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Are the 405 still the fastest and most elite street racers in the nation? Find out when STREET OUTLAWS returns to Discovery on October 26 at 9PM ET/PT. STREET OUTLAWS rejoins “Motor Mondays” with more smack talk and fast cars. One of the top cable programs among men, last season was the series’ most-watched (P2+) and highest-rated ever, with the season finale delivering more than 3 million total viewers (P2+).

Previously, the 405 battled the five fastest racers in the nation, from New Orleans to Los Angeles, culminating in the biggest race event ever. But, while the guys from Oklahoma City claimed victory as a team, Big Chief experienced his third consecutive defeat against New Orleans' Kye Kelly in the final head-to-head showdown.

Now, Looking to defend their status as America’s fastest, the 405 devise a plan to race as many teams as possible, leading to the ultimate two-night Cash Days, winner-take-all event against more than 30 of the nation’s top-tier racers! Only the best will be invited to take on the 405 in their hometown, with the fastest drivers and finest automobiles from across the country all gathered in Oklahoma City. The stakes are higher than ever for the boys from the 405 as they look to solidify their status and reputations as the best and fastest.  

STREET OUTLAWS is produced for Discovery Channel by Pilgrim Studios; Craig Piligian and Sam Korkis are executive producers. For Discovery, Craig Coffman is executive producer and Todd Lefkowitz is coordinating producer.

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About Pilgrim Studios

Craig Piligian’s Pilgrim Studios produces a wide variety of unscripted and scripted programming for television, including hit series Street Outlaws, Fast N’ Loud and Misfit Garage for Discovery; My Big Fat Fabulous Life for TLC; Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s and Raising Whitley for OWN; Bring It! and spin-off Step It Up! for Lifetime; Ghost Hunters for Syfy; The Ultimate Fighter for FOX Sports 1; David Tutera’s CELEBrations for WE tv; Wicked Tuna and Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks for National Geographic Channel; Somebody’s Gotta Do It with Mike Rowe for CNN; and Missing in Alaska for History. Pilgrim also produces new FYI talk show series Kocktails with Khloé, hosted by Khloé Kardashian. In the scripted realm, Pilgrim is currently in production on the new series Recovery Road for ABC Family. The company’s original movies for Lifetime include Amanda Knox: Murder On Trial In Italy; Abducted: The Carlina White Story, which earned a 2012 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Writing In A Motion Picture; and the crime thriller Stalkers.