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Cuarto milenio is a Spanish television program directed and presented by journalist Iker Jiménez and Carmen Porter. The program has been broadcast weekly on television channel Cuatro since November 2005. The program explores various topics such as conspiracy, occult, criminology, ufology, psychology, parapsychology, demonology, archaeology, history, and zoology.
|Directed by||Fernando Rodriguez|
|Presented by||Iker Jiménez|
|Country of origin||Spain|
|No. of seasons||15|
|No. of episodes||(list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Mediaset España|
|Original release||November 16, 2005|
- Iker Jiménez (direction and presentation)
- Carmen Porter (narration and co-presentation)
- Santiago Camacho (editorial, also in Millennium 3)
- Pablo Villarrubia (editorial)
- Paco Pérez Caballero (editorial)
- Nacho Ares (editorial)
- Luis Álvarez (editorial)
- Gerardo Peláez (editorial coordinator)
- Carlos Largo (editorial, also in Millennium 3)
- Javier Pérez Campos (editorial, also in Millennium 3)
- Guillermo León (crew and webmaster)
- Juan Villa (artistics)
On May 16, 2006, Cracking the Code aired, marking the theatrical release of The Da Vinci Code. The director and presenter of Cuarto Milenio conducted a special program that addressed the secrets and controversies raised by the book. On December 25, 2006, The Exodus Decoded special aired. This program discussed the documentary and research done by Felix Golubev and Simcha Jacobovici, about a proposed Jewish exodus from Egypt.
In 2007 the program aired a special about Jesus. A special emphasis was given to the apocryphal gospels.
In July 2008 a special on Chernobyl aired.
In April 2012 they presented a special about the sinking of the RMS Titanic.
Colección Cuarto milenio was a book-DVD collection that included best programs of the first few seasons, which were available weekly in kiosks. There was another set released in 2011.
Cuarto Milenio is, along with Callejeros, the oldest program of Cuatro, having been broadcast continuously since the channel began service in November 2005. The best ratings for the show were in the third season (2007–2008), with an average audience share of 13.2% (897,208 viewers). During the following seasons, the show has maintained an average audience of 600,000 viewers per night, representing around 10% of the audience share, the only program on Cuatro to reach such a high percentage.
|1||November 2005 – June 2006||36||1–36|
|2||September 2006 – June 2007||45||37–80|
|3||September 2007 – June 2008||46||81–124|
|4||September 2008 – June 2009||45||125–166|
|5||September 2009 – June 2010||36||167–202|
|6||September 2010 – June 2011||40||203–242|
|7||September 2011 – July 2012||42||243–284|
|8||September 2012 – July 2013||46||285–330|
|9||September 2013 – July 2014||44||331–374|
|10||September 2014 – July 2015||44||375–418|
|11||September 2015 – July 2016||44||419–462|
|12||September 2016 – July 2017||463|
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