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Hulk Hogan Appears Live and Uncensored Tonight on Canadian TV

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TORONTO, December 1, 2009 Legendary wrestling superstar Hulk Hogan returns to Toronto and makes Canada’s only live late-night interactive talk series, The Surf, his first interview stop on Tuesday, December 8 at 10 p.m. ET. Jimmy The Mouth of the South Hart joins Hogan for this special hour-long guest turn airing nationally on BITE, an award-winning playhouse for all things funny, irreverent, and unpredictable. Musical guest for the program is Canadian rock band The Trews!

Jason Agnew, known to the wrestling world as the host of North America’s leading pro-wrestling radio program The LAW: Live Audio Wrestling, is also host of The Surf and executive producer for BITE Television. Agnew will sit down LIVE tonight with the two sports-entertainment icons for candid conversation about Hogan’s newly released autobiography titled My Life Outside the Ring. At the same time, viewers coast to coast chat with Hogan and Hart in real time through and Twitter at as well as submit questions via email to

No topic is off limits when Jason Agnew hosts The Surf, Canada’s only live and interactive late-night variety talk series. The show features a full spectrum of celebs spanning entertainment genres along with acoustic performances by top artists. KISS tongue flapper Gene Simmons, District 9 star Sharlto Copley, former WWE Superstar Trish Stratus, Our Lady Peace drummer Jeremy Taggart, and Playboy Playmate Traci Brooks are just some of the stars who have appeared on the show. The Salads, Moneen, Crush Luther, and Saint Alvia are among the acts performing this season. Viewers chat to screen in real time via and Twitter in every hour-long edition. This BITE original series airs coast to coast Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET.

BITE ( is an award-winning playhouse for all things funny, irreverent, and unpredictable. Launched as Canadas first truly interactive, multi-platform channel, it airs and covers comedy, pop culture, and music. BITE holds the distinction of being the first Canadian broadcaster to win an International Interactive Emmy Award for Outstanding Interactive Channel. As a leader in audience engagement, BITE engrains viewers into the very fibre of the network through a multitude of platforms including, mobile, and social networking sites, featuring the latest in on-screen interactivity. The network proudly services a mischievous and edgy core audience of 18-49s who are distinctly 2.0, with a strong focus on 18-34 year olds. BITE debuted in April 2005 and it is currently available in 1.3 million homes across Canada. Viewer Discretion Despised.

Find BITE Television across Canada on Rogers Channel 106, Cogego Channel 123 and BellTV channel 510.

For all other Canadian Cable providers visit:

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