‘North Woods Law’ premiere bumped ahead to Jan. 31

In yesterday’s “Out There” blog I told you that the second season of “North Woods Law,” a TV show that focuses on the work done by Maine Game Wardens, would begin on Feb. 7.

Warden Kristopher MacCabe in the woods during muzzleloader season. MacCabe is one of the wardens featured in the Animal Planet TV show “North Woods Law.” The show’s second season begins on Jan. 31.. (Photo courtesy of Animal Planet)

Co-executive producer Devon Platte touched base a few hours ago to let me know that Animal Planet, which airs the show, has altered the original plan.

According to Platte, the new premiere date is Jan. 31. The time — 10 p.m. — is unchanged.

The second episode of the season will air on Feb. 7.

The show won’t be aired on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, but will resume the following Thursday and will appear each Thursday after that through April 11, according to Platte.

For comments from Platte on what to expect in the upcoming season, check Thursday’s blog here.

John Holyoke

About John Holyoke

John Holyoke has been enjoying himself in Maine's great outdoors since he was a kid. Today, he's the Outdoors editor for the BDN, a job that allows him to meet up with Maine outdoors enthusiasts in their natural habitat. The stories he gathers provide fodder for his columns, and this blog.