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According to Aljazeera America, around the time Deadliest Catch became popular in 2005, the state put together a tax incentive program to bring in more film crews.It was expected that this would bring more jobs to Alaska, but the outlet reports it has just brought in film crews from out of state.Clinton would be 73 years old if she were to challenge President Donald Trump – again – and win the White House the next time around.Launching a TV program now would make her America's second-oldest female news or talk show host on the small screen, after only Joy Behar of 'The View.'Author Ed Klein wrote Wednesday on his blog that according to a Clinton insider, the former secretary of state is open to the idea.And with the film producers and cameramen come more and more ridiculous reality programs.That’s how we ended up with ridiculous fodder like Alaskan Women Looking for Love.
VH1 brought the ’90s back with a block party honoring the likes of Mariah Carey, Jermaine Dupri, Martin Lawrence, Master P and Hype Williams.According to a new insider report, more than 20 reality TV shows are currently being filmed in Alaska, covering such varied topics as unusual jobs, dating in Alaska or surviving in the wilderness. Off the top of my head, I can think of numerous shows that are filmed in the state, including Ice Road Truckers, Gold Rush, Ultimate Survival Alaska, Bering Sea Gold and Deadliest Catch all film on or off the shores of Alaska.