Billy Ray Cyrus will once again team up with one of his children for a television program, although it’s doubtful this one will reach the star-making machine that Hannah Montana was in producing superstardom for his daughter Miley. But this one sounds way more interesting.
Cyrus has struck a deal with Syfy and Peacock Productions to host a weekly television show about paranormal activity and conspiracy theories with his 21-year-old son, Trace — marketed as “a reality ‘X-Files’ with a country twist.” I can see that. I’d like to think if the aliens invaded, they’d find country music to their liking…
The show’s title itself might peak the interest of humans and non-humans alike: “UFO: Unbelievably Freakin’ Obvious.” Apparently Cyrus has a serious and longstanding interest in the unknown. “The existence of paranormal phenomena is something I’ve always wanted to explore further,” Cyrus said in a press release. “I hope this series can shine a light on some of the activities we have questioned, and the mysteries that have long inspired us.”
Cyrus and Trace will take a series of cross-country trips while attempting to find the truth about unsolved controversies, aliens, and unexplained activities by interviewing witnesses and examining fresh evidence.
Okay, I’m kind of interested. As long as Hannah Montana doesn’t make a guest appearance.