(L-R): Hosts of VINTAGE TECH HUNTERS Shaun Hatton and Bohus Blahut“VINTAGE TECH HUNTERS is a winning mix and a perfect fit for our viewers – two fascinating experts, the excitement of their epic hunting trips, and the amazing value of some of these nostalgic items,” said Edwina Follows, Director, Commissioning and Production, Discovery Networks Canada. “We are delighted to have kicked off production with Crooked Horse, while continuing our great partnership with Boat Rocker Studios – our partners on Discovery’s hit series CANADA’S WORST DRIVER.” “We are thrilled to work with our production partners at Discovery and Boat Rocker Studios,” said David Lerech, Senior Vice President, Crooked Horse. “We’ve unearthed a treasure of our own in Hatton and Blahut, the VINTAGE TECH HUNTERS – they’re the real find. We couldn’t be more excited to work with this dynamic duo.” “Discovery’s innovative slate of original homegrown productions continues to connect with our viewers year after year, particularly in primetime,” said Ken MacDonald, Vice-President and General Manager, Discovery Networks Canada. “We are confident in the potential of this series and look forward to adding it to our robust Canadian schedule.” VINTAGE TECH HUNTERS is produced by Crooked Horse Productions in association with Discovery Canada and Boat Rocker Studios, and distributed internationally by Boat Rocker Rights. Executive Producers for Boat Rocker Studios are Ivan Schneeberg and David Fortier, along with David Lerech and Bree Tiffin from Crooked Horse. From Boat Rocker Rights, Jon Rutherford is President and Series Producer is Robert Scott. For Discovery, Edwina Follows is Executive Producer, and Ken MacDonald is Vice-President and General Manager, Discovery. Tracey Pearce is President, Distribution and Pay, Bell Media.