Top 10 awesome shows like Blue Angels: A Year in the Life that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Blue Angels: A Year in the Life and you can't get over how good this show was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar shows which are created by the likes of Brian J. Kelly, Len Anderson IV and Harry Pritchett . Here goes the list -

  1. Blood and Thunder: The Sound of Alberts
  2. The Age of Terror: A Survey of Modern Terrorism
  3. What the Ancients Did for Us
  4. Living Universe
  5. Back in Time for Dinner
  6. My Coolest Years
  7. Lost Kingdoms of Central America
  8. Andes to Amazon
  9. Inquisition
  10. Ultimate Survival: Everest
  1. Blood and Thunder: The Sound of Alberts

    Blood and Thunder: The Sound of Alberts

    I've only watched the second half of the second episode, but, if you a child of Australian Rock n' Roll, this is not a series to be missed. I'm going back to find out where I can catch with Episode 1 and watch the whole thing through. Sitting here on the couch, I found myself air-guitaring, drumming my leg until my fingers were sore, never realised just how much I missed that era of AustraliN Rock n' Roll. Long live Bon, long live Doc.

    This show, created by Paul Clarke, David Field and Jacques Albert, scores 8.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary

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  2. The Age of Terror: A Survey of Modern Terrorism

    The Age of Terror: A Survey of Modern Terrorism

    Who are the men and women who bring bloody death to innocent civilians? Why do they do it? What are their methods? And how do they justify it?

    This show, created by Jon Blair and Tim Pigott-Smith, scores 7.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary

  3. What the Ancients Did for Us

    What the Ancients Did for Us

    This show, created by Martin Kemp, Adam Hart-Davis and Marty Jopson, scores 7.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary

  4. Living Universe

    Living Universe

    An interstellar adventure in search of an exoplanet that supports complex life. We ask the greatest minds in the world: How do we get there?

    This show, created by Vincent Amouroux, Chloé Boreham and Lee Perry, scores 7.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary

  5. Back in Time for Dinner

    Back in Time for Dinner

    A typical middle class Canadian family goes through an experiment to live in the past as a middle class Canadian family would, that life down to their suburban house interior being stripped to the walls and redecorated and refurnished with items solely from the era, the same with their clothes. These items are switched out weekly as they move onto the next era, each week the equivalent of one decade progressing in time throughout the week. They are provided a manual each week on how to live, including recipes from which they must make their meals. The show host provides background on the era in question, and periodically discusses with the family their feelings concerning the experience in light of their twenty-first century current life and mentality.

    This show, created by Nathalie Bibeau, Carlo Rota and Tristan Campus, scores 8.1 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary

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  6. My Coolest Years

    My Coolest Years

    This show, created by Stacey Altman, Ant and Kate Clinton, scores 7.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary

  7. Lost Kingdoms of Central America

    Lost Kingdoms of Central America

    From the people who met Christopher Columbus to the culture that inspired the Mayans; from the vast temple pyramids to the world's oldest ball-game, Lost Kingdoms Of Central America reveals the true character of a stunning continent through its archaeology, art, people and landscapes.

    This show, created by Craig Collinson, Jago Cooper and Álvaro Marenco, scores 7.1 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary

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  8. Andes to Amazon

    Andes to Amazon

    Andes to Amazon is an exploration of the exciting, diverse and unique wildlife that inhabits the dramatic landscapes of the vast South American continent. It's a land of great extremes, stretching from the Antarctic to the Equator. It has the planet's greatest river system, longest mountain chain, biggest and richest rainforest and driest desert. Using the latest camera techniques, including infrared night-vision cameras, rarely seen animals are revealed, whilst a specialist aerial cameraman soars over the continent, revealing an entirely new perspective on its varied and dramatic landscape.

    This show, created by Karen Bass, scores 8.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary

  9. Inquisition

    Inquisition

    This show, created by Bruce Burgess, Colin German and Diane German, scores 6.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary

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  10. Ultimate Survival: Everest

    Ultimate Survival: Everest

    This critically acclaimed six-part mini-series... Shot between March and June 2004, Ultimate Survival: Everest chronicles the Everest efforts of Team Discovery, which included two Canadian climbers - producer and experienced adventure guide Ben Webster, and his girlfriend, rookie climber and PhD candidate in Sports Psychology, Shauna Burke - plus Australian Andrew Lock and Hector Ponce De Leon from Mexico, both veterans of Everest and the world's most intimidating peaks. The series also follows the treks of Annabelle Bond, a London socialite; and diabetic American climber Will Cross. The expedition's members, including the team's Nepalese Sherpa guides, were trained to act as the production team, filming the extreme physical demands, physiological changes and emotional hazards. Soaring 8,848 meters above sea level - equal to the height of 16 CN Towers placed end to end - Everest's summit is the ultimate challenge for climbers around the world.

    This show, created by David McIlvride, Shaunna Burke and Garry Hartlin, scores 7.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary

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