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NPK Season 7's TV Filming Future?!

In the past week, discussions about the future of Street Outlaws and No Prep Kings have been circulating nonstop. With recent observations pointing towards potential changes, fans are left wondering about the fate of their favorite racing series.

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The speculation began with observations from the first race of No Prep Kings Season 7, where the absence of a camera crew raised eyebrows. Furthermore, the social media channels associated with Street Outlaws seemed to be promoting other shows without a mention of No Prep Kings Season 7 or even airing details for Season 6. This absence of promotional activity has led many to question the future of Street Outlaws on television.


While some hold out hope that the lack of filming at the first few races is due to them not being for points, others remain skeptical. The presence of producers from Pilgrim, the company behind Street Outlaws, at these races suggests that filming may indeed occur, but questions remain about where the content will be aired.

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Speculations abound regarding potential platforms for airing the show in the future. With Discovery Channel seemingly moving away from Street Outlaws, fans are left wondering where the series will find its new home. Suggestions range from other television networks to streaming services like Motor Trend on Demand, but nothing is set in stone.


Amidst the uncertainty, one thing remains clear: the passion and dedication of the fanbase. Street Outlaws and No Prep Kings have garnered a loyal following over the years, and fans are eager to see the series continue in any form. Whether on traditional television or a digital platform, the love for street racing and high-octane action remains unwavering.


As discussions continue and rumors swirl, fans are encouraged to share their thoughts and insights on the situation. The future of Street Outlaws and No Prep Kings may be uncertain, but one thing is for sure: the racing community will continue to support and champion their favorite series, wherever it may go.

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Join the conversation and share your opinions on the potential future of Street Outlaws and No Prep Kings. What do you think lies ahead for the beloved racing series? Let us know in the comments below as we navigate these uncertain times together.

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lurchhd
4月28日

They new what they were doing, that's why no one but the driver's YouTube videos were filmed until race #4 so the points start then and they will start filming for a pay per view type live feed that will cost each person that wants to watch will pay. Murder Nova said this after the 1st race on his channel.

いいね!

scottb934
4月27日

I keep reading where Dana White is looking at doing something in the drag racing this may be it

いいね!
lurchhd
4月28日
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Murder Nova mentioned him getting involved in a live stream type show like Ducks races. Also you will probably have to pay to watch.

いいね!
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