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“Clash of the Ozarks” heads to Discovery

U.S. cable network Discovery Channel is heading into Arkansas' Ozark Mountains with Leftfield Pictures' upcoming series, Clash of the Ozarks (pictured).
February 13, 2014

U.S. cable network Discovery Channel is heading into Arkansas’ Ozark Mountains with Leftfield Pictures’ upcoming series, Clash of the Ozarks. 

Premiering on February 25 at 10 p.m. EST/PST, the six-part series documents two local families in the midst of a clan war that has been going on for more than a hundred years.

According to a release from the network, the bad blood between the Russell and Evans families has caused those who live in the town of Hardy to pick a side, with Crowbar Russell and Kerry Wayne Evans leading the charges for both families.

The series will document the small-town dispute, as well as the town’s assorted characters.

Leftfield Pictures’ Brent Montgomery and David George are executive producers, with Ryan Pender and James Dugan serving as co-executive producers. For Discovery Channel, Joseph Schneier is executive producer with Max Micallef as coordinating producer.

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