During the six part series, a team of experts explores sites and digs in counties across the province, revealing exciting new finds through the use of laser technology and state-of-the-art computer imaging.
Presented by Rita FitzGerald, the first episode explores a 400-year-old fort at Dunnalong on the banks of the River Foyle and travels to where a bloody battle took place near Ballymoney in 1642.
In future episodes, Ulster Unearthed takes a closer look at Carrickfergus Castle, which has played a military role for almost 1,000 years in the Co Antrim town.
While in Ballycarry, near Larne, the team learns more about a site close to Ireland's first Presbyterian church that a property developer has his eye on.
In Bangor, an exciting discovery is made. Searches for an Ulster-Scots settlement result in relics from a much earlier period being discovered.
The final programme takes the team to the north Antrim coast, to Dunluce, where more is learned about a medieval hall dating back to the 1550s and the castle's resident ghost!
Presenter Rita FitzGerald said: "Ulster Unearthed is a fabulous series to work on. I hope viewers enjoy watching it as much as we did making it! The history and special effects are really amazing."
Produced by Televisionary:NI, a local independent production company, the series received funding from the Northern Ireland Screen Ulster-Scots Broadcast Fund (USBF).
Jeremy Hibbard, Televisionary:NI's Creative Director, said: "Thousands of people came to Ulster from Scotland during the seventeenth century. These 'Ulster-Scots' made the journey to escape religious persecution, improve their standing in life and also because the journey was short and easy to make."
Michael Wilson, UTV's Managing Director of Television said: "This is a fascinating new series. We have a long track record of working with Televisionary and we're looking forward to the same success that their Ultimate Ulster series delivered for UTV.
"It was not only the most-watched non-news programme on UTV at that time, but also the most-watched regional programme in the whole of the UK."
Ulster Unearthed is aired on Mondays at 8pm.