Project Blue Book

Aired: Feb 04, 2020 , Tuesday at 22:00 on History

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Episode Summary: Hynek and Quinn investigate reports of a soldier who was allegedly taken inside a flying saucer at a remote military base in Nevada, where they subsequently learn about the several reasons why the secrets contained in Area 51 should not be released.
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Who wins the toss-up for the most shadowy and shadiest conspirator? Hynek and Quinn had thought the Air Force won that coin toss, but on Project Blue Book Season 2 Episode 3, they discovered another shadowy government organization who might have beat the Air Force by a mile. But, not really. The Air Force still wins. It's surprising that the CIA would even allow anyone on their base to investigate anything. Heck, Hynek had never even heard of the CIA before Valentine to... more

 
 
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Halfway through its first season, History has renewed the freshman drama series “Project Blue Book,” it was announced Saturday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. History has ordered a 10-episode second season of the series, which is based on the true, top-secret investigations into Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) and related phenomena conducted by the United States Air Force in the 1950s and 60s. It stars Aidan Gillen, Michael Malarkey, Neal McDonou... more

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