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Speculations and Concerns: Is Discovery Channel Ditching Street Outlaws?

Today's discussion is going to veer off from our usual speculations about the future of Street Outlaws. Lately, we've been caught up in a whirlwind of uncertainty surrounding the show's fate. Despite the lack of concrete updates, we've been pondering and predicting what lies ahead for our beloved series.


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One major point that sparked my curiosity was a recent interview featuring Discovery Channel's new CEO, Howard Lee. In this extensive conversation about the network's future, Lee mentioned almost every flagship show except Street Outlaws. This omission left us wondering: Does Discovery Channel still have a place for our street racing extravaganza?


Adding fuel to the fire, the Street Outlaws team themselves have been notably silent about the show's return. Fans have been left in the dark, with statements from the crew suggesting uncertainty about when, or if, the show will make a comeback. This, coupled with Discovery Channel's focus on other programs, has led to speculation that Street Outlaws might be on the chopping block.


Photo by Street Outlaws Live


Now, let's dive into the latest development that solidified our suspicions. Just last week, the official Street Outlaws Facebook page made a significant post-not about the show's return, but about a brand-new series called "Mud Madness." The post promoted this mud racing show, slated to premiere on Discovery Channel in April. This isn't the first time the page has showcased upcoming programs that could potentially rival Street Outlaws.


The timing of this post, coupled with Howard Lee's vision for Discovery Channel's future, has led us to a sobering conclusion: Discovery Channel might be looking to replace Street Outlaws with newer, fresher content. Now, let's be clear-we're not suggesting that Street Outlaws is dead in the water. It's clear that the show still has a dedicated fanbase and remains profitable. However, it seems that the network has its sights set on new ventures.


Photo by Street Outlaws Live


But what does this mean for the future of Street Outlaws? Will it find a new home on another network, or will it fade into obscurity? These are questions that remain unanswered. As fans, all we can do is wait and see how this situation unfolds.


In conclusion, the future of Street Outlaws hangs in the balance. While we await further updates, let's continue to support our favorite racers and keep the spirit of street racing alive. Stay tuned for more updates, and don't forget to share your thoughts in the comments below. Your insights are what make this community thrive!

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rtbeard61
Mar 28

They quit street outlaws when they went to NPK.

Bring back street racing.

Mud racing will suck

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nick martoe
nick martoe
Mar 25

I love street outlaws & NPK do not let us down for stupid mud racing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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timjs10
Mar 24

Ever since J J s stunt , street outlaws has taken a backseat , I’ve been a fan for over 10 years , no way this series should end

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Richard Kiesov
Richard Kiesov
Mar 24

i watch NOTHING except NPK on Discovery

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niceguyted429
Mar 24

Could it be that the players are asking for too much money,like Martin & Kelly,I’m just saying,it cost a ton of money to do the show just in locations and permits and most of all Insurance,I’m a big fan of all the shows I really miss it,but it’s just like anything else it’s about the MONEY

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