Friday, June 1 at 8pm MT on Citytv

“Jordan and Suzie”

Running through the dense woods of the Laurentian Mountains, this young couple must battle the bush and the rain to stay ahead of the tracker. Will the stress of evading Mantracker be too much for the break-dancing social worker and his girlfriend?

antracker: Friday, May 25 at 10pm ET/PT/MT, 8pm CT on Citytv

“Buck and RJ”

They’re smart, they’re tough, and they’ve prepared. But Buck and RJ aren’t used to being pursued. As tactical officers with the Barrie Police Force, they’re used to doing the pursuing. From chasing criminals to evading the Mantracker, it’s a test of strategy and psychological analysis that even has the Tracker confused.

antracker: Friday, May 25 at 9pm ET/PT/MT, 10pm CT on Citytv

“Erika and Kendall”

Erika and Kendall appear to be completely out of their element in the Yukon wilderness. But these city girls have a drive to succeed and their potential makes them stellar opponents. By leaving surprises in the bush for Mantracker, will the women successfully get under the tracker’s skin and make him lose his focus, or will the downtown divas succumb to the grueling landscapes?

antracker: Friday, May 25 at 8pm ET/PT/MT, 9pm CT on Citytv

“Brent and Brian”

An unforgiving Yukon landscape, frigid fall weather and elite prey team raise the stakes for Mantracker. Brent and Brian have the bush experience and physical strength to cut it, and their training as firefighters and ability to stay cool under pressure raise the bar even further.

The wait is almost over as original series Mantracker – the ultimate game of cat and mouse – returns to OLN with an all-new, instinct-driven, man-hunting cowboy.

Leading up to the highly-anticipated season premiere of Mantracker on May 28, viewers get an inside look at the nationwide search for the series’ all-new leading man in the one-hour original special Searching for Mantracker, premiering Monday, May 21 at 9 p.m. ET (8 p.m. CT, 7 p.m. MT, 6 p.m. PT )  

After six years and 59 chases, original Mantracker Terry Grant is packing it in, and now, Mantracker must find an all-new hunting, guiding and tracking specialist to lead the pursuit in Season 7.

But, not just anyone can claim this job – and only the toughest and most experienced will make the cut. Yellow bellies and cry-babies need not apply. It’s a dangerous job, but someone needs to do it.

The one-hour Searching for Mantracker special follows Mantracker production company, Bonterra Productions as they embark on a nationwide search to find the series’ next rugged star.

Casting a wide net by alerting local radio stations and newspapers of auditions, the search spans from Reno, Nevada, to Kelowna, B.C., to Red Deer, Alberta.

A long list of Mantracker hopefuls show up to auditions – but in order to separate the pretenders from the contenders – candidates are narrowed down to 12, with four finalists chosen to take part in a trial chase through the swamps of Florida.

The next Mantracker must not only fit the look, but be a skilled tracker, master of outdoor forensics, expert horseman, experienced hunter, and command admiration, respect and fear. The chase is on and only one hopeful will survive in Searching for Mantracker.

Stay tuned as the hunt for the new Mantracker reaches its dramatic climax with the reveal of its new leading man. Additional broadcast details and the 411 on the new Mantracker will be announced Monday, May 21 immediately following the special.

Friday, May 4 10pm ET/PT, 9pm CT, 8pm MT on Citytv

“Rob and Michelle”

Don’t underestimate these cousins – gravedigger Rob uses his bush-savvy hunting skills while social worker Michelle’s athleticism keeps them on the move as they strive to outwit Mantracker.

The wait is over and the chase is on as thetrackerhimself, Terry Grant, sets his sights and scents on all-new prey – recently retired CFLer and Canadian Olympic bobsledder Jesse Lumsden and fellow Canadian Olympic bobsledder Justin Kripps.

Tune in to see if these athletes have what it takes to slide past the finish line in time when the OLN original series Mantracker returns Sunday, August 7 at 9 pm ET/PT. Want to relive the season? OLN re-airs the first six episodes of the new season on Sunday, August 7 from 10am to 8pm ET/PT.

Lumsden and Kripps like a challenge. After all, their sport requires them to slide down an ice track at 150+kms an hour. But for their next test, they’re swapping ice for woodlands as they attempt to evade Mantracker in the northern landscape of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. With hometown hero and veteran sidekick Phil Lemieux by his side, Mantracker is determined not to let these two give him the slip.

Follow Terry Grant in season six with 12 action-packed episodes. Then, get ready for season seven when a new Mantrackersteps up to the challenge!

Get ready for the ultimate cat and mouse chase through the wilderness with season 6 of the OLN original series, Mantracker, premiering Sunday, April 17 at 9pm ET/PT. 

Mantracker, Terry Grant has his hands full this season as he goes up against some hard-hitting competitors, with Canadian stars; Shane Doan, captain of the Phoenix Coyotes, Justin Lukach from the OLN original series The Departures and Canadian Olympic bobsledders, Jesse Lumsden and Justin Kripps. As well, for the first time, Terry faces newlyweds and identical twin sisters. This season will feature, some of the most tumultuous landscapes in Utah, Colorado and the Canadian Rockies, along with a sojourn to Saskatchewan and some new hunting grounds in Ontario. 

In the premiere episode, Team Canada hockey player and Phoenix Coyotes captain, Shane Doan along with his brother Brook take on Terry in Gold Bridge, BC. Shane is used to gold medals, but Gold Bridge is a whole new challenge. Nestled high in the Chilcotin Mountains, sidekick Russ Floyd saddles up to help Terry catch his first prey of the season. Will Shane take home a win this time, too or will Terry claim victory? 

Follow Terry Grant in season 6 with 13 brand new, thrilling episodes. Then, get ready for season 7 when a new Mantracker steps up to the challenge!

With a whopping 49 of 70 folks caught to date, veteran Alberta cowboy and expert outdoorsman Terry Grant continues to stalk his prey – two individuals armed with only a map, a compass and a two kilometer head start – through 40 kilometers of remote wilderness over 36 hours in season five of the hit OLN series “Mantracker” (12 x 60 min.).

In the premiere episode, country music crooners The Road Hammers seek to reach a final destination known only by them before Mantracker Terry Grant uses his forensic tracking skills and a local guide to catch them.

Season five of the Gemini-award winning series – produced by Bonterra Productions – premieres Mon., Sept. 6 at 6 p.m. ET on OLN. In addition, on Fri., Sept. 3, at 7:30 p.m., fans can attend a sneak preview charity launch party at Toronto’s Revival Bar, 783 College St. to watch the first episode with Terry Grant.

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“Coming into Season five, the prey were starting to get a bit of an advantage having seen four season’s worth of my tracking techniques and past prey’s bags of tricks,” says Terry Grant, series’ tracker. “It forced me to up my game.”

In season five, the chase takes viewers back to some favorite locations where both prey and horsemen really suffered. Grande Cache, Alberta is particularly rugged and Mantracker’s guide there is a man who knows no fear – for himself or his horse. This season sees a return to Big Bear, California on the edge of the Mojave Desert and the treacherous bogs of Elliot Lake in Northern Ontario. Also this season, Mantracker and prey tackle the Cariboo Mountains of Central British Columbia, the wild Temagami forests, and the Big Island of Hawaii where Mantracker’s guide is a local ‘Paniolo’ or Hawaiian cowboy.

“Mantracker” celebrates season five with a charity launch party at Revival Bar, 783 College Street on Fri., Sept. 3. Attendees can watch the premiere episode, ‘Mantracker vs. The Road Hammers’ before it goes to air. ‘Mantracker’, aka Terry Grant will be in attendance as well as special guests The Road Hammers, some favourite sidekicks, former and present prey, and the production team. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased by visiting Doors open at 7:30 p.m. with the screening at 9 p.m.. All proceeds go to Toronto West KEYS to Inclusion, a charity that helps Toronto adults with intellectual disabilities reach their full potential.


EPISODE 1: Mantracker vs. the Road Hammers

Airs Mon., Sept. 6 at 6:00 p.m.; Sat., Sept. 11 at 8 p.m. & 11 p.m.; Sun., Sept. 12 at 9 p.m. & 12 a.m. ET

Elliot Lake hosts the season premiere of Mantracker season five that features country music stars Clayton Bellamy and Jason McCoy as the prey. As part of the successful band ‘The Road Hammers’, these two have shown they can withstand the rigors of ‘life on the road’ – but can they suck it up in the bush? And will local guide Phil Lemieux be able to stop them long enough to get an autograph?


EPISODE 2: Blake & Layney

Mon., Sept. 13 at 6:00 p.m.; Sat., Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. & 11 p.m.; Sun., Sept. 19 at 9 p.m. & 12 a.m. ET

Blake Hudson is an attorney and weekend adventure racer from Los Angeles. His partner for this chase, whom he has never met, is Layney DeLange, a postal worker in Big Bear, California. Are they oil and water or will opposites attract a victory? Returning sidekick Mark Murphy guides Mantracker through the high desert in search of this odd couple.

The success of hit series UFO Hunters and MonsterQuest this Summer has moved  OLN up into the Top 10 most-watched, specialty channels for adults 18-49.  OLN today announced the exciting mix of new and returning primetime series to continue the momentum this Fall.

New series Man v. Food, Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura and the latest from Canadian survival expert Les Stroud, Beyond Survival, join the adrenaline rush of returning favourites UFO Hunters, MonsterQuest and Operation Repo, and new seasons of Destination Truth, Ghost Hunters and Canadian series Mantracker.

“Canadian audiences are clearly big fans of the programming on OLN, making it such a popular destination this Summer,” commented Alain Strati Vice President, Specialty TV and Development, Rogers Media Television. “We hope to build upon our success this Fall with an even stronger dose of action and adventure programming.”


New series premieres on OLN are as follows:


Man v. Food, Seasons 1 – 3: Monday to Friday at 9:30pm ET/PT starting Monday, August 16th

Passionate foodie Adam Richman is on a hunger quest to find the most mouthwatering pigout joints in the United States. After getting to know the people behind the dishes from the staff to the loyal patrons, Adam seeks to find out what makes these places so legendary. He’ll tackle their famous food challenges designed to test man’s gastronomic limits. Let Man v. Food be your guide to the best chow America has to offer.


Beyond Survival, Season 1: Sundays at 8pm ET/PT starting Sunday, September 5th

Audiences saw him survive the harshest terrains and the cruelest elements during the making of his hit TV series Survivorman. Les Stroud breaks the mold of documentary filmmaking again with his astonishing new series, Beyond Survival with Les Stroud. Challenged to explore the intense and fantastic ways, methods and beliefs of peoples who ruled the globe long before the advent of “technology” and the concept of “progress”, witness and learn the most unbelievable survival rites and rituals on the planet as Stroud journeys beyond the limits of physical survival. From the sands of Namibia to the islands of Malaysia, Stroud will discover the secrets of how these cultures have survived in the wild for thousands of years, before they vanish forever. Plus, catch the Survivorman  marathon leading up to the exciting premiere of Beyond Survival starting at 10am ET/PT Sunday, September 5th.


Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Seasons 1&2: Fridays at 10pm ET/PT starting Friday, September 10th

American superstar Jesse Ventura is on a mission to challenge the world’s most compelling conspiracy theories. He’s undertaken some of the most dangerous missions in the world as a Navy Seal, body slammed giants in the wrestling ring as a WWE superstar, and even conquered the political machine as the governor of Minnesota. Now, Jesse Ventura is about to face his greatest challenge yet; uncovering the truth behind the modern day conspiracy theories. In each episode he travels across the country investigating one case, hearing from both conspiracy believers and skeptics to make a final determination about the theory’s validity.


Returning OLN Programs are as follows:


Mantracker, Season 5: Mondays at 6pm ET/PT starting Monday, September 6th

Get ready for the ultimate cat and mouse chase through the wilderness with a new season of Mantracker. Two people take off into the bush with a map, a compass and a head start. Mantracker is on horseback, armed with a local guide and an arsenal of forensic skills. The prey have 36 hours to reach a finish line some 40 kilometers away without getting caught… how they escape is up to them! This season Mantracker ramps it up with wilder prey and tougher terrain for even more adventure.  Mantracker returns to Big Bear, California, and Grand Cache, Alberta, and travels to the slopes of the Mauna Loa Volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii.  He scales the Cariboo Mountains of British Columbia and tackles the fierce forests of Temagami, Ontario, as well as stopping in for a chase or two with his old friend Phil in Elliot Lake. This season see some interesting match-ups including band mates, brothers and sisters and even a mother-son team. The season premiere features country music stars Clayton Bellamy and Jason McCoy of The Road Hammers as the prey.  These guys are tough on tour – find out if they can suck it up in the bush. Plus, catch up on your favourite Mantracker episodes with a day long Mantracker marathon starting at 10am ET/PT leading up to the exciting Season 5 premiere.


Ghost Hunters, Season 6 Premieres Wednesday, November 1 (Premiere time to follow)

Ghost Hunters follows a group of real-life paranormal researchers as they investigate haunted houses throughout the US. From the successful co-executive producer of Survivor, Craig Poligian, Ghost Hunters tracks the lives of Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, plumbers by day and ghost hunters by night; the duo head up TAPS — The Atlantic Paranormal Society. They are ordinary, everyday people with day jobs, and an interest in getting to the bottom of your otherworldly disturbances. Celebrate Halloween with a Ghost Hunters Marathon from 10am to 2am ET/PT Tuesday, October 31.


Destination Truth, Season 4 (Premiere date to follow)

Join Josh Gates, a world adventurer and eager truth-seeker, and his small production crew as they visit a different destination around the world that is home to notorious supernatural and mysterious stories. Josh searches for evidence to either prove or debunk these stories by talking to witnesses and experts, and by immersing himself in the local culture. This season the crew’s itinerary will include investigations in Madagascar, Tanzania, Guam, Kenya and Cambodia. The team will also conduct the first underwater paranormal investigation when they travel to a remote Micronesian island to search for the spirits dwelling in a sunken fleet.