Cyrus Family to Investigate Paranormal in New TV Series

Song of the Day  :  Scott McKenzie – San Francisco

The Cyrus family gears up for their new reality TV series


Billy Ray Cyrus is living the dream. With the success of an international hit song and an international hit daughter under his star-studded belt, he is now moving from the music world to the scientific world. That’s right. Watch as Billy and son strive to flip our wacky dimension upside-down with the new TV series, “UFO: Unbelievably Freakin’ Obvious”.

This reality show follows Billy Ray and his son, Trace, as they travel across the nation from one conspiracy theory to another. Attempting to expose various unexplained activities and paranormal phenomena as nothing more than bunk presumptions, the two guarantee to provide well thought-out skeptical solutions, Americana-style. You know, ectoplasm with a slice of peach cobbler.

Apparently, Billy has been a long-time devotee to the unexplainable. He is quoted as saying, “I hope this series can shine a light on some of the activities we have questioned, and the mysteries that have long inspired us.” The paranormal mysteries that inspired “Achy Breaky Heart”, right? We knew that song was about the ghosts of girlfriends past…

The show, set to begin filming in a couple of weeks, will air exclusively on the SyFy Channel. They should get a head start and change the name to the CyFy Channel, because we already know this one is gonna be a hit. We think their first episode could investigate the Cyrus Conundrum, or the mystery as to how this family continues to find work.

[Source: O’NTD]


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