‘Harley And The Davidsons,’ A New 3-Night Event Series Premieres Monday

by Sandi Berg

In this 3-night television event, experience the untold true story of two friends who refused to settle for the status quo. On a humble street in Milwaukee at the turn of the century, Bill Harley and Arthur Davidson designed a motorized bicycle that they believed would give people a new way to see the world around them. Ride along as we go inside the minds, hearts and motors and see how ordinary men took their dream and built a company that became a global empire. Starring: Robert Aramayo as Bill Harley, Bug Hall as Arthur Davidson, Michiel Huisman as Walter Davidson, Gabriel Luna ans Eddie Hasha and Annie Read as Anna Harley.

Don’t miss this new three-night event series Harley and the Davidsons (three consecutive nights) airing on the Discovery Channel.

It’s an outstanding production enhanced by great talent. Based on a true story, this six-hour miniseries charts the birth of this iconic bike during a time of great social and technological change beginning at the turn of the 20th century. Walter, Arthur and Bill risked their entire fortune and livelihood to launch the budding enterprise. Each of these men faced very different challenges, but it was the motorcycle that united their dreams and ambitions.

For Walter Davidson, the venture was a chance to escape from the confines of society–to ignore the rules and build a bike that could go anywhere and ride hard. For Arthur Davidson, it was an opportunity to finally make good on his name. And for Bill Harley, the bike gave him hope to break free from his overbearing parents and apply his talent as an engineer.

The series is led by an all-star cast including Michiel Huisman (“Game of Thrones”) as Walter Davidson, Robert Aramayo (“Game of Thrones”) as William (Bill) Harley and Bug Hall (“The Little Rascals”) playing the role of  Arthur Davidson.

The miniseries premieres Monday, Sept. 5, at 9 p.m.

Sandi Berg is also a freelance journalist and writes about television for several magazines including Written By (Writer’s Guild of America), Life After 50 and Whole Life Times Magazine. 

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