Press Release: EarthxTV has teamed up with world-renowned conservationist and alligator wranglers, Gary Saurage and his wife Shannon, to bring audiences the original docuseries “Texas Gator Savers.” The series is produced by 12 Forward Entertainment for EarthxTV.

Saurage and his wife Shannon, who owns the Texas-based adventure park, Gator Country, with their partner Arlie Hammonds is home to over 600 American Alligators, including Big Al, the oldest living alligator in captivity.

The 10-episode series follows Gary, Shannon, Arlie and their Gator Country team of employees and college interns,  as they rescue alligators who have wandered where they shouldn’t be and work together to relocate them to his refuge. Saurage’s Gator Country Park houses American Alligators, crocodiles, and many different reptiles and mammals they receive through nuisance rescues, donations, other institutions, or abandonment.

“While most people would not want to wake up to a massive alligator in their yard, when they do, they call Gary. He’s dedicated his life to these prehistoric creatures and educating the public on their importance within the ecosystem,” said Dan Russell, CEO of EarthxTV. “‘Texas Gator Savers’ is a great addition to our programming lineup and aligns with the network’s mission to entertain, inspire and educate. Our viewers worldwide can experience the adrenaline of rescuing these creatures from precarious situations.”

 The series will air on EarthxTV in the U.S., U.K., Europe, and Mexico. The network, which launched in 2022, is now available in over 50 million homes and carried on DirecTV, AT&T U-Verse, Charter’s Spectrum TV, FuboTV, and on a growing list of regional cable channels in the U.S., Sky, and Freeview in the U.K., M7 in Europe, Claro video and TotalPlay in Mexico.