Partnering with leading networks and content creators, Ancestry® is proud to bring audiences these remarkable programs about family connections, our unknown pasts, and life-affirming discoveries.
Roots Less Traveled showcases inspiring journeys between two family members that learn firsthand about their shared history and experience the profound impact of those revelations.
Six people come together on a journey of self-discovery. The very human story of the Underground Railroad unfolds through records and reveals the dynamic impact our shared history has on identity, family, and legacy.
Follow people on their journey of self-discovery, and watch as they connect to their past, grounding them in the present and helping them better envision their future.
The Emmy Award-winning documentary series "Who Do You Think You Are?" features top celebrities as they navigate through incredibly personal journeys to unlock the mysteries of their ancestors. Whether inspiring, courageous, or tragic, what’s discovered is sure to change each participant’s life forever.
Join noted Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr. as he reveals unique and often surprising family histories of celebrities and influential people.
On Long Lost Family hosts Chris Jacobs and Lisa Joyner follow the stories of people who have experienced long-term separation from members of their family and are seeking to be reunited.
A military historian and an investigative filmmaker travel around the world in search of lost war remnants and forgotten artifacts. They reveal the untold stories about what they find on the battlefield or in museum collections as they reunite family members with these found objects.
Ancestry® partnered with Freethink to bring the African American genealogy work of Eden Cemetery to light. By restoring and digitizing generations of overlooked African American genealogy records, people are discovering unknown details about their family history and connections to heroes of the past.
This new podcast from Ancestry® and Newspapers.com™ explores intriguing newspaper stories from the past. Hosts Brad Argent and historian Michala Hulme share historic newspaper articles that caught their eye, and put on their genealogy hats to discover more about the people involved in the story.
Some of the most fascinating family stories are never told. But on My Family Secrets Revealed, the mysteries hiding behind the family tree are brought into the light. Watch as the truth comes to the surface, and people’s lives are changed forever.