Parents' Guide to

Unsolved History

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Cracking the past's big mysteries with technology.

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Watching experts seek answers to big historical questions can be exciting -- sometimes they discover something really profound, while other times their hard works proves disappointing, yielding more questions than answers. But their quest is what makes Unsolved History compelling -- subjects that may normally hold little interest can come alive under these circumstances. That said, viewers will find some episodes more interesting than others. The show's slow pace and detailed experiments might lose younger viewers or those with shorter attention spans, although curious tweens and teens may be gripped by topics like underwater exploration and testing different types of explosives.

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