenny and Gerrard make a startling discovery in a sabotaged aircraft hangar in northern Germany; Mike and James scan an Austrian lake in search for a large cache of secret Nazi documents.

  • In the Season 3 premiere, Bob Baer recruits one of the world's most foremost terrorist targeting officers, Nada Bakos. Enacting a new hunting strategy so effective it has lead to the capture of Osama bin Laden, the team uncovers two planned escape routes for Hitler out of Germany, one to the North and one South. Along the southern route, Tim and James discover a vast tunnel system under Hitler's home.

  • Along with a preview of the next stage of the investigation, Bob Baer and his team share their most explosive evidence and explain the strategies and methods they're using to crack the greatest cold case in modern history, the fate of Adolf Hitler.

  • In Chile, Bob and John investigate a secretive German community with purported Nazi ties; inside the compound, they find clues pointing to the potential formation of a Fourth Reich.

  • Following leads from declassified files, Bob and John send their teams into Chile and Paraguay to investigate Adolf Hitler's whereabouts.

  • Delving deeper into reports about the Fourth Reich, Bob and John send the team members to a rumored weapons testing site in Germany and to a mysterious deserted island in Argentina that could possibly have housed nuclear facilities with Nazi connections after the war.

  • Bob and John's investigation continues in Spain, Morocco and Argentina; the teams look into Adolf Hitler's possible escape route while uncovering a plan for a Fourth Reich.

  • While investigating a Nazi escape network, the teams discover vast tunnel systems in southern Spain and northern Argentina.

  • A document shows Adolf Hitler and Leon Degrelle may have moved from Denmark to San Sebastian, Spain; the South American team speaks to an eyewitness who claims his father worked for Hitler's right-hand man, Martin Bormann, after the end of the war.

  • While investigating makeshift runways, the team finds reason to believe Adolf Hitler would have had a stopping point on the way to Spain; Lenny and historian James Holland head to Denmark, where they investigate an airstrip and a bunker system.

  • Bob Baer and John Cencich return with new experts and new technology to examine Adolf Hitler's possible escape from every angle; the team returns to Berlin, where Lenny DePaul and Sascha Keil discover an unknown fifth exit from Hitler's Fuhrerbunker.