The CMT reality show's episode based in Dearborn garnered some unfavorable reviews.
We asked Dearborn Patch readers on Facebook what they thought of the Dearborn-based episode of CMT's My Big Redneck Vacation. Most of them were not fans, commenting that the show was an inaccurate representation of Dearborn. The show aired Saturday, Feb. 17. See what some Dearborn residents who watched it had to say, then add your thoughts to the comments. You can watch the full episode online at CMT.com.
The Dearborn stop on CMT's "My Big Redneck Vacation" will premiere at 9 p.m. Saturday.
Rednecks and Dearborn—a perfect match, or a disaster waiting to happen? The CMT show My Big Redneck Vacation will be showcasing a Dearborn-based episode this Saturday, Feb 16. Season three of the reality series, hosted by Tom Arnold, follows the Clampets on a road trip across the U.S. So far, viewers have seen them hit the beaches in Miami and head to Washington, D.C. According to CMT, the family comes to Michigan for a lumberjack competition, and ends up spending some time in Dearborn. There, the family interacts with the city’s Arab American and Muslim population—hopefully learning a few things along the way. The episode was filmed in Dearborn last September. A hint at what viewers can expect: A preview of the season from CMT shows the …