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Discovery Channel wants to continue riding with the devils.
The network has picked up The Devils Ride for a third season, set to debut at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Feb. 3.
The series is set in San Diego, “where motorcycle clubs run wild, two sworn enemy clubs are at war for the right to bear their colors and become the more dominate club on the streets they call home.”
The official description for season 3:
Returning to The Devils Ride are the Laffing Devils MC and Sinister Mob Syndicate but tensions escalate dramatically when one of the true kings of the street and the road, makes their presence known. You know them by their colors, just as much as their name as they are one of the most legendary one-percent outlaw motorcycle clubs in the world.
This season, Fuzzy, a prominent outlaw from the MC world, issues a serious, 30-day ultimatum to both clubs. Being called out into the streets for a mandatory meeting, he tells both MCs “to either get rid of each other or become one, or neither of your clubs will exist.” Who stays? Who goes? Which one club survives?
BHE TV developed and produces the series with co-founders Eric Bischoff and Jason Hervey serving as the series executive producers with Adam Vetri, Matt Odgers and Steve Stockman.
The news comes on the heels of Discovery’s pickup of Rod N Wheels, a new series centering on two buddies who restore rare classic cars. The series joins other car- and motorcycle-centric shows on the network’s schedule including Street Outlaws, Fast N’ Loud and American Chopper.
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