Never seen that show, so can't comment on it specifically. I do know the question of "how do they stay on the air?" can be asked about a lot of shows that just aren't any good. The fact is that outdoor shows stay on the air as long as they have sponsors willing to pay and the show then pays their airtime bills.
I was told by one of the big bow company's marketing person in a face to face conversation that "We don't look at the bang for buck we might get based on quality of footage or entertainment. We simply look at the potential exposure offered and that means numbers of households a show is in." I also have laughed many times at the sight/release company that kept coming on AT and proudly promoting their new celebrity and his show they sponsored. In the show's opening it showed the celebrity drawing back with their release being held completely backwards!
Point is...many of the big $ sponsors don't even pay attention to the quality of the show. With so many shows and wannabe shows out there, it is easier for sponsors to stay with what they first came across than actually evaluate others to make a better decision.
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