Missing in Alaska: Pulled From Schedule

Posted by: Ken Gerhard on August 14th, 2015


I’m sorry to announce that Missing in Alaska has been removed from the History Channel schedule for this evening. Admittedly, I’m not sure precisely what that means and those decisions are obviously way above my head. I know we’ve averaged about 1,000,000 viewers for the first three episodes and have ranked decently in the ratings. I appreciate all of you who have supported and watched the show thus far. I’m hopeful that the network is merely making a strategic move as they evaluate which time slot might work best moving forward. If any of you are concerned, I invite you to send an email or letter to History Channel expressing that you enjoy the program. Much Love!

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Ken Gerhard About Ken Gerhard
Ken has investigated reports of mysterious beasts around the world including Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, the Chupacabra, giant winged creatures and even werewolves. In addition to appearing in three episodes of the television series Monster Quest (History Channel), Ken is featured in the History Channel special The Real Wolfman, as well as Legend Hunters (Travel Channel/A&E), Paranatural (National Geographic), Ultimate Encounters (truTV) and William Shatner's Weird or What? (History Television). His credits include multiple appearances on Coast to Coast AM, major news broadcasts and Ireland’s Newstalk radio, as well as being featured in major books and in articles by the Associated Press, Houston Chronicle and Tampa Tribune. Ken is author of the books Big Bird: Modern Sightings of Flying Monsters and A Menagerie of Mysterious Beasts: Encounters with Cryptid Creatures, as well as the co-author of Monsters of Texas (with Nick Redfern) and has contributed to trade publications including Fate Magazine, Animals and Men, The Journal of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club and Bigfoot Times. He currently lectures and exhibits at events across America. Born on Friday the 13th of October, 1967 (exactly one week before the famous Patterson Bigfoot film was shot), Ken has traveled to twenty-six different countries on six continents and most of the United States. An avid adventurer, he has camped along the Amazon, explored the Galapagos, hiked the Australian Outback and has visited many ancient and mysterious sites, from Machu Pichu to Stonehenge.

2 Responses to “Missing in Alaska: Pulled From Schedule”

  1. etheral responds:

    History Channel has ZERO credibility in my opinion. They pulled Monster Quest because they wanted to go in a “different direction”. From what I’ve seen, that direction is a plethora of absolutely stupid shows that I wouldn’t watch if I was paid to. It’s unfortunate they pulled Missing in Alaska as I really enjoyed it. I’ve bought all 3 episodes in iTunes and have watched them numerous times so far.

    I hope they bring it back, but apparently History Channel has their heads up their you know what.

  2. Ulalume responds:

    I have sources close to the project that say it’s likely moving to H2 in the near future… Hopefully it lands somewhere.

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