Apres Les Devils Ride

December 3, 2014

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Couldn’t get enough of The Devils Ride? Do you truly, deeply, madly love you some  Steve Cook? February is going to be your lucky month.

Eric Bischoff  and Jason Hervey, the two big brains who make the big bucks as Bischoff-Hervey Entertainment, have a new reality series aimed at the same zombies who thought The Devils Ride was an inside look into “the world of motorcycle clubs.”

This masterpiece is called Outlaw Country. The show is set in Buckner, Missouri. Buckner had a population of 3,076 before old man Tunkerboom died back in March and it is about 20 miles down Route 24 from Independence and beyond that the bright lights and tasty barbeque of Kansas City. The show “chronicles the perennial battle between law enforcement and crime by following Steve and Mike Cook, brothers who act as Chief of Police and head of the Buckner Criminal Task Force, respectively, as they clash with John and Josh Monk, brothers they suspect are responsible for the town’s surge in crime.”

In 2012, the last year for which statistics are available, Buckner suffered no murders, four rapes, a robbery, two assaults, an astounding 21 burglaries, 39 thefts, five of the town’s eleven automobiles were stolen and that was about it.

The Usual Suspects

In addition to heading the Buckner Criminal Task Force, Steve Cook has been the Executive Director and President of the Midwest Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Investigators Association, a detective with the Independence Police Department, the Vice President of the International Association of Undercover Officers and an Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Training/Consultant who “has successfully prosecuted members of the Hells Angels, Sons of Silence, El Forastero, and Galloping Goose motorcycle gangs for methamphetamine and firearms charges and has appeared on the History Channel’s Gangland series and has been featured in several news publications regarding Outlaw Motorcycle Gang activity throughout the United States.”

Eric Bischoff  is the author of 2007s critically acclaimed, New York Times best seller Controversy Creates Cash. Jason Hervey was tossed at spearpoint into the emotionally nurturing world of show business at age four. He has appeared in Different Strokes, The Wonder Years, Back to The Future, Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, Back To School, Monster Squad, Police Academy 2, Meatballs 2, Tim Burtons Franken-weenie and more. Somehow he survived an experience that probably would have crushed the young Saddam Hussein to become a producer at age 17. And, now he has given Western Civilization Outlaw Country.


Seven hour long episodes of the series will be cablecast on WGN America starting February 24, 2015 at 10 p.m. Eastern Time. WGN wants zombies and other potential viewers to know “producers were given full access to both the police force and the ‘outlaws,’ providing an unprecedented look at crime in a small town from both sides of the law. When bad blood threatens a good town…whose side are you on?”

WGN America also wants whoever answers to “Stupid” in your house to know that with the scheduling of Outlaw Country, the network or superstation or whatever it is has “launched its strategy of delivering distinctive, original scripted and unscripted content.”

WGN America, the flagship entertainment network of Tribune Media Company is nationally distributed in 72 million homes via cable, satellite and telco, with entertainment programming including the original, scripted series Salem, Manhattan and Ten Commandments, along with first-run syndicated series, blockbuster movies and live sports.  Through Tribune Studios, the creative development arm of Tribune Media Company, original content is produced for WGN America and Tribune Media local stations nationwide.”


61 Responses to “Apres Les Devils Ride”

  1. Pam reeder Says:

    I don’t need any moderation here in Texas we need the truth.I don’t need a fake show to tell me that the feds just killed 9 innocent bikers.

  2. Pam reeder Says:

    Stupid ass show reality crap!!!!

  3. Jim666 Says:

    WTF ????? I don’t even understand whats going on here, never mind I really don’t want to know, enjoy

  4. Road Whore Says:

    The continuing danger of shows like these is that people are fed the lie for truth so much that they come to believe that fiction is reality even when disclaimers are issued. Pretty soon some folks won’t recognize the truth if it crawled up their asses and died there.

    Ride Free

  5. Oldskewl Says:

    Typical big mouth bitch, understands very little about little and absolutely nothing about most things.
    Try reading the article…. better yet, suck a dick and a cook dinner you fucking troll.

  6. nicole Says:

    I love outlaw country. Don’t bejelous of others. Seriously

  7. 9th st. Says:

    Court statements speak for themselves. A rat is a rat. There’s no way a rat should be a star of anything called “OUTLAW”, it’s a fucking joke

  8. JoshDAsnitch Says:

    It’s true,I’m a rAt snitch no good loser who fondles goats and fabricates story’s on people

  9. AG Says:

    Steve Cook is the biggest joke in law enforcement. He sells out anybody that will stop him from making a quick buck. He even sold out the Independence police department. He claims to be a motorcycle gang expert. He’s not. He is a self appointed biker gang expert. He is so high and mighty in himself he thinks no one would call him on his crap. This show is a complete joke and doesn’t even hardly show any of the real city of Buckner. This show is 100% fiction, scripted, and fake. The people of Buckner is laughing at Steve Cook and WGN. Save yourself the time don’t watch the show. It’s a disappointment all around. And WGN kick Steve Cook to the curb along with this crap show.

  10. Wolfenlover Says:

    Fuck you johnmonk. A true POS in America. You too

  11. Potatoes Browning Says:

    Eric Bishoff and Jason Hervey were both involved with World Championship Wrestling.We all know how unscripted pro wrestling is.Since they are both involved in this project I expect this series will follow some kind of kafabe code too.The fact that a former undercover cop that infiltrated 1% MC is participating I guess is suppose to add some credibility to the story line.Who knows. Pro wrestling can be great entertainment. I plan to watch outlaw country just for the hell of it…all the while I will be keeping in mind this “reality series” is really probably some kind of work.

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