LOS ANGELES, CA – FUEL TV, Fox Sports Media Group’s dynamic entertainment and sports network for young males, announces the return of four original hit series: “The Standard Snowboard Show,” “The Adventures of Danny & the Dingo,” “Thrillbillies” and “Built to Shred.”
“These are four original series that continue to attract loyal audiences for us at FUEL TV,” says Shane Coburn, FUEL TV Director, Development and Current Programming. “The programs deliver compelling characters, intense situations, frenetic action, and irreverent humor, making them all time-tested fan favorites.”
Each FUEL TV series, scheduled to premiere in the fall or winter, promises a stirring new season with more mind-blowing stunts, outrageous characters and fantastic stories.
- Coming back for an eighth season, “The Standard Snowboard Show” captures snowboarding’s most elite professionals in cutting-edge filmmaking at the world’s most exotic locations. The eight action-fortified episodes take viewers into the most dangerous and spectacular locations around the world where big mountain experts conquer avalanche-prone descents. Stunning cinematography is matched by a driving score.
- “The Adventures of Danny & the Dingo” dives into a fifth season with two-time Olympic silver medalist snowboarder, Danny Kass, and his maniacal best friend, The Dingo, as they travel the world and run into mischief, misfortunes, and surprises in 14 action-packed episodes.
- The fourth season of the unscripted all-action series “Thrillbillies” follows a daredevil crew of redneck ruffians as they perform wild, hilarious, unimaginable stunts in ten must-see episodes.
- Offering up 14 episodes of ingenious obstacles, season four of “Built to Shred” showcases the design and construction of strange and awesome features for top skateboarders, BMXers, surfers, and other action sports athletes to conquer.
Fans can catch previous shows and clips of “Thrillbillies,” “Built to Shred,” “The Adventures of Danny & the Dingo” and “The Standard Snowboard Show” on FUEL TV, Hulu.com, iTunes and www.fuel.tv.