Season 2 of ‘Unidentified’ Delivers More Military UFO Witnesses

HISTORY’s show Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation is returning for a second season.

Unidentified debuted last year. And, after garnering an audience of 19.1 million, HISTORY’s bringing the show back for another season.

During Season 1, episodes concluded with a public call for military personnel to submit personal UFO experiences. According to HISTORY, the response was substantial, with thousands of military witnesses emailing the show to share personal stories of sightings and encounters with unidentified aerial phenomena. And those submissions will play a key role in Season 2.

Tom DeLonge, Luis Elizondo, and Chris Mellon. (Credit: History/Damien Maloney)

The show is slightly modifying its formula for its second season. HISTORY explains:

In season two, each episode will center around a specific case or aspect of the modern UAP phenomenon and follow the credible team of connected investigators including former military intelligence official and Special Agent In-Charge, Luis Elizondo, and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and Intelligence, Chris Mellon, as they continue to divulge what the U.S. government (and other governments) know about these bizarre craft, hear additional firsthand eyewitness accounts of UAP sightings from military and civilian personnel, and share additional fact-based insight and information about these craft in an effort to produce tangible evidence and build the most indisputable case for the existence and threat of UAP ever assembled.

The new season of Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation premieres on Saturday, July 11 at 10/9c.

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