Alien conspiracy theorist and former blink-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge has executive-produced a new tv series, Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation.

The six-part series set to premiere on History Channel in May. According to a press release, the new series is set to expose “new evidence on UFOs.” Featuring interviews with “former Government Officials disclos[ing] new information in an effort to change Government Policy about the potential threats UFOs pose to U.S. National Security.”

Luis Elizondo, Former military official and Special Agent-in-Charge of the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, will be one of the interview subjects set to feature on the show.

When Tom DeLonge left blink-182 to focus his attention on hunting aliens, we could have never anticipated he take it this seriously.

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“With this show, the real conversation can finally begin. I’m thankful to History for giving the To The Stars Academy team of world-class scientists, engineers and intelligence experts the opportunity to tell the story in a comprehensive and compelling way,” Tom Delonge shared “I think everyone that watches the show will walk away with questions answered and a feeling of, ‘wow, I get it now.'”

Since he left the band in 2016, DeLonge has written multiple books about aliens and founded To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (which unfortunately racked up a $37 million deficit.) DeLonge was also recognised at UFO Researcher of the Year by UFO video website Open Minds TV.

This is the second show about aliens that DeLonge has announced in recent months. Back in December, it was announced that Strange Times a fictional series based on DeLonge’s graphic novel of the same name was in the works. Since the success of Gerard Way’s The Umbrella Academy, I am completely here for pop-punk legends pursuing their television dreams.’

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