Only in Canada… Eh? The BEAVER BROTHERS Are Colliding With Critters in the Animal Planet Premiere, July 7

— June 17, 2014

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TORONTO (June 17, 2014) In the small village of Pomquet, Nova Scotia, there are more animals than people. Although they try to live harmoniously together, it's not always possible. So when conflict between wildlife and community collide, the local townspeople call in the most reliable, likeable, and unconventional group of fellas to handle the problem – the BEAVER BROTHERS.  Premiering back-to-back Monday, July 7 at 8 and 8:30 p.m. ET / 9 and 9:30 p.m. PT on Animal Planet, siblings Charlie and Eddie Landry, along with their young protégé Mike MacIsaac, are the town heroes…but don’t tell that to the animals that co-exist in this town near Halifax. From homes flooded by beaver dams and family dogs terrorized by skunks, to garbage-eating raccoons and barns inhabited by moose – there is never a shortage of pestilent problems in this new 10-part series.

Dam it!  BEAVER BROTHERS premieres July 7 on Animal Planet

The BEAVER BROTHERS are never afraid to get their hands dirty and dive right into action, as these rugged Canadian woodsmen are on a mission to control local animal nuisances.  Other non-human residents include porcupines, muskrats, bats, ground hogs, ferrets, squirrels, and pigs.

Highlights from BEAVER BROTHERS include:

BEAVER BROTHERS: “The Mechanic and the Muskrat”

Monday, July 7 at 8 p.m. ET /9 p.m. PT

Dynamic trio Charlie, Eddie, and Mike help a friend whose solution to a rodent problem has been an explosive one. The adventures keep coming as a bingo game is interrupted by a family of raccoons.

BEAVER BROTHERS: “Groundhog Day”

Monday, July 7 at 8:30 p.m. ET /9:30 p.m. PT

Charlie and the boys outsmart a groundhog that is giving a local farmer fits.  Later, Charlie suits up to handle a party-crashing porcupine that has put the town dance on hold.

BEAVER BROTHERS: “Gnome Wreckers”

Monday, July 14 at 8 p.m. ET /9 p.m. PT

The boys get an unusual call from a local eccentric whose abundance of garden gnomes are under attack by pesky Canadian squirrels. Then, the Landry brothers go alone to an historic lighthouse that has a mysterious critter chewing on its wires.

BEAVER BROTHERS: “The Ferret and the Priest”

Monday, July 14 at 8:30 p.m. ET /9:30 p.m. PT

The trio gets a call from the principal of a local school, where the class’ pet ferrets have gone missing. Following the search, Eddie and Mike visit the confession booth while answering a call regarding a porcupine invasion at the local church.

About Animal Planet      

See our planet from a wilder perspective! Animal Planet is the only animal entertainment brand that captures the drama and compelling characters of the animal kingdom. From the most perilous encounters with nature’s fiercest predators to the pets we bring into our own family, Animal Planet brings out the character behind every creature and shares the story behind every behaviour. Meet these animals – and their human companions and protectors – as they surprise us, scare us, play with us and teach us how similar we really are. Launched in Canada in 2001, Animal Planet programming offers an immersive and compelling journey into the animal world. Animal Planet is a division of Bell Media, which is owned by BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE), Canada’s largest communications company. Visit Animal Planet online at animalplanet.ca.

 

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Elysia Circelli, Animal Planet, 416.384.5166 or elysia.circelli@bellmedia.ca 

Jodi Cook, Animal Planet, 416.384.4603 or jodi.cook@bellmedia.ca