The Universe

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  • 2007
  • 9 Seasons
  • 8.7  (5,634)

The Universe is a television show that has been airing over the last five years. It is a show that discusses various topics in astronomy. With this show viewers will get to learn more about how space works and about all of the different parts of it. Viewers will learn about things such as planets, galaxies, stars and comets. By watching this show viewers will be able to expand their education and learn more about one of the most important parts of life. Learning about the universe will give people valuable insight on how everything is made. Therefore The Universe is one of the shows that will enlighten viewers and is otherwise a very interesting show to watch. In The Universe each episode will have a theme such as galaxies, the function of stars and also comets. In each episode viewers will get detailed information about this topic. The show has about five segments and each one lasts about 10 minutes. Over the course of the show viewers will get things explained to them by a narrator for most of the time. However they will also watch scientists/astronomers explain these things in more detail. As a result the show is very informative and insightful. Things such as the structure and function of comets, the future fate of the sun as well as how extraterrestrial life would be like are among the most interesting topics discussed on this show. This show lasts about one hour long and so it provides a good amount of time to get educated on space. The Universe has been shown on the History Channel since 2007 and so it is one of the longest shows currently running. It has seasons each year so you will get exposed to new material each year. People who enjoy learning about space and how it works will enjoy this show and get a lot out of it. If you are someone who is looking to learn more about planets, stars, comets and how the universe began to form then this will be a great show to watch on a regular basis.

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Apocalyptic Visions
3. Apocalyptic Visions
May 2, 2015
Hell fires, endless winters, or a planet wracked by earthquakes are a few versions of Armageddon visualized by the Vikings, Aztecs, and the rest of our ancient ancestors. But which does modern science think will be closest to the truth? Celestial phenomena--the aging of our sun, the expansion of our
The Eye of God
2. The Eye of God
April 25, 2015
Could the strange shapes of the universe solve the mysteries that have haunted mankind since ancient times? Is the eye of God peering at us from the heavens? What is the strange hexagon at the pole of Saturn, or the face on the Moon? Each shape tells its own story of an object's origin, and how phys
Omens of Doom
1. Omens of Doom
April 18, 2015
To our ancestors, the appearance of certain astronomical events meant something big and something bad was coming. They were portends of death, plague, famine, or war. But what were they really seeing? And how did fear of these objects in the sky actually change the course of history?
Universe: Collector's Edition Megaset, The: Vol 7
Universe: Collector's Edition Megaset, The: Vol 7

Trailer - 1 min

Universe: Collector's Edition Megaset, The: Vol 3
Universe: Collector's Edition Megaset, The: Vol 3

Trailer - 1 min 3 sec

Universe: Collector's Edition Megaset, The: Vol 6
Universe: Collector's Edition Megaset, The: Vol 6

Trailer - 54 sec

Universe: Collector's Edition Megaset, The: Vol 2
Universe: Collector's Edition Megaset, The: Vol 2

Trailer - 1 min 9 sec

Universe: Collector's Edition Megaset, The: Vol 5
Universe: Collector's Edition Megaset, The: Vol 5

Trailer - 1 min 6 sec

Collector's Edition Megaset
Collector's Edition Megaset

Trailer - 54 sec

Description

The Universe is a television show that has been airing over the last five years. It is a show that discusses various topics in astronomy. With this show viewers will get to learn more about how space works and about all of the different parts of it. Viewers will learn about things such as planets, galaxies, stars and comets. By watching this show viewers will be able to expand their education and learn more about one of the most important parts of life. Learning about the universe will give people valuable insight on how everything is made. Therefore The Universe is one of the shows that will enlighten viewers and is otherwise a very interesting show to watch.

In The Universe each episode will have a theme such as galaxies, the function of stars and also comets. In each episode viewers will get detailed information about this topic. The show has about five segments and each one lasts about 10 minutes. Over the course of the show viewers will get things explained to them by a narrator for most of the time. However they will also watch scientists/astronomers explain these things in more detail. As a result the show is very informative and insightful. Things such as the structure and function of comets, the future fate of the sun as well as how extraterrestrial life would be like are among the most interesting topics discussed on this show.

This show lasts about one hour long and so it provides a good amount of time to get educated on space. The Universe has been shown on the History Channel since 2007 and so it is one of the longest shows currently running. It has seasons each year so you will get exposed to new material each year. People who enjoy learning about space and how it works will enjoy this show and get a lot out of it. If you are someone who is looking to learn more about planets, stars, comets and how the universe began to form then this will be a great show to watch on a regular basis.

The Universe is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (88 episodes). The series first aired on May 29, 2007.

Where to Watch The Universe

The Universe is available for streaming on the History website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Universe on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Philo, Netflix, Amazon, History, Vudu, History Vault, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    May 29, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    8.7  (5,634)