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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Black Gold On TruTV

"Deadliest Catch" is just one of my favorite shows on TV. It captures the real scenario of the lives of those men who makes a living by catching the Alaskan king crab. It's a risky job because one simple mistake, they can be thrown out from the ship and swallowed by the sea. There were men reported to have lost their lives during the filming of that show. This time, truTV's Black Gold will be showing us the lives of men working in the oil fields of West Texas. They will have 50 days to drill the four back-breaking holes in Texas.

View this truTV's Black Gold trailer now and have a glimpse of what this show is all about. From the creator of "Deadliest Catch" comes the second season about the danger of the job in the oil fields of Texas. One wrong move can cost the jobs or the lives of these toughest roughnecks. The truTV's Black Gold drilling will be shown on August 19th at ten PM at 9c. All new episodes will be aired every Wednesdays at same time respectively. Focus on the job is very important for these roughnecks if they are given an on-the job training on the oil fields. To avoid being yelled at or intimidated by their superior they should have common sense too. The job needs not only strength but also brains that function well. I am so excited to see the premiere and I am inviting you all to watch this show because, this is not only Reality but, Actuality.


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