59th Parallel Productions Inc., a television entertainment company, announced today the addition of Louis and Ruth Cusack as hosts to the Alaska Outdoors Television (alaskaoutdoorstelevision.com) team joining seasoned hosts Robert and Matthew Stone, airing 3 times a week on the Outdoor Channel from January through December.
Louis Cusack, originally from New Orleans, hunts extensively throughout the 49th state he now calls home. With 20 years experience and expertise hunting Alaska’s remote wilderness, Louis brings along his Cajun wit and know-how to every hunt. Louis met Ruth on a whitetail hunt in Iowa, but it wasn’t until he introduced her to the world of the Alaska outdoors, which captured her attention with its remote potential, that Ruth quickly moved to Alaska to join Louis in his adventures.
“We’re very excited to officially announce the addition of Louis and Ruth Cusack to our line up as hosts for this exclusive Alaska big game hunting series,” says Executive Producer, Tim Delarm. “Louis and Ruth bring a wealth of hunting experience with them and we can’t wait to start filming the 2014 season of adventures,” he says.
Louis and Ruth Cusack are best known for sharing their love of the outdoors and remote hunting opportunities on numerous hunting TV programs, outdoor forums, and publications. Together they gained national attention as the winning team of Cabela’s Ultimate Outdoor Team Challenge. Ruth Cusack, named the 2013 Prois Hardcore Huntress of the Year, represents women hunters alongside some of the most highly recognized names in the industry. Since this couple met, they have done nothing but look forward to sharing the next adventure.
Catch Robert and Matthew Stone, and Louis and Ruth Cusack weekly on “Alaska Outdoors Television” Alaska’s exclusive self-guided outdoorsmen series on Outdoor Channel giving viewers an open window into Alaska’s remote wilderness. Alaska’s best team up to challenge rugged terrain and often-unforgiving conditions; from Alaska’s giant Kodiak brown bears, moose, dall sheep rams and mountain goats to waterfowl and small game hunting. Each adventure transports the viewer into the world of the last frontier.
Alaska Outdoors Television can be seen every week on the Outdoor Channel Monday 2pm, Friday 1:30am and Saturday at 1:30pm Eastern Time. Golden Moose Award Nomination – Outdoor Channel 2013 – Best Videography.
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