‘Mountain Men’ Season 9: Fans say’boring’ storylines are making them want to quit watching show

Fans Appear to be performed with observing’Mountain Men’ because the storylines have become repetitive

                            'Mountain Men' Season 9: Fans say 'boring' storylines are making them want to quit watching show

(History Channel)

It has been just a couple weeks since’Mountain Men’ Season 9 has flown as well as the audiences are ‘tired’ and’frustrated’ with the series. They want Morgan Beasley, Margaret Stern and Marty Meierotto back but are stuck with Jake Herak along with his walker hounds, who chase mountain lions collectively off\. 

“I’m really disappointed in this series, I have been seeing it every since it started and this year is the worst,” a viewer added and commented:”Not sure if I wish to still keep seeing this or not. They need to return to how it was in the beginning.”  While another enthusiast stop watching the series because it’s not the same anymore and the storylines aren’t around the mark. “I stopped watching. It’s simply not the same. So disappointed at the show now. Too bad, there have been several good storylines in the past.”

There were few who thought the show was boring and had lost its charm, which made them fast-forward the episode or change channels. “The very first show of the season, I fast forwarded through 99% of it. Boring,” a buff expressed, while another wrote:”I always watched it. It’s missing the zip of it. Return to the older style of the show.”

“My husband and I’m disappointed with this year! Bring Marty & Margaret, Morgan and Rick back! Show more of Shawn Tom &, more of Eaustus Conway. Send the cowboy brothers HOME,” a viewer needed. 

In all honesty, Jake’s narrative is now repetitive. To tape him do the identical thing over and over again gets a tad boring although it’s understandable that he specializes in driving off wild animals. Except when matters got challenging at his end and that he had no clue where his dogs proceeded, fearing they may have been attacked by the large cats. 

The GPS tracker went missing and there was blood in the trail, which had Jake worried sick. He found one of these had been injured by one of the dinosaurs when he found the hounds and was instantly treated. If the channel proceeds to add tiny bits of adventure and excitement to the narrative of Jake, it would enhance and hopefully have the fans’ seal of approval. 

Catch all the new episodes of’Mountain Men’ on History Channel each Thursday. 

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