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History to debut “No Man’s Land” in March

The series (pictured), produced for the U.S. network by Warm Springs Productions, follows five men living in various American deserts as they contend with hostile environmental conditions and live off the land.
February 11, 2014

U.S. cable network is to begin airing the survival series No Man’s Land (pictured) on March 9.

Produced by Warm Springs Productions, the series follows a group of five desert dwellers who live off the land amidst hostile environmental conditions.

The cast includes Jason, who lives with his family in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert; David and his family, who harvest rocks in Utah’s Red Rock Canyon Country; Charlie Acuña, who lives in New Mexico’s northern desert; Howdy, a cowboy living in Texas’ Chihuahuan desert; and Rick Gibson, a former Navy officer who left his life in the city to live in California’s Death Valley.

No Man’s Land is exec produced by Elaine Frontain Bryant and Russ McCarroll for History and Chris Richardson and Marc Pierce for Warm Springs Productions. The series will premiere on March 9 at 10 p.m. EST/PST.

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