He’s playing his cards close to the vest for now but…
Kansas City export Erich “Mancow” Muller says he’s agreed to do a reality television show that will air this summer. One that will include his Italian in-laws in the Chicago area, wife Sandy, twin 7 year-old daughters and his relatives here in the KC area.
“Kansas City will play a huge part,” Mancow says. “We will try to get The Rainmakers on too. They’re one of my brothers and my favorite bands. I pitched one of their songs as the show’s theme but it got nixed.”
If everything falls into place, look for Mancow’s new home-away-from-home, Knuckleheads Saloon, to make it into the show.
At this point Mancow’s not saying which network will host the show.
Only that it will air in prime time on a major network, starting in July.
“We’ve already signed and sold two seasons after they saw the first three shows,” Mancow adds.
The reality show comes as something of a blessing given the difficult state of radio, but…
“All day I’ve heard how much I deserve,” he says. “We don’t DESERVE anything. Honestly It’s funny…I’ve heard that a lot today. Really. Ironic.
“I do work very hard, but really I’m am so blessed. I have so much more than I ever dreamed. Luck is Luciferian. And if you want me to be a really serious buzzkill, I don’t deserve the sacrifice Christ made on the cross or the sacrifices of so many that blazed trails (in radio) made for me. Blessings come from God.”