“Get Out!” Heads to Canada with Hot Hosts

For the last thirteen seasons of “Get Out!”, HDNet has taken viewers to paradise in an unending effort to experience the most amazing adventures, nightlife and local color the world has to offer, believes HDNet.

Now the show heads north to Canada for its fourteenth and most exciting season ever. “Get Out! Canada” premieres on HDNet Thursday Night, October 7 at 8:00 Eastern.

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“HDNet’s Canadian viewers have been emailing us for months, telling us about all of the great vacation and adventure spots that Canada has to offer,” said Mark Cuban, president and co-founder of HDNet.

“The only way to showcase Canada would be to do it with an all-Canadian cast, so, get ready for ‘Get Out! Canada’ on HDNet!”

Hosts Lana Tailor, Amy Lynn Grover and a supporting cast of dazzling co-hosts were chosen from hundreds of hopeful Canadian beauties for a starring role on HDNet’s “Get Out! Canada.”

These vivacious women come from all walks of life and represent the full spectrum of gorgeous and talented women from all across Canada, says HDNet.

This season you’ll be treated to adventurous models, stunning Playmates, and unpredictable entertainment personalities, it says.

Lana Tailor, a stunning brunette, hails from Sudbury, a small town outside of Toronto. Lana has been pursuing a career in acting and modeling since the age of 12. She has graced the cover of Playboy, has been featured in eleven magazines and stars in the HBO/Cinemax series “Lingerie.”

Blonde bombshell Amy Lynn Grover is also Toronto native and a three-time Playboy cover girl. She has appeared in numerous magazines, has been featured in commercials, and has several calendars in her portfolio. Amy Lynn is passionate about exercise and nutrition and is the face of “Extreme Fitness” clubs throughout Canada.

This season, “Get Out! Canada” will feature skydiving in Burnaby, British Columbia, zip-lining in Long Point, Ontario, and white water river boarding on the Ottawa River.

HDNet is an independent network offering content that appeals to men of all ages.

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Rakesh Raman