The NFL Network is partnering with show-business luminaries like Tim McGraw and Jeremy Renner for a new documentary series called The Timeline that will highlight pivotal moments and teams in National Football League history, including the complicated relationship between Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers, the merger between the National Football League and the American Football League, and the Giants' momentous decision to move from New York City to New Jersey. George Clooney's Smokehouse Pictures will co-produce an episode that tells the story of how a Los Angeles reporter got a crude tape of Super Bowl XIV to U.S. hostages held in Tehran in 1980.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Timeline - Timeline of the French Revolution - Netflix
The following is a timeline of the French Revolution.
The Timeline - September 2-7 – Massacres in Paris prisons - Netflix
September 2-7: Following the news of surrender of Verdun, the Commune orders massacres of prisoners in Paris prisons. Between 1400 and 2000 prisoners are massacred, the great majority were common criminals, 17 percent were priests, 6 percent Swiss guards, and 5 percent political prisoners. September 10: The government requisitions all church objects made of gold or silver. September 19: Creation of the Louvre Museum displaying art taken from royal collections. September 20: Last session of Assembly votes a new law permitting civil marriage and divorce.
The Timeline - References - Netflix