Snowmobiling TV Series Boondock Nation Launches New Digital Mini-Series, Channels On Streaming Services

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Madison, WIBoondock Nation gives viewers even more backcountry snowmobiling action with the launch of its new mini-series, “One of Those Days.”

This mini-series provides a glimpse behind the scenes and follows the series’ riders on and off the snow as they meet up with some of the nation’s best snowmobilers. Mini-series episodes are now published not only to YouTube, but now available on the Boondock Nation channels found on these streaming services: Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Chromecast and Smart TVs.

Boondock Nation has also launched new Android and Apple phone apps, to provide snowmobile content on the go.

Boondock Nation is a television series that follows the lives of snowmobilers as they travel to destinations in North America with various guest riders. In addition to tackling extreme conditions out on the snow, the series’ riders explore the lodging, dining and entertainment offered in each location they visit. The addition of the “One of Those Days” mini-series allows viewers a chance to learn more about their favorite riders and follow them as they overcome obstacles during their travels and rides.

“Whether we’re fixing our machines, pulling someone out of a snowbank or feeding cows, it’s all part of the experience,” said Boondock Nation rider, Dylan Rose. “I mean, we have to get ourselves out of some tough situations just like everyone else. But, that’s all part of the fun, and we’re excited to share that.”

The first 12 episodes of “One of Those Days” are already available to stream on all major platforms. During these twelve short episodes, Boondock Nation travels to Wyoming to meet up with some of the West’s best riders and enjoy the rugged terrain. However, before the guys can start riding, they have to take care of a few things first, including lending a hand out on the farm.

Viewers can also subscribe to the Boondock Nation YouTube channel to follow the mini-series and watch the first two episodes of “One of Those Days.” Regular, full-length Boondock Nation episodes are also available to stream on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Chromecast and Smart TVs.

For more information visit https://boondocknation.com/.

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