Unlikely Paths Cross and Conquer in Part Two of Sportsman Channel’s “MeatEater” Finale Thursday, Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
NEW BERLIN, WI (September 23, 2014) – The hunt for Alaskan black bear continues as Navy SEAL Commander Rorke Denver joins Steven Rinella, host of Sportsman Channel’s MeatEater, in the Alaskan range. The men chose vastly different career paths, but through hunting and writing they are brought together in hopes of discovering a bruin worth harvesting. The two-part MeatEater finale concludes Thursday, September 25 at 8 p.m. ET/PT exclusively on Sportsman Channel.
Rinella and Denver’s differences span from their career choices to how they hold a rifle, a fact more evident than ever after the men spend a week on the hunt for an Alaskan black bear. Denver, a tactically-trained Navy SEAL and Rinella, a skilled hunter, though vastly different, connect through an incredible hunting experience. Brought together by the outdoors, it isn’t long before the men have a sense of camaraderie. The only thing missing is the one aspect of the hunt the men are still pining for most – a black bear.
“While hunting with Rorke, I couldn’t help but consider the wildly different paths people can take,” said Rinella. “Rorke chose the path of a war hero, one that he knew would absolutely lead him to dark and dangerous places from which he might not return. I chose something different, safer, more fun, and with more freedom. But it’s not as rewarding and damn sure not as selfless.”
Tune in to the conclusion of the two-part MeatEater finale Thursday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Sportsman Channel.
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About Steven Rinella: Steven Rinella is an avid outdoorsman, writer, and television personality best known for his ability to translate the hunting lifestyle to a wide variety of audiences. He is the author of The Scavenger’s Guide to Haute Cuisine, the award-winning American Buffalo: In Search of a Lost Icon, and most recently, Meat Eater: Adventures from the Life of an American Hunter. He’s a correspondent for Outside magazine, and his writing has also appeared in the New York Times, Glamour, O the Oprah Magazine, Men’s Journal, and more traditional hunting and fishing publications like Field and Stream and Petersen’s Hunting.
About Zero Point Zero: Zero Point Zero Production is an award-winning production company located in Manhattan. Founded by Executive Producers Chris Collins and Lydia Tenaglia in 2003, with Partner and Managing Director Joe Caterini coming aboard in 2009. Zero Point Zero has produced hundreds of hours of television in over 80 countries around the world, including the two Emmy Award-winning series Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations and Gourmet’s Diary of a Foodie. Zero Point Zero has produced television series and specials for CNN, Travel Channel, Food Network, Cooking Channel, Discovery Channel, PBS, Sportsman Channel, The Weather Channel, and Bravo. Visit www.zeropointzero.com for additional information.
About Sportsman Channel: Launched in 2003, Sportsman Channel/Sportsman HD is the only television and digital media company fully devoted to honoring a lifestyle that is celebrated by millions of Americans. The leader in outdoor television, Sportsman Channel delivers entertaining and informative programming that embraces outdoor adventure, hunting and fishing, and reveals it through unique, surprising and authentic storytelling. Sportsman Channel embraces the attitude of “Red, Wild & Blue America” – where the American Spirit and Great Outdoors are celebrated in equal measure. The network also is dedicated to promoting our nation’s military heroes and veterans, as well as providing a voice for conservation throughout the United States. Sportsman Channel reaches more than 36 million U.S. television households. Stay connected to Sportsman Channel online at www.thesportsmanchannel.com; Facebook, (facebook.com/sportsmanchannel); Twitter (twitter.com/SPORTSMANchnl and twitter.com/SportsmanPR) and YouTube (youtube.com/TheSportsmanChannel).