TED NUGENT's 'Spirit Of The Wild' Goes High Definition

The award-winning Ted Nugent "Spirit Of The Wild" TV show on the Outdoor Channel debuts all brand new shows on Tuesday, June 29 at 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. (Central Time) on Dish Network Channel 606.

Celebrating another soul-stirring hunting season with family, friends, U.S. military heroes and special guest kids from across America, Ted and Shemane Nugent and family continue their raw, real world documentary style of hunting television that so many have come to enjoy.

Upgrading equipment to state-of-the-art technology while retaining that down-to-earth "take-one" style combines the best of both worlds to continue the most honest, believable nature TV anywhere. The revolution is being televised and it is alive and well on Ted Nugent "Spirit of the Wild" TV now.


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