THE WILD, WILD WEST MEETS ITS MATCH WITH ANIMAL PLANET'S "NORTH WOODS LAW: WASHINGTON STATE"
- Animal Planet's Popular Law Enforcement Franchise Takes a Cross Country Trip When NORTH WOODS LAW: WASHINGTON STATE (fka RUGGED JUSTICE) Returns for an All-New Season Thursday, August 25, at 10 PM ET/PT -
(Silver Spring, Md.) - Keeping the Evergreen State safe for its citizens and wildlife is a key concern for the officers of Washington State's Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), and Animal Planet's NORTH WOODS LAW: WASHINGTON STATE takes viewers along for the ride, beginning Thursday, August 25, at 10 PM ET/PT. This six-part season continues to follow the fish and wildlife police officers as they travel down winding back roads, up unforgiving mountain terrains and along heavily populated coastal areas of Washington State to protect the land and all that live within it.
These officers are at the front lines when it comes to defending the over 70,000 square miles of Washington State. Each day their goals include preserving and rescuing wildlife; protecting citizens from the dangers of the wilderness; and enforcing conservation of the state's fish and wildlife. And with all that responsibility comes tireless hours, quick thinking and constant adventure - there never seems to be a dull moment on the job.
This season on NORTH WOODS LAW: WASHINGTON STATE, the WDFW officers tackle cases both on land and sea, encountering everything from illegal fish harvesting, serial poachers and wild cougar cubs on the loose.
NORTH WOODS LAW: WASHINGTON STATE is produced for Animal Planet by Shark Teeth Films. For Animal Planet, Keith Hoffman is executive producer, and Sarah Russell is associate producer. For Shark Teeth Films, Adrian Carter, Tom Mudd and Alex Rader are executive producers, and Greg Horton is executive in charge of production.