All Aussie Adventures sells to Asia

Beware…  Russell Coight has been unleashed in Asia.

All Aussie Adventures has been sold to Outdoor Channel Asia.

The adventure channel is available in 19 countries in South East Asia, with titles including Bear Grylls, Swamp People, Xscape with Amber Wyatt, Dead Meat and Mission Survive. They may not know what hit them with Glenn Robbins’ inimitable character.

Producers Working Dog are yet to announce any new episodes of the series they revived in

Russell Coight's All Aussie Adventures on Outdoor Channel Asia

Tune into Russell Coight's All Aussie Adventures Tonight on Outdoor Channel Asia across 19 countries in Asia!#羅素柯伊特的澳洲探險 #澳洲 #露營 #探險 #野生動物 #挑戰 #任務 #有繁體中文字幕 #亞洲19個國家有得睇 #Adventure #challenges #Survival #camping #Aussie #BearGrylls #SteveIrwin #Australia #Thai #Vietnamese #Bahasa#availablein19countriesinAsia #Tourism #Travel #Airlines#Insurance #Hotels #Banking #Advertising #agency #digital #OutdoorChannelAsia #PayTV #IPTV #OTT #SVOD #AVOD #Streaming #video #CignalTV Cignal TV Singtel Russell Coight Russell Coight's All Aussie Adventures #Outdoorwww.outdoorchannelasia.comLong before Bear Grylls, Steve Irwin or that guy on YouTube with all the knives, there was the original intrepid adventurer. With his trademark khaki shorts, challenged sense of direction and apparent imperviousness to pain, Russell quickly established himself as an outback icon.

Posted by Outdoor Channel Asia on Monday, July 13, 2020

3 Comments:

  1. Bloody baffled that it took so long. The show’s nearly 20 years old now.

    During its initial run, I thought that it was a documentary series (I was quite young and had no idea who Glenn Robbins was) similar to The Crocodile Hunter (starring the late Steve Irwin) and that the goofy persona was a farce in order to render the series more entertaining (I suppose I was half right).

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