Animal Planet’s not out of the woods yet. This week, the network announced season four of its reality series North Woods Law is set to premiere on November 15th.
Created in 2012, North Woods Law follows the activities of the Maine Warden Service, a law enforcement agency that protects the animals and habitats of the vast Maine wilderness.
Season four will consist of 10 hour-long episodes. It will debut on Animal Planet on November 15th, at 8 p.m.
Here’s the official announcement:
In NORTH WOODS LAW, Animal Planet follows the true adventures of the elite Maine Warden Service, one of the nation’s original guardians of the great outdoors. Saving lives and fighting crime across the most heavily wooded state in the Lower 48, encompassing 18-million acres of rugged wilderness, the game wardens’ beat begins where the pavement ends. Whether they’re rescuing animals in distress, tracking poachers or chasing fugitives, the wardens are never far from danger. But these wardens aren’t on patrol just to catch the bad guys. When hikers or hunters vanish into the North Woods, the game wardens are responsible for locating and bringing them home safely.
In the season four premiere episode titled “And the Little Ones Too,” Warden Jonathan Parker must rely on unconventional resources to solve the case of a beaver hit by a truck in a parking lot. Sergeant Tim Spahr explores possible criminal activity in the death of one of Maine’s most endangered species. Later, Sergeant Spahr attempts to save an abandoned baby gray fox.”
What do you think? Do you watch North Woods Law? Will you watch the season four debut?