In my other life (before I retired 12 years ago), I used to live in southern California. I had a large boat and spent a lot of time fishing and diving of the Calif and Mexico coast. One of my friends was a outdoor show tv producer. We filmed several shows on my boat. The thing that really got my attention was that what was shown on tv and at outdoor shows was a lot different than what I experienced on the trips. 1000's of feet of film was taken and not used. I know this is the practice in the film industry, but it gives a skewed view of what really happens. Makes you wonder how many missed shots, wounded animals and other such stuff gets edited out. Everything you see is almost perfect, really doesn't reflect what we as hunters & fisherman really experience.
Oh yeah, the original question....I don't watch many. As for Nugent....It has been said already, very eloquently.