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Animal Planet sets “Rugged Justice” premiere

U.S. net Animal Planet has set a January 18 premiere date for its six-part series on Washington State's Department of Fish and Wildlife Law Enforcement, Rugged Justice.
January 6, 2015

U.S. net Animal Planet is to debut a six-part series on Washington State’s Department of Fish and Wildlife Law Enforcement on January 18.

Titled Rugged Justice, the 6 x 60-minute series – produced by Toronto-based prodco Shark Teeth Films – follows members of the department as they police the state’s diverse terrain and respond to emergencies ranging from catching poachers to capturing bears and cougars.

The series will air on January 18 at 8 p.m. EST/PST.

Executive producers for Shark Teeth include Adrian Carter, Tom Mudd and Alex Rader while Animal Planet’s Erin Wanner is exec producing for the net and Hilary Tholen is serving as associate producer. The series was developed by Samantha Lee.

 

 

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