My husband has an amazing mind with regards to remembering history and facts. When we watch the Jeopardy, a quiz show here in the US, hubby can answer 80% + of the questions. He is up to date with politics, current events and the trendy Big TV Shows such The Bible and Vikings on History Channel, he knows it first hand. The Bible is an Epic series on History Channel aired on primetime and produced by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett ( see 2nd photo below).
The mini series runs for 10 hours and shown in five installments. It started March 3 and will conclude on Easter Sunday. Each episode runs for 2 hours and we have been watching it since. At first, I thought no one would patronize it especially that it talks about Christianity. Lo and behold, it is trending in Twitter, most talked-about in Facebook and according to the news, The Bible had 13.1 million viewers on its first episode and by far, the largest audience on cable TV this year.
I am very happy that The Bible has a positive feedback not only from the religious community but including those who are not Christians. I read the twitter feedback and was truly amazed that most of the tweets are positive. There were blasphemers and some controversies especially when they showed the EVIL who look like the US President. If you haven't seen THE BIBLE on History Channel, you can check it here and I hope you will enjoy watching. Don't forget to watch it this Sunday at 8/7C for the last two-hour episode.
Have a blessed Holy Week to all.