MOUNTAIN MEN RETURNS TO HISTORY SPRING 2015

(Pasadena, CA) – January 9, 2015- HISTORY’S hit series MOUNTAIN MEN returns for a fourth season in Spring 2015 and continues to follow the real-life challenges of six men who are living off the grid and off the land.  Far away from civilization, using survival skills and sheer cunning to stay fed, clothed and alive these Mountain Men are picking up the pieces in the wake of last winter’s Great Polar Vortex and trying their best to prepare for what unpredictable Mother Nature has in store for them next.

 

This season, Marty, Tom, Eustace, Rich, Kyle and new Mountain Man Morgan, are preparing early for the long winter ahead. They’re fortifying their homesteads and stocking up on supplies, but as global weather patterns continue to change and wreak havoc around the world, these Mountain Men will be forced to face the chaos head on and, if they are to survive, they too will have to adapt or die. As the world changes around them, the only predictable thing we know about what awaits our Mountain Men next season is that it will be utter chaos—forcing them to prepare for the worst and battle the unknown at every turn.

 

MOUNTAIN MEN is produced for HISTORY by Warm Springs Productions.  Russ McCarroll and Kristen Burns are Executive Producers for HISTORY. Executive Producers for Warm Springs are Marc Pierce and Chris Richardson.

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