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Life After People

How various things might change in a post-human world. 

Crew:
James Lurie (Narrator), Paul Cabana (Executive Producer)

6/10/15
10:00 AM
"Waters of Death"  Destructive waters overtake the world; rain floods New Orleans again; Seattle's Space Needle succumbs to corrosion; Dubai's space-age structures are done in by humidity.  (Repeat) H2
6/10/15
11:00 AM
"Wrath of God"  Structures of God and symbols of Satan face their post-apocalyptic fate, as churches crumble and the devil's minions multiply.  (Repeat) H2
6/10/15
12:00 PM
"Crypt of Civilization"  Mankind's relics meet very different fates; U.S. site called the "Crypt of Civilization"; crypts, safes and time capsules are exposed to new threats; preserving records; military dogs in the wild.  (Repeat) H2
6/10/15
01:00 PM
"Heavy Metal"  New York City experiences a great crash after people disappear; the decay of skyscrapers and bridges reveals the breaking point of metals; exposing a fatal weakness in the Gateway Arch; breweries' untapped potential for disaster.  (Repeat) H2
6/10/15
02:00 PM
"Waters of Death"  Destructive waters overtake the world; rain floods New Orleans again; Seattle's Space Needle succumbs to corrosion; Dubai's space-age structures are done in by humidity.  (Repeat) H2
6/10/15
03:00 PM
"Wrath of God"  Structures of God and symbols of Satan face their post-apocalyptic fate, as churches crumble and the devil's minions multiply.  (Repeat) H2
6/10/15
04:00 PM
"Crypt of Civilization"  Mankind's relics meet very different fates; U.S. site called the "Crypt of Civilization"; crypts, safes and time capsules are exposed to new threats; preserving records; military dogs in the wild.  (Repeat) H2
Life After People

Premise
On the heels of the History channel special that explored what Earth might be like if the human race were suddenly to disappear comes a series that provides, in even-more detail, a picture of a post-human future, revealing the fate of structures like the Sears Tower and the Sistine Chapel and creatures that might inherit the places we once lived. Supporting the visuals and special effects are interviews with specialists from the fields of engineering, botany, biology, geology and archaeology.

Current cast
James Lurie

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