Thursday, September 9, 2010

Billy Ray Cyrus Goes Paranormal

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by Regina Avalos

Billy Ray Cyrus Goes Paranormal - Syfy Series Being Developed with Son Trace

September 07, 2010 08:13 PM EDT (Updated: September 08, 2010 03:43 AM EDT)

This is one strange family, but they seem to enjoy working together. Country singer Billy Ray Cyrus spent four years working with his daughter Miley Cyrus on her television series, and now it is time for him to show the other Cyrus child some attention. He has plans to work with his twenty-one year old son, Trace Cyrus, on a new series set for the Syfy channel.

Yrs, you read that right! The Syfy Channel. Billy Ray is going towards the paranormal with this new series titled "UFO: Unbelievably Freakin' Obvious." On the show, the two will investigate conspiracy theories. Yes, Billy Ray and Trace will get down to the bottom of things when it comes to all paranormal.

A statement from Mark Statement, the head of programming for Syfy, had this to say: "Our audience craves authentic, compelling and informative storytelling that pushes the boundaries of our normal world. Allegations of cover-up and conspiracy around unexplained phenomena has inspired heated debate for decades," Stern said. "It will be interesting to see what truth Billy Ray and Trace may discover."

The paranormal has certainly found a home on the network. This began several years ago with the series "Ghost Hunters" on Syfy. That series takes the TAPS team into locations to investigate paranormal activity in search of ghosts. Since its premiere, the series has spawned two spin-offs, "Ghost Hunters International" and "Ghost Hunters Academy."

In this new weekly reality series on Syfy, the father and son will travel across the country together as they try to reveal the truth behind some of the biggest conspiracy and cover ups. The two will be assisted by Silent Franky' back in his home basement with tips received via computer. The assistant is reportedly Trace's best friend. No word when this series will hit Syfy, but it is currently in development. For the latest in television news, go here.

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