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Mysteries at the Museum

Mysteries at the Museum is American Documentary TV series. Produced by Optomen Productions. Stars: Don Wildman, Armen Mazlumian, Rory Duffy. Also known as Mysterien im Museum in Germany. It debuted on Nov 02, 2010, on Travel Channel. The series has 8.2 * rating by IMDb.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of Mysteries at the Museum Are There Total: 25 (483 episodes)

Season 2019

Season premieres on January 2, 2019

Travel Channel, 16 episodes

Season 2018

Season premieres on January 4, 2018

Returns: June 7, 2018

Travel Channel, 66 episodes

Season 2017

2017, Travel Channel, 60 episodes

Season 2016

2016, Travel Channel, 53 episodes

Season 2015

2015, Travel Channel, 25 episodes

Season 2014

2014, Travel Channel, 31 episodes

Season 2013

2013, Travel Channel, 23 episodes

Season 2012

2012, Travel Channel, 24 episodes

Season 2011

2011, Travel Channel, 15 episodes

Season 2010

2010, Travel Channel, 9 episodes

Season 22

Travel Channel

Season 21

Travel Channel

Season 20

Travel Channel

Season 19

Travel Channel

Season 18

Travel Channel

Season 17

2017, Travel Channel, 13 episodes

Season 16

Travel Channel

Season 15

2020, Travel Channel

Season 14

2017, Travel Channel, 20 episodes

Season 13

Travel Channel

Season 12

2020, Travel Channel

Season 11

2020, Travel Channel

Season 10

2016, Travel Channel, 13 episodes

Season 9

2020, Travel Channel

Season 8

2015, Travel Channel, 13 episodes

Season 7

2014, Travel Channel, 13 episodes

Season 6

2014, Travel Channel, 18 episodes

Season 5

2013, Travel Channel, 16 episodes

Season 4

2012, Travel Channel, 13 episodes

Season 3

2012, Travel Channel, 18 episodes

Season 2

2011, Travel Channel, 12 episodes

Season 1

2010, Travel Channel, 12 episodes

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Mysteries at the Museum Air Time

Mysteries at the Museum is on Travel Channel (United States) Wednesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 2019 Episode 16 () - Air Date: Apr 17, 2019 (2 months ago)

News & Interviews

International Swimming Hall of Fame and Lynne Cox Featured on Travel Channel's "Mysteries at the Museum" - Swimming World Magazine - via Swimmingworldmagazine

After being ignored at every turn, Cox finally decided to use “every last penny” of her savings to do her swim. On the eve of the swim, there was still no word from Moscow, and the military on both sides of the Cold War were jittery.

Breaking News - Travel Channel's Popular "Mysteries at the Museum" Specials Return with New Episodes on Thursday, December 28 at 9:00 PM ET/PT - The Futon Critic - by Thefutoncritic

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Mysteries at the Museum: The Show's Best Discoveries - TVOvermind - by Tvovermind

In ancient China, statues were sometimes buried in tombs so that the people they represented would continue to serve the tomb’s owner in the afterlife. However, no one took this as far as the First Emperor of China, who was said to have forced tens of thousands of men to create replicas of palaces, replicas of landscapes, and even replicas of the seas in his massive mausoleum. So far, these stories remain unconfirmed because Chinese archaeologists are waiting to open the tomb until techniques and technologies have advanced to the point that they can preserve the contents, though what is known is that there are 6,000 unique warriors made out of terracotta and carrying real bronze weapons. Said statues have been a source of fascination for many people over the years since their discovery, which is why they were covered on Episode 2 of Season 14.

Mysteries at the Museum, Off Limits return on Travel Channel - TV Series Finale - according to Tvseriesfinale

Could the 1800’s Ennis, Montana creature be of the same species as the 1700’s Gevaudan, France beast, perhaps a rare evolutionary dwarf remnant of the long extinct giant andrewsarchus? That might explain the odd striping, the blood curdling scream sound it emitted, the ferocity of it’s attacks, and the hyena-wolf-monster appearance.

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