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Published On: Fri, Jun 15th, 2018

‘Hard to Kill’ Coming to Discovery Channel July 31

Instead of “Dirty Jobs,” Discovery now brings you dangerous jobs. Tim Kennedy is one tough guy – an active, Ranger qualified, Green Beret, Special Forces Sniper who has served tours in Iraq, Afghanistan and other locations around the globe. He is also a top 5 professional MMA fighter with grit and dedication to the values of hard work and humility. Now he’s ready to tackle some of the toughest jobs ever by risking life and limb to highlight the unsung heroes of the American workforce. HARD TO KILL, an all-new series premieres Friday, July 31 at 10 PM on Discovery Channel.

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Each day, there are countless men and women across the United States who take on some of the most risky and extreme jobs imaginable. Tim is ready to put himself in their shoes. Whether he’s triggering avalanches at dizzying altitudes with high explosives, protecting a cowboy from a 2000 pound bull, or traveling to the Mojave Desert to push the boundaries of modern flight, Tim works with experts in each field to learn the grit, dedication, and hard work it takes to do some of the most dangerous jobs in the world, where one mistake can be deadly.

At the end of each training, Tim will put the skills he learned to the test to see if he truly has what it takes to accomplish the jobs of everyday heroes. Regardless of the outcome, Tim will walk away with a greater respect for those that push the limits and put their lives on the line.

HARD TO KILL is produced for Discovery by Karga 7 Pictures. For Karga 7 Pictures, executive producers are Sarah Wetherbee, Emre Sahin, Kelly McPherson, Jason Wolf, and Chris Bray. For Discovery Channel, executive producer is Russ McCarroll.

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