Episode 1 Recap The Boston Massacre and the Birth of the Revolution

Episode 2 Recap: The True Story of Paul Revere's Famous Ride

Episode 3 Recap: See the Powerful Re-Creation of the Battle of Bunker Hill


Don't miss the Fourth of July weekend episode of the hit docu-series Legends & Lies on Sunday at 8:00pm ET on Fox News Channel!

In Legends & Lies: The Patriots, you get to see the American Revolution, as it really happened.

On last week's episode, we saw the powerful re-creation of the Battle of Bunker Hill and were introduced to Benjamin Franklin, who returned from England to join the rebellion.

In this weekend's episode, General George Washington - Commanding Revolution, the inexperienced commander struggles with the challenges of building a military force from an untested colonial militia and limited supplies.

Meanwhile, the British Army sits just across the bay in Boston. Though thoroughly outmatched, Washington executes an ingenious bluff, leading to a British retreat and the Continental Army’s first victory.

Bolstered by his success, the Commander marches to New York, unaware that members of his own personal guard are secretly plotting to kill him.

Watch the preview clips above and below and make sure to tune in on Sunday at 8:00pm ET on Fox News Channel!


Legends & Lies is narrated by executive producer Bill O'Reilly and produced by Warm Springs Productions, which is known for such programs as The History Channel’s "Mountain Men," Animal Planet’s "American River Renegades" and HGTV’s "Log Cabin Living."

Full episode schedule...

Sunday, July 3: General George Washington - Commanding Revolution

Sunday, July 10: Thomas Jefferson - Independence Declared

Sunday, July 17: Benedict Arnold - American Traitor

Sunday, July 24: Francis Marion - American Guerrilla Fighter

Sunday, July 31: President George Washington - Forged In Conflict

Sunday, August 7: Alexander Hamilton & Aaron Burr - Deadly Division

Three more special episodes will air in December...

Sunday, December 11: Forgotten Heroes

Sunday, December 18: America's First Christmas

Sunday, January 1: How Freedom Was Won