Thom Beers, producer of Emmy Award-winning "Deadliest Catch," sets out to rewrite history in a new hour-long series that takes a team of experts led by Richard "Mack" Machowitz, (10-year veteran of the U.S. Navy SEALs and host and producer of "Future Weapons") and asks one question: Could some of the most brutal military battles of all time have had different outcomes if the losers had built a "Weapon X?"
Each week, Mack and his team will use modern day ingenuity and inventiveness combined with the technology of the time to create game-changing weapons in history's most famous battles. Featuring one battle a week, the team will look at the ins and outs of each conflict from a historical and scientific perspective and then set their sights on building a game-changing weapon. Viewers will follow the fabrication and ultimately the testing of one of the craziest and no-doubt deadliest weapons the world has ever seen. Battles include the Alamo, the Tet Offensive, Gettysburg, Okinawa and more. Beers of Original Productions is executive producer along with Philip Segal. (Source:
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