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Discovery slates “Blood and Oil” for June

U.S. net Discovery Channel has set a June 18 premiere date for Blood and Oil, its forthcoming show about a Midwestern family's oil business, which was formerly known as Cutter Oil.
May 23, 2013

U.S. net Discovery Channel has set a June 18 premiere date for Blood and Oil, its forthcoming show about a Midwestern family’s oil business, which was formerly known as Cutter Oil.

The show is produced for Discovery by PSG Motion Pictures, and introduces the Cutters, described by the channel as “a blue collar, Midwestern family determined to keep their oil company alive amidst Ohio’s aggressive oil boom.”

The show premieres at 10 p.m. EST. The executive producer for PSG is Brian Jones, while the EP for Discovery is David Pritikin.

 

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