Lucas Hoge will premiere a new series, Hoge Wild, starting at 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT on June 29 via the Sportsman Channel. The show will feature the singer-songwriter traveling the globe to highlight environments around the world, and according to Hoge, to “focus on conservation and changing the narrative of hunting.”
Hoge will welcome viewers as he goes duck hunting in Nebraska, elk hunting in Colorado, deep sea fishing in Purerto Vallarta and diving in the Cayman Islands.
“This show has been a passion of mine and a long time in the making,” Hoge says. “My guitar has been my passport to traveling across the globe and meeting amazing people…In the first episode, I will be in the mountains of New Mexico harvesting Mule Deer, giving everyone a taste of my life as a touring artist and just how and where that life takes me. From the desert to the snow, scuba diving 100 feet down, to the mountains of New Zealand I’m going take you with me across this beautiful planet of ours.”
The first season will feature 10 episodes. Hoge serves as creator and executive producer, and is already working on season 2 of the series. The series is produced by Forge Entertainment Group, Fall West Collective and Subspace Media.
Hoge recently released the song “Wishin’ I Was Fishin’,” which he co-wrote with Philip Lammond. Hoge’s album Dirty South reached No. 1 on the Billboard Country Album Sales chart in 2017.
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