Jack Osbourne lands on his feet at National Geographic


Maybe, just maybe, the whole Stars Earn Stripes mess can finally be behind us.

Jack Osbourne has moved on from his exit from that series to a new job as executive producer of a 16-part docuseries that focuses on elite K-9 units. The series will air on National Geographic and is called Alpha Dogs. 16 episodes?

The series will go inside the training of the special elite force of doggies that serve America (that totally sounds like a sequel to Team America: World Police). The episodes will be 30 minutes long and focus on Indiana's Vohne Liche Kennels, one of America's largest police dog training facillities. It's the West Point of the puppy world.

“Alpha Dogs will focus on these highly trained dog heroes that have muscle and smarts,” National Geographic Wild executive vice president and general manager Geoff Daniels said. “Our viewers will love to see the incredible drills and exercises the dogs undergo, follow the instruction process with their dedicated trainers who carry top security clearances, see the application in the field for military and police units, and even watch the fun they have playing fetch on their days off.”

Will you give Alpha Dogs a walk? Or is it a bad dog that gets no love?


- Jack Osbourne

Written by: Hamatosan
Sep 10th, 2012, 12:54 pm



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Message Posted On Sep 10th, 2012, 12:57 pm

I agree that 16 episodes seems like a bit much for one season of a cable reality series.

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