National Geographic series ‘The Greeks’ joins ever-growing Disney Plus catalogue

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National Geographic’s three part series ‘The Greeks’ is the latest title to join Disney Plus’ ever-growing history catalogue, arriving on the platform on Friday.

Originally released in 2016, the PBS and National Geographic Studios series traces the history and legacy of the ancient Greeks.

From the creation of democracy to the development of art, architecture and philosophy, the series explores some of the greatest achievements of the ancient Greeks, and how they ultimately paved the way for the modern West.

“In National Geographic’s landmark event series ‘The Greeks’, historians and archaeologists, actors and athletes, scientists and artists launch a groundbreaking exploration into the ancient Greeks’ journey – not just to better understand their past, but to discover how their legacy illuminates our present, and will shape our future,” PBS said upon it’s release.

The series is narrated by Australian actor Toby Leonard Moore, with viewers guided on the journey by English historian Bettany Hughes.

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