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date (day) time network episode title
8/21/16 (Su.)6:00 PMDFC(#108) Central Park
8/14/16 (Su.)6:00 PMDFC(#107) Hollywood Boulevard
8/7/16 (Su.)6:00 PMDFC(#106) Grand Central Terminal
7/31/16 (Su.)6:00 PMDFC(#105) Golden Gate Bridge
7/24/16 (Su.)6:00 PMDFC(#104) Alcatraz
7/17/16 (Su.)6:00 PMDFC(#103) Mount Rushmore
7/10/16 (Su.)6:00 PMDFC(#102) Lincoln's Washington
7/3/16 (Su.)6:00 PMDFC(#101) Statue of Liberty






SECRETS OF AMERICA'S FAVORITE PLACES (DFC)
BROADCAST HISTORY:
7/3/16 - ???
STATUS:
on hiatus or fate to be determined
TIME SLOT:
completed airing its current season
CURRENT SEASON:
1 (8 episodes)
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
completed airing its first season on 8/21/16; has yet to be renewed for a second season
DESCRIPTION:
(from Discovery Family Channel's press release, June 2016) Was the Statue of Liberty actually modeled after a man? Why was the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco nearly painted with yellow and black stripes that resembled a bumble bee? Does the U.S. government even own the land on which Mount Rushmore sits? Is there any truth to a recent report that all 336 of Alcatraz's jail cells will be transformed into luxury micro-apartments? This summer, Discovery Family Channel uncovers the secrets, mysteries and surprisingly little-known stories behind some of the most iconic locations in America. On Sunday, July 3 at 6/5c, SECRETS OF AMERICA'S FAVORITE PLACES reveals fascinating facts that will forever change how you think and feel about America's favorite places. From San Francisco's infamous Alcatraz Island Prison to New York City's historic Grand Central Terminal, SECRETS OF AMERICA'S FAVORITE PLACES travels the U.S. in search of new and astonishing revelations surrounding America's most beloved historical icons with interviews and commentary from historians, U.S. National Park Service members, conspiracy theorists, artists and pop culture experts. Throughout the eight-episode season, the series will visit famous structures and places including the Statue of Liberty, Central Park and Grand Central Terminal (New York), the Lincoln Memorial (Washington, D.C.), Hollywood Boulevard, the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz (California) and Mount Rushmore (South Dakota).
CREW INFORMATION:
· David M. Frank as EP
· Paul Sauer as PROD
GENRE(S):
· reality (all)
· reality (documentary)
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Indigo Films