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As one thinks about what might happen after people are gone, a television show explores the possibility of what the Earth might be like in that situation. Several scientists and engineers gather together to discuss the outcomes of life after people. One of the things that the show doesn't discuss is how people disappear. It could be because of a deadly disease of a mass attack by weapons.

The one thing that the show does give information about is that people have left very quickly. Pets are left at home, and in some cases, dinner has been left on the table. It is a show that looks at the biological decay of the world after people are gone as well as the emotional impact that it could have on the animals left behind. The fate of buildings and plants is explored to see how they might deteriorate with no human interaction.

Life After People: The Series is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on April 21, 2009.

Life After People: The Series is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Life After People: The Series on demand atAmazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, iTunes, History online.

2 Seasons, 20 Episodes
April 21, 2009
Documentary & Biography
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  • The greatest homes and monuments to the world's leaders are under attack including the White House, Monticello and Versailles. The bodies of Mao Zedong and Ulysses S. Grant are shrouded in mystery. A toxic ex-Naval base decays in the legacy of the Hiroshima bomb. The President's dog must learn the ways of the wild.

  • The underground world suffers much destruction. Geothermal power plants buckle under the strain of superheated steam. While NORAD, America's former nuclear command center, comes under attack. An abandoned town is overrun by 400 million animals and 50-ton minerals grow unchecked in an abandoned mine.

  • The apocalyptic devastation unfolds in the skies as Air Force One suffers an explosive malfunction. Meanwhile a disastrous overtaking of locusts returns to the Midwest

  • A massive wave of water threatens everything man leaves behind.

  • In a post apocalyptic world, holiday festivities disappear such as fireworks, cruise ships, and reindeer.

  • Examine wreckage of every home in the world.

  • Relics of our civilization thought to be secure in crypts, safes, and time capsules will be exposed to new threats in a post-apocalyptic world. Clues are offered by an abandoned mental hospital in Connecticut. Also, will the extra military training given to Marine Corps dogs help them to thrive in the wild?

  • Various chemicals and toxins left behind in a world without people will have a strong effect on the environment, as demonstrated by an abandoned town in America's heartland. Deadly gases will turn lakes and rivers into acid, and Niagara Falls will suffer a surprising fate.

  • With no people, churches begin to crumble and other structures of God and symbols of Satan face their fate.

  • Water gives life, but it can also destroy....and in a Life After People, civilization is under attack from water in many different forms. Corrosion from rain and wet leaves brings down Seattle's Space Needle, while Middle Eastern humidity wrecks Dubai's Burj al-Arab hotel. Rain will flood New Orleans, and when power goes out in the city's aquarium, it spells doom for thousands of animals.

  • A look at the world of transportation and what will become of them after man disappears, including cars and trains, roadways, oil refineries, and Detroit. Also, the Alamo would be threatened, dogs would become wild again and long-horn cattle population will rise quickly.

  • Do strong defenses mean ultimate survival? A sunken nuclear warhead awaits its explosive fate on the ocean floor. Great warships in Pearl Harbor come under renewed attacks. Snow piles up on buildings causing urban avalanches, and defenseless dairy cows face surprising challenges.

  • The subject for this episode features the fate of gambling centers in Las Vegas, which has become overrun by rats, celebrities wax figures will melt, and world famous hotels will become mere ruins. On the east coast, the oceans will destroy Atlantic City's casinos.

  • What will become of the encased treasures of the world, including the Mona Lisa painting or the Declaration of Independence, the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, and the bridges and cable cars within San Fransisco?

  • Things begin to spread and take on area such as plants and animals. Includes alligators being eaten alive by pythons in the Florida Everglades, and lakes and rivers could be choked off by oxygen-robbing plants. Also, Shanghai disappears from the weight of their skyscrapers, and the ocean takes over Miami Beach.

  • An examination of precious metals and metal structures, especially in New York City, which includes skyscrapers and bridges. Plus a look at America's gold supply. Meanwhile, a fatal weakness is exposed in the Gateway Arch, breweries reveal untapped potential for disaster, and horses make a surprising bid to stay alive.

  • An examination of Washington, DC and all it's monuments. Plus, a look at the fate of Los Angeles.

  • An examination of what will become of the flora and fauna after the human demise, and how they may someday dominate the planet.

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