Anyway, TV Squad reports that the mastermind behind "Deadliest Catch" and "Ice Road Truckers" has inked a three show deal, with 10 episodes slated for each of the three shows.
Must be nice to sign a three show deal without having any ideas for the three shows ready to go. They must really love trust that this producer is going to bring in the ratings, or they are desperate for something to fill the void during the writers strike.
The network has given a 10-episode commitment to all three and guaranteed they will run at least two in prime time. So what are they about? Apparently, it didn't matter because Beers is working with the network now to figure out the subjects for all three.
Seriously, how is this even possible?