Arrow Affliction

2008 | Sportsman Channel | Reality | 9 Seasons | Canceled

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Chris Brackett has an affliction, an incurable yearn for all things archery – an Arrow Affliction. One of the hottest young talents in the outdoor industry, Brackett brings an unprecedented skill level and an infectious enthusiasm to the range and the field as he pushes the limits of what can …

Arrow Affliction

Fans left in disbelief: Arrow Affliction won't be back for Season 10 as Sportsman Channel cancels the show

Arrow Affliction Season 10 Status: Canceled

Arrow Affliction Season 9 Release Date: Jan. 15, 2016

When will Arrow Affliction Season 10 be released? Will Arrow Affliction return for Season 10 on Sportsman Channel?

Whether Arrow Affliction is renewed for another season or canceled? Get acquainted with the latest reliable news regarding the upcoming season of Arrow Affliction on Sportsman Channel. Track the renewal/cancellation status of Arrow Affliction.

Arrow Affliction kicked off on September 29, 2008 on Sportsman Channel. Arrow Affliction is a 30-minute Reality television series, which is currently in its 9th season. Arrow Affliction airs by Fridays at 22:30 on Sportsman Channel.

Unfortunately, Sportsman Channel decided not to pick up Arrow Affliction for Season 10. Arrow Affliction is canceled and will not return for another round on Sportsman Channel. If the show's status changes and Sportsman Channel decides to revive Arrow Affliction for another round, we will update this page. We regret to report the bad news. Stay tuned for updates. We will inform you if something has changed.

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Show Name: Arrow Affliction

Premiere date: Sept. 29, 2008

Show Network: Sportsman Channel

Show Type: Reality

Show country: United States

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