The loud and colorful Sumner family of West Point, Ky., come to CMT in Guntucky, a new 10-episode series premiering April 21 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT with two back-to-back episodes. Fans can get a sneak peek of the first episode on CMT.com beginning April 11.
At their family-owned and operated Knob Creek Gun Range, customers can try out, pawn and purchase a broad spectrum of legal firearms -- from cannons to rare collectibles. The world famous range has been in the family for three generations led by patriarch Gran-pa Biff Sumner Jr., who handed over day-to-day business of the range to his reliable son, Kenny, who now has his hands full thanks to the rest of the family.
The Sumner family also includes Kenny's irrepressible brother Steven, his usually free-spirited son Chad and a new generation of Knob Creek Gun Range employees.
In the first half-hour episode, Steven teaches his son Payton that shooting up dad's property comes with a big price, while the rest of the crew tracks down hard-to-find collectables. Meanwhile, Gran-Pa Biff has some bad news for the owner of a seemingly rare weapon, and two excitable brothers come to the range to blast their ratty old fishing craft. In the second episode, the Sumners agree to stage an epic Civil War reenactment, while Gran-pa Biff has Steven examine and test-fire a very valuable rifle.
Guntucky is produced by Leftfield Pictures, the producers of the hit series Pawn Stars. For more information, check out the Guntucky show page on CMT.com, visit the official Facebook page or follow #Guntucky on Twitter.