A&E’s “American Hoggers” premiere rescheduled due to weather conditions
A&E is moving the premiere date of its new reality series “American Hoggers” because of the extreme heat wave and drought in Central Texas, according to a news release.
The 8-episode half-hour series, which follows the Campbell family and their struggle to rescue Texas residents and ranches from the chaos caused by an abundance of invasive wild boars, was originally slated to debut Aug. 16, but has been postponed until this fall with a premiere date to be announced soon.
“Due to the recent extreme weather in Texas, we think it’s best to move ‘American Hoggers’ to the fall out of consideration to the Campbell family, the crew, and the horses and dogs the family use to hunt,” Executive Vice President of A&E Programming David McKillop said in the news release. “In this record-breaking heat, even the hogs can use a break.”
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