Want Quality Outdoor Television? His & Hers Outdoors is the Answer

Jace Bauserman

#1The popularity of outdoor television has exploded. It seems every quarter a new show or two arrives on the scene. The question: How many of these shows truly provide an interesting, entertaining and fresh approach? Sadly, not many. Most are a wash—here one minute and gone the next. Notice I said most. One show shimmering in the outdoor television limelight is His & Hers Outdoors TV. With a vision to provide viewers with true family outdoor television, His & Hers Outdoors TV can’t be ignored.

Follow and share in the adventures of husband and wife teams along with their friends and family as they embark on thrilling outdoor adventures across the United States. And these husband and wife teams can HUNT! If you’re looking to watch a show that depicts husbands aiding their “eye-candy” wives as they pursue game, you will be very disappointed. However, if you’re looking for a show that promises exiting and informative hunting, fishing, camping and 3D archery shooting where the girls need zero assistance and are truly out to experience the great outdoors, then this show is for you. And it’s not just the girls that can hunt and fish, the husbands and the kids do a great job of it as well. When you pool everyone together it makes great outdoor television. Plus, these husband and wife teams can get a little competitive—not only with each other—but with the other teams as well. This competitive approach ushers in a sense of realism and adds a bit of humor to His & Hers Outdoors TV.

Currently airing on the Dish Networks Hunt Channel 266 on Sunday mornings at 8:30 a.m. Eastern, His & Hers Outdoors TV features quality cinematography, helpful tips and tactics as well as incredible, up close and personal encounters. It’s not often you find a show that is able to pack so many interesting tips and secrets as well as hardcore outdoor action into a 30 minute program.

Starting in January, His & Hers Outdoors TV will be moving to the Pursuit Channel and will continue to air on Sunday Mornings. So if you’re tired of the same old husband and wife outdoor television shows—shows that promise something new, but are truly regurgitations of what’s been done before—start checking out His & Hers Outdoors TV. Not only will you not be disappointed, but you’ll become a better outdoorsman as you follow these family teams on their adventures.

For more information about His & Hers Outdoors TV or to view full episodes, visit them on the web at www.hisnhersoutdoors.com.