Redneck Island , CMT’s ultimate competition series, returns for a fourth season and promises to be rowdier than ever with a hot new co-host and even hotter new twist.
Country singer-songwriter and TV personality Jessie James Decker joins wrestling icon Steve Austin as masters of ceremonies on the island tucked away at a lake in North Georgia.
Consisting of 10 one-hour episodes, the new season marks the return of one of the most popular CMT series since it debuted in 2012. Part of CMT’s outrageous Thursday nights, the all-new Redneck Island will debut with a 90-minute extended premiere on Dec. 4 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
This season, 12 guys and 12 girls will fight to win cold hard cash in the ultimate redneck competition series where time spent partying is just as important as time spent competing. While these rednecks may arrive single and ready to mingle, a high-stakes, sexy spin on the original format will pair male and female teammates as bunkmates in a new twist that is sure to fuel both competition and romance at the lake house. One guy/gal team will ultimately walk away from this little redneck heaven $100,000 richer.
Steve “Stone Cold” Austin, six-time World Wrestling Federation Champion and 2003 WWE Hall of Fame inductee, has been busy since retiring from the ring in 2003. He began his acting career in 2005 with a breakout performance in Adam Sandler’s The Longest Yard, which went on to make $187 million worldwide. Austin followed it with a starring role in The Condemned, which continues to be one of the World Wrestling Entertainment’s most successful releases. In 2010, Sylvester Stallone tapped Austin for his action thriller, The Expendables. In 2013, Austin had a featured role in Sandler’s Grown Ups 2.
Austin currently hosts two successful TV shows for CMT — Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge and Redneck Island. In addition, he shakes things up each week with The Steve Austin Show on www.podcastone.com.
Singer-songwriter Decker recently released her EP, Comin’ Home, a candid celebration of her pop and country influences. The EP, produced by John Fields (Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers, Switchfoot), debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard country albums chart and No. 28 on the all-genre Billboard 200. Tracks from the EP were featured on her hit reality series, Eric & Jessie: Game On, which she starred in with her husband, superstar pro football wide receiver Eric Decker.
She released her self-titled debut album in 2009 and is now working on new music and enjoying time with her husband and infant daughter Vivianne Rose. She also launched the Eric & Jessie Decker Foundation to positively impact the lives of United States military veterans and at risk children.
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