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"Aerial America" (TV show) on the Smithsonian Channel is the most expansive series of U.S. aerial adventures in television history. This season, the series soars high above new states such as Montana, Ohio, Minnesota and West Virginia. Viewers can also find a brand-new twist: themed specials that present an array of our nation's most intriguing and iconic places across several states, including "Amazing Destinations," "Made in the USA," and "Beyond Hollywood."

First launched in 2008, the series is now 43 states into its epic quest to capture all 50 states from the air, from their historical treasures and cultural landmarks to places far off the beaten path. "Aerial America" offers the ultimate "bird's eye view" of our country and its wonders.

Shot from a helicopter equipped with a state-of-the-art Cineflex V-14 HD camera system, each episode gives rare glimpses from breathtaking heights of the unmatched beauty, rich history and astonishing sights each of the states has to offer.

"Aerial America" is produced by Tusker Television for Smithsonian Channel. Tusker Television's Executive Producer is Toby Beach. Executive Producers for Smithsonian Channel are David Royle and Charles Poe.


Network: Smithsonian Channel
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 90 mins.
Premiere Date: 2008
Seasons: 2
Production Company: Tusker Television

"Aerial America" (TV show) scene 'Aerial America' Season 2 Soars Up, Up and Away — Premiering February 23, the new season of the Smithsonian Channel series soars across the states of Texas, Idaho, Utah, Kentucky, North and South Dakota, and Wyoming. Read more...
"Aerial America" (TV show) scene Smithsonian Channel Takes Flight with 'Aerial America' — Premiering Sunday, July 14, the new season of the series soars high above new states such as Montana, Ohio, Minnesota and West Virginia. Read more...

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