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The History channel, after deciding not to go forward with "The Kennedys," is reaching back to an earlier century.
Net has greenlit two-hour docu "Gettysburg," to be produced by Tony and Ridley Scott's Scott Free Prods. The film, as well as series and specials, will launch as a weeklong commitment to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War. Richard Bedser will write the docu, which will be directed by Adrian Moat.
Cabler didn't give a specific date as to when the programming would begin, but said the shows would debut in the second quarter.
Reality skeins, such as "Pawn Stars" and "American Pickers," also will have a …