Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Breaking: Finding Bigfoot Not Cancelled, 100% Confirmed The Show Will Go On


We can now say with 100 percent certainty that the Finding Bigfoot series on Animal Planet will continue. Like many fans who are getting tired of seeing the same thing each episode, Matt Moneymaker agrees that the formula is getting old, and he's down for some changes. It looks like we can look forward to some changes next season. Is it possible that Finding Bigfoot may be entering a period of shakeups and possibly some new faces? (Sorry, there goes our rumor mongering again. We can't help ourselves!) Animal Planet has hinted at several possibilities for a new format, including a recent Tweet about a Bobo and Cliff show:


If they decide pass on the Bobo and Cliff show, then perhaps they can bring in a fresh face? Maybe Bart Cutino perhaps? Our friend Cutino has been best friends with the team for years, and he'll definitely make a nice addition to the team. Are you listening, Matt?


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    1. First by a technicality is still First.

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    2. ^^^^ MMC or Kent Obsessed with Joe obsessors

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    3. Nope. And that's why you're scrambling and confused. You don't have a clue. Obsessed though ^

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    4. ^ MMC or Kent Obsessed with Joe obsessors

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    1. ^ MMC or Kent Obsessed with Joe obsessors

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    2. ^Nope. You don't have a clue. Keep scrambling for answers though, it's hilarious :) Obsessed troll.

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    3. ^ MMC or Kent Obsessed with Joe obsessors

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  3. omg, wtf, lol... thats what i've been saying there is no more material each show is predictable. how about just bag one and call it found bigfoot. o! that might not be possible,

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    1. Spoiler alert. If you don't want to find out what happens in next years FB show stop reading. They don't find big foot. Sorry. There's nothing on the hill

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    2. Watch your mouth you filthy little muppet. Certain words you cant say around here.

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    3. ^ MMC or Kent Obsessed with Joe obsessors

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    4. ^Nope. You don't have a clue. Keep scrambling for answers though, it's hilarious :) Obsessed troll.

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  5. Whew! Because I am like SO sure they are one show away from actually finding bigfoot.

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  6. What do they do with Renae for seven days each month?

    Not safe to have that scent out in the woods. Bf or no bf.

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  7. Anyone interested In a bigfoot graphic tee shirt? I'm having some made, and selling them fur about $20.00. Highest quality.

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  8. They need to spend more time with the witnesses they find. The most interesting part of the show is the real life stories that people experienced. And less Renae would be wonderful. It gets so annoying when she always debunks stuff by saying "why would an animal that wants to stay hidden reveal or expose himself like this" argument. Does she not get that they are curious creatures and they are taking calculated risks when they're seen?

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  9. BREAKING NEWS! Stay tuned, folks! Don't touch that remote! Join us next season as Cliff and Bobo conduct Town Hall meetings, re-enact Bigfoot sightings, knock on trees, hear strange sounds, howl into the night, and find nothing.

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  10. Shawn, I agree your buddy Mr. Cutino would be ideal for show since he's got the look, is smart and has long term relationship with the cast, but I've read his take on bigfoot tv shows and by his own words he doesn't seem interested in leaving his children for extended periods so I sincerely doubt it but who knows

    I think peoples big complaint with the show is having a difficult time telling one show from the other. Surprised changes in format haven't been made but the show has its audience I guess

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  11. Will keep the morons off the street! Yay!

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  12. I certainly hope that "Finding Bigfoot" stays on the air - it is one of the funniest shows on TV and I would miss the gang and their nutty antics in the woods !

    I'm glad that no real scientific procedures are ever attempted by the foursome, their constant, unsubstantiated proclamations that Bigfoot lives just about everywhere is so ludicrous, yet so humorous ! Very funny. The hoots, the hollers, the tree banging, the town hall meet-and-greets, the "investigative" visits with the home-town nutbags, the grainy out-of-focus video, the photos taken from 5000 yards away... these are the enduring images of the show I love.

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  13. This show is an embarrassment to Animal Planet...a lot of speculation with no proof...PERHAPS you should ask the so-called experts if Bigfoot is immortal .....1000's of sightings but no skeletal proof of it's existence...every creature that walked this planet has left proof of their existence...I have an idea for new shows.....Finding Nessie, Finding The Unicorn, Finding the Leprechaun...even Looking For Hen's Teeth

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  14. The show should be called Finding Nothing for its lack of evidence against bigfoot. The only animals they find are deer and from recent episode, poachers who happened to be shooting the deer. They probably hired them to add some interest in the episode. And the wood knocks are probably made from one of the set members. My point is they should cancel it.

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