“Jill Wagner brings heart, art and so much more to her award-winning show Handcrafted America.” –Huffington Post
“The Cowboy Way is more than just a television show. For the three stars and their families, it guides the way they live, the way they work, and the way they approach daily challenges both on and off the range.” –Alabama Magazine
(Indian Land, SC – June 5, 2019) Imagicomm Entertainment announced today that it has made the INSP award-winning series Handcrafted America and The Cowboy Way available through Tubi – the world’s largest free movie and TV service.
In Handcrafted America, host Jill Wagner (Wipeout, Teen Wolf, The Legend of 5 Mile Cave) travels the country to seek out talented artisans who continue to make products the traditional way…with their own two hands. Each episode features three gifted craftsmen and women who give Jill a behind-the-scenes look and a hands-on experience at how their products are created. From leatherworkers to luthiers and blade smiths to bootmakers, viewers will connect with each artisan and learn about their lives, their heritage, and the motivation for their work.
INSP’s original series The Cowboy Way documents the adventures of three modern-day cowboys: Bubba Thompson, (rancher and expert carpenter); Cody Harris, (rodeo champion and cattle dealer); and, Chris “Booger” Brown, (expert cattleman and horse trainer), as they build their cattle business in South Alabama. They are driven by a strong work ethic and cowboy code that is as important to them as it was to the pioneers of the Old West.
Three seasons of Handcrafted America (42 episodes) and the first four seasons of The Cowboy Way (36 episodes) are now available on Tubi.
About Imagicomm Entertainment
Imagicomm Entertainment is a distribution company dedicated to distributing quality films and TV series in a wide range of genres. Each project is distinguished by a commitment to strong storytelling, memorable characters and high production values. Imagicomm Entertainment distributes content through select theaters, popular streaming platforms such as Amazon Prime and Netflix, DVDs through major retailers, and, traditional television outlets.