Outlaw Country Season 2

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General Overview

Outlaw Country is a project created by WGN America. It’s a reality crime TV show put into series. The first episode of the show was broadcast on the 24th of February, 2015. There are seven one-hour episodes in it. The project is produced by Jason Ervin, Bradford Schultze, Rick Gorman and Bryce Young.
Outlaw Country Season 2 Poster

Plot and Crew Details

Outlaw Country is set in a typical American town Buckner, Missouri. The project concentrates its attention on a constant fight between the law and crime forces. Two brothers named Steve and Mike act as the head of Buckner Criminal Task Force and the Sheriff. They face Josh and John Monk – the ones always responsible for the criminal affaires and all that dirty things happening in the town. This documentary drama was filmed in a real local police department. All of the criminal business of Mock brothers is fully depicted for the viewers to give them maximum real impressions provoked by a combination of crime and justice elements in one TV show. There’s blood, emotions, shooting and more. Don’t miss it!
The cast:
Outlaw Country Season 2 Promo

  • Edward Jauch
  • Amber Dawn
  • Mike Cook
  • Steve Cook
  • Jim Dillman
  • John Monk
  • Josh Monk

Release Date Info

The first season has come to an end with the finishing behind-the-scenes episode. The show turned out to be vivid and true-to life, but the producers and the directors say nothing about the continuation. There was no official announcement about the release date of the series in the future. Share with us in the comments below if you know anything about the updates of the Outlaw Country project.



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