The four latest episodes of the television show Full Throttle Saloon has apparently been scrubbed from the Discovery Network and the Destination America network and is instead airing on YouTube.
Earlier this month, Destination America sent out a press release which stated the new season of the show would start airing December 1st, 2016 on the network
According to the release, Destination America is the only network to celebrate the people, places, and stories of the United States. The inclusive network targeting Adults 25-54 is available in nearly 60 million homes.
But a check of the website for the network shows that all references to the Full Throttle Saloon show has been removed. The previous pages still show up when a search is performed but a "page removed" error appears when the link is clicked.
The new episodes were filmed over the course of two seasons at the Sturgis rally, in 2014 and 2015. Not only will they address the bar’s future after the fire, but they will also see the on-air debut of the Ballards’ baby daughter. Viewers were left hanging in 2013, when Michael and Angie were expecting their first child. Now, watch them juggle the challenges of running the “World’s Largest Biker Bar” as parents.
2015 also marked the 75th anniversary of the Sturgis rally, bringing even more antics to the already high-energy Full Throttle experience. New episodes will unveil the death-defying stunts performed by Dupree during his annual Jackyl show at the bar.
While the future of the show on network television is uncertain, at least you can still catch the show online.
Watch each the Season 6 / 4 episodes here.