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Horrible Histories

Horrible Histories is British Comedy TV series. Produced by Lion Television. Stars: Jim Howick, Simon Farnaby, Mathew Baynton. It premiered on Apr 16, 2009, on CBBC. The series has 8.8 * rating by IMDb. Winner of the BAFTA Children's Award, BAFTA British Academy Children's Award, British Comedy Award, Broadcast Awards, Emmy.


How Many Seasons Are There Of Horrible Histories: 8 (101 episodes)

Season 9


Season 8

Season premieres on June 15, 2017

Returns: July 24, 2017

Finale: May 7, 2018

CBBC, 15 episodes

Season 7

Season premieres on April 19, 2016

Returns: July 11, 2016

CBBC, 3 episodes

Season 6

2015, CBBC, 15 episodes

Season 5

2013, CBBC, 15 episodes

Season 4

2012, CBBC, 15 episodes

Season 3

2011, CBBC, 13 episodes

Season 2

2010, CBBC, 12 episodes

Season 1

2009, CBBC, 13 episodes

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Horrible Histories is on CBBC (United Kingdom) Thursdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S8E15 (Terrible Tudor Special) - Air Date: May 07, 2018 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Horrible Histories scribe reveals how scary schooldays started a revolution - Big Issue - via Bigissue

To celebrate 25 years of Horrible Histories Deary took The Big Issue on an exclusive guided tour of the most horrible historical spots in Durham, in which he talks about the highs and lows (especially the loathsome lows) of the city’s past, as well as his own journey – and his thwarted ambitions to be a country and western singer!

Best children's programme: Horrible Histories | Features - Broadcast - via Broadcastnow

How we made Horrible Histories - The Guardian - via Theguardian

Horrible Histories, TrueTube lead BAFTA Children's noms - Kidscreen - via Kidscreen

Horrible Histories: 5 brilliant songs from series 5 - Radio Times - via Radiotimes

Horrible Histories author Terry Deary looks back on 25 years of writing title that produced an 'awful lot of sausage' - The Northern Echo - via Thenorthernecho

The work of the Sunderland-born wordsmith, who got three A-levels at school, has proven to be the gateway into history and reading for young people across the world. Thanks to Terry and Martin, millions of children every week engage with the past through the books and the CBBC TV series.

Horrible Histories books have 'naturally come to an end' - BBC News - via Bbc

How Horrible Histories grew up to be a hit comedy show - - via Telegraph

Original Horrible Histories team become Ghosts - via Comedy

Best children's programme: Horrible Histories - via Broadcastnow

Its positive tone, coupled with a bit of sass, brought something new to the market: a UK show with clear appeal to those hard-to-reach viewers who were outgrowing CBBC. Series two is now on the way.

Ghosts, review: a delightfully bonkers new comedy for adults from the Horrible Histories team - iNews - via Inews

BBC rapped over Horrible Histories Florence Nightingale sketch - BBC News - via Bbc

Review: Horrible Histories Awful Egyptians at De Montfort Hall in Leicester - Leicestershire Live - via Leicestermercury

Horrible Histories returns: CBBC favourite to make small screen comeback with World War I special - Metro - via Metro

Horrible Histories cover the evolution of music : Video 2017 - Chortle - via Chortle


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