Hunting with Beyond Rubicon

Starting on January 1st, 2018, Beyond Rubicon will air again on the Sportsman Channel following a short hiatus from cable television.   When asked the meaning of Beyond Rubicon and what it meant for hunting, Brian simply responded “it’s about an irrevocable commitment to our way of life!”

Beyond Rubicon will air for all of 2018:

Mondays, 7 PM EST on Sportsman Channel

Beyond Rubicon is a story of reverence regarding a hunter’s way of life and truly captures the essence of the hunt.  Brian, a US Marine, embarks on a journey with his Dad, Brother, and Best Friends to tap into the primal instinct that drives them to hunt.

This year is huge for Beyond Rubicon because they are bridging the gap between cable and digital productions with tons of content available for it’s fan base and sponsors.


  1. Drew 1 year ago

    I was wondering what happened … is so good to see you guys, I’m so glad your dad is still hanging. Keep up the good work, you guys are so cool.

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      Brian Cillessen 1 year ago

      It took us a moment but we’ll be on through December…and are very excited about Season 2.

  2. skip 1 year ago

    just a note but having watched hunting shows for years you have really made a great show. this is the first one that truly shows the real meaning of the outdoors. most are about the biggest with you its the time in the woods . kept up the good work

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      Brian Cillessen 1 year ago

      Thanks Skip…that means a lot. We are really hoping that this shines through with what we have going for Second Season.

  3. Keith 7 months ago

    I just found your show this evening. Hunting elk in New Mexico is a dream and it’s great to see you guys doing it the right way. Public lands and DIY. I’m looking forward to more episodes and adventures.
    Keep up the great work!

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