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Dean Cain hosting $10M Bigfoot ‘hunt’

Dean Cain hosting $10M Bigfoot ‘hunt’

LOOKIN' FOR BIGFOOT: Dean Cain will host a new reality show aimed at finding the elusive Bigfoot. Photo: Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — No one’s found Bigfoot yet, so maybe a $10 million-dollar prize will give people more incentive.

A reality show called “10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty” will air on Spike TV.

Dean Cain will host the show that premieres Jan. 10.

Nine teams of “lifelong Bigfoot hunters” and big game hunters will be searching for Sasquatch.

The $10 million prize would be the biggest in TV history.

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