Science Channel is heading to the rainforest. The network just announced their new TV show, Lost Cities of the Amazon, premieres on June 21st.
The docuseries will see “archaeologists in South America reveal brand new discoveries that could lead to evidence of ancient civilizations across the entire Amazon basin.”
Lost Cities of the Amazon premieres on Science Channel on June 21st at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
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UNLOCKING SECRETS OF THE PAST: NEW SCIENCE CHANNEL SERIES “LOST CITIES OF THE AMAZON” PREMIERES THIS SUNDAY
The Amazon rainforest is known for its lush landscape and dense forest, but did bustling cities once flourish there centuries ago? In an all-new Science Channel series, LOST CITIES OF THE AMAZON, archaeologists in South America reveal brand new discoveries that could lead to evidence of ancient civilizations across the entire Amazon basin.
LOST CITIES OF THE AMAZON premieres Sunday, June 21 at 10pm ET/PT on Science Channel.
From strange geometric shapes carved into the landscape and roads that reveal a lost jungle metropolis, to the surviving indigenous people whose stories may hold the key to unlocking the past, LOST CITIES OF THE AMAZON unravels the greatest human story that’s never been told.”
What do you think? Are you a fan of docuseries? Will you watch Lost Cities of the Amazon?
It would be interesting to be able to communicate my information about a great lost city in the Sierra Parima as I possess Jimmie Angel’s original map of the a city he sighted first in 1933. I’ve been in contact with Nick Long from the Discovery Channel’s Akakor series and Mike Heckenberger from University of Florida and would like to expand my network. I mean, I have the exact location circled by an eminent Amazonian explorer who, despite his dubious reputation, had no reason to lie. Angel had no real interest in lost cities; however, with his wife Virginia, he… Read more »
Fantastic show with great new findings.
Is there anywhere we could see more detail in the line art?
Well documented, respectful of the history and culture of the first and current Amazonians.
Just watched episode 1, I’m hooked, amazing can’t wait to see episode 2 and the rest of season 1.
I think why the population of a possible 10 million that has dropped to the thousands is because of the diseases introduced by the spanish. This point was completely glossed over. Smallpox and measles devastated the populations of the americas. I think it’s important to note the devastation done by these imported diseases.
I’m sure this will be addressed at some point in later episodes.
It wasn’t ignored. I heard a reference, but not hard hitting.