A+E Networks’ History has revealed more details about its upcoming major programming events, including Vietnam in HD.
No firm air date has yet been announced but the series will premiere this fall. It is produced by the team behind the Emmy Award-winning WWII in HD, Lou Reda Productions.
Vietnam in HD, to be narrated by Michael C. Hall (Dexter), features rare and restored footage, much of it captured by soldiers in action.
The narrative structure is provided by first-person accounts from 13 veterans and individuals whose lives were forever altered by the war, with the stories to be voice by various actors, including Adrian Grenier (pictured above), Edward Burns, Blair Underwood, Zachary Levi, Tempestt Bledsoe, James Marsden and Jennifer Love Hewitt. The veterans themselves will also appear in the project.
The U.S. cable net also set an air date for 9/11: The Days After, formerly known as 9/12: The Day After, and coming from New Animal Productions, the team behind the Emmy-winning 102 Minutes that Changed America.
The new program, airing September 10 at 9 p.m. EST, takes a look at how New York City and the world changed in the days immediately following the catastrophic events of 9/11.
The original production of 102 Minutes will air on September 11, simulcast commercial-free across all A+E Networks as well as on History.com and globally on History in more than 150 countries, beginning at 8:46 a.m. EST, the time the first plane crashed into the North Tower of the Twin Towers 10 years ago.
Other 9/11 commemorative programming on History to mark the event’s 10th anniversary includes the previously announced Voices from Inside the Tower from Darlow Smithson Productions and Making the 9/11 Memorial from Parrot Productions.