The second season of the RLTV cable show “Danger Zone” promises to offer exclusive behind-the-scenes explorations of some of the most dramatic covert operations in American history.
The season premiered on Oct. 18 on the newly re-branded RLTV, hosted by award-winning journalist and former U.S. Ambassador Richard Carlson.
It recounts secretive operations by the FBI, CIA, and the government from the Kennedy years up until the president conflict in Syria.
RLTV stated: “‘Danger Zone’ takes you behind the media reports that provide only superficial details of espionage and counter intelligence. ‘Danger Zone’ digs deeper because espionage, counter-intelligence, and undercover work are our only news beat. ‘Danger Zone’ will reveal to our audience the reality of the targeting of our nation by foreign spies, double agents, and American traitors.”
Guests on the show include former CIA Directors James Woolsey and Gen. Michael Hayden, retired undercover FBI agent Jack Garcia, and one of the last living members of President John F. Kennedy’s Secret Service team.
Host Carlson, who is also former director of Voice of America and vice chairman of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, told The Daily Caller: “The show will be relevant to anyone with an interest in national security and intelligence.
“We live in a time when foreign policy and national security is an important subject. It counts. The guests give insights that might be unavailable otherwise.”
“Danger Zone” airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. Eastern time, with replays on Sundays at 7 a.m. and 10 a.m.
RLTV bills itself as “the only cable network and online destination for adults 50+, offering a unique brand of programming and content that mature, experienced and knowledgeable viewers appreciate and desire.”
The network is launching a new brand identity beginning on Nov. 1, with a new tagline, Experience Matters.
RLTV President and Chief Executive Officer Paul FitzPatrick said: “Our redefined brand, RLTA: Experience Matters, celebrates the extraordinary experiences of this powerful 100 million and growing population of Boomers and seniors with television and online content that is relevant to their life stage.”
The network’s Emmy Award-winning programming focuses on everything from financial planning to second careers to travel, entertainment, and health, in addition to national security issues that are the focus of “Danger Zone.”
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