The History Channel has a problem: What happens to your network when you've run out of history to talk about?
There are only so many ways to say Nostradamus was right. So what then? Why you make up new history, of course!
The Future ... err, History Channel just debuted a new show called "Day After Disaster" that describes what experts think would happen if a terrorist unleashed a nuclear device in front of the Capitol Building. It's must-see TV for sure, with all of the special effects that show the bomb's shockwaves leveling the city, knocking planes out of the sky and making the White House get all wobbly at the knees.
Here's the link to a bootleg copy uploaded to YouTube. If you don't have time to watch the whole thing, we highlighted the good stuff the D.C. area should know. Consider it the CliffsNotes of Nuclear Devastation in Washington, D.C.
What We Learned:
So there you go; some key points to ponder while you're enjoying a crisp fall day in the District. Oh, and if you want to watch the whole show, The History Channel will be playing it again at 6 p.m. Sunday.