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Season 2 of the Trace Adkins Hosted “Ultimate Cowboy Showdown” Rides on to Streaming Availability
The exhilarating sophomore season of the cowboy competition series can now be viewed on Tubi
(Indian Land, SC – May 3, 2021) The 2nd season of the hit cowboy competition series Ultimate Cowboy Showdown, hosted by country music icon Trace Adkins, is now available on Tubi. The announcement comes from Jonathon Collins, VP of Digital Media Distribution for Imagicomm.
“Season 1 was a tough act to follow,” said Collins. “Fans really enjoyed rooting for their favorite Cowboy. In this new season, the contestants are even more competitive and diverse, and the challenges and personalities are more intense. If viewers thought the first season was great, they are really going to like what they see in season 2. So, we’re excited that we can make it available to them on Tubi.”
In season 2 of Ultimate Cowboy Showdown, 14 cowboys (men and women) from all across the country compete for a life-changing prize. Viewers will watch the strong-willed cowboys undergo a series of grueling physical and mental challenges that will test them individually and as teams. Chock full of explosive drama, and lots of ego, the last cowboy standing will walk away with a prize package that includes a herd they can take to market, a Rawhide Portable Corral, an Arrowquip Q-Catch 87 Series Cattle Chute, the coveted Ultimate Cowboy Showdown belt-buckle, and a lifetime of bragging rights.
The first two seasons of Ultimate Cowboy Showdown (16 episodes) are available now on Tubi.
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