Spike TV's reality TV show "10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty" is slated for January 2014 and word on the street has it that Bigfoot Bounty's host, Dean Cain, will be on NBC's Today show to discuss the new show. It's possible that Cain may finally reveal the cast of the show. The show finished filming back in August but the names of the contestants has remained a mystery.
Not much is known about the host's belief in Bigfoot, but in this TV interview with FoxNews, Cain seems opened to the possibility of an unknown bipedal ape in North America. Cain says he started off as a "cynical television producer", but is now starting to feel differently. The show challenges nine teams to produce Bigfoot evidence (via photographic or DNA evidence) and if they can prove Bigfoot's existence, the Lloyd's of London will be handing over a 10 million dollar check.
By giving the teams the latest high-tech equipment, Chris Rantamaki, the Senior Vice President of Original Series at Spike TV thinks Bigfoot could be proven within the next year, or maybe even sooner. "A lot sooner," he says.