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TELEVISION: Unnatural History – Live-Action Adventure on an Animated Network!

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Take the three lead characters from the Harry Potter, subtract their wizardly skills and stick them in National Treasure and the result would be very like The Cartoon Network’s first live-action adventure series, Unnatural History [Sundays, 8/7C] – and that’s not a bad thing!

When Henry Griffin’s [Kevin G. Schmidt] archaeologist parents send him home to Washington, DC, he is less than thrilled. “Those people can’t even vote,” he cries. Worse, from his life lived around the globe, he’s picked up all the skills you need to survive in the wild – which makes him completely unprepared for high school. Not to mention the fact that his godfather [Colin Fox] has been murdered – something he learns in the worst possible way; at the worst possible moment.

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