Young Indy docs to air on History Channel
A series of documentaries originally created to coincide with George Lucas' The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones (the title of a VHS version of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles) will be aired on the History Channel sometime next year.
The channel acquired rights to all ninety-four of the educational documentaries through a deal with Lucas. They cover such topics as ballet, Al Capone and slavery.
In an interview with Tosche Station, producer Rick McCallum described the documentaries as a kind of timeline that follow young Indiana as he meets different historical figures. McCallum also said the first set of Young Indiana Jones DVDs could be out before Christmas.
[via Geeks of Doom]