2020 Series
Airs June to December on

EPISODE 1: Rusticating
Great North Woods, New Hampshire

The northernmost reaches of New Hampshire have long drawn visitors and vacationers, and ENE’s Tom Richardson retraces their steps to do a little “rusticating” of his own. Kayaking, hiking, fishing, moose-watching and camping all play into this episode, which also includes a look at two of the region’s venerable sporting lodges.

EPISODE 2: A Different World
Moosehead Region, Maine

When the snow flies, winter-lovers flock to Moosehead Lake, where adventures await in the form of downhill skiing at Big Squaw Mountain, dogsledding, ice fishing for lake trout, and more. ENE visits the ice-bound lake to partake in all the above, as well as a side trip to Little Lyford Camps in the One Hundred Mile Wilderness for some spectacular crosscountry skiing with Steve Tatko of the Appalachian Mountain Club.

EPISODE 3: River Revival
New Bedford, Massachusetts

The city of New Bedford In southeastern Massachusetts isn’t associated with nature and outdoor activities, but ENE discovers some surprising natural gems in and around this commercial fishing hub, where groups such as the Buzzards Bay Coalition have transformed a former sawmill on the Acushnet River into a park that offers hiking, paddling, and birdwatching. Meanwhile, there’s fishing for striped bass and bluefish to be had just steps from the historic downtown area, and even more action with false albacore waiting in the open waters of Buzzards Bay.


EPISODE 1: Rusticating
Great North Woods, New Hampshire

The northernmost reaches of New Hampshire have long drawn visitors and vacationers, and ENE’s Tom Richardson retraces their steps to do a little “rusticating” of his own. Kayaking, hiking, fishing, moose-watching and camping all play into this episode, which also includes a look at two of the region’s venerable sporting lodges.

AIRS Saturday, June 6, 11:00am
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 2: A Different World
Moosehead Region, Maine

When the snow flies, winter-lovers flock to Moosehead Lake, where adventures await in the form of downhill skiing at Big Squaw Mountain, dogsledding, ice fishing for lake trout, and more. ENE visits the ice-bound lake to partake in all the above, as well as a side trip to Little Lyford Camps in the One Hundred Mile Wilderness for some spectacular crosscountry skiing with Steve Tatko of the Appalachian Mountain Club.

AIRS SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 11:00am
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 3: River Rebirth
New Bedford, Massachusetts

The city of New Bedford In southeastern Massachusetts isn’t associated with nature and outdoor activities, but ENE discovers some surprising natural gems in and around this commercial fishing hub, where groups such as the Buzzards Bay Coalition have transformed a former sawmill on the Acushnet River into a park that offers hiking, paddling, and birdwatching. Meanwhile, there’s fishing for striped bass and bluefish to be had just steps from the historic downtown area, and even more action with false albacore waiting in the open waters of Buzzards Bay.

AIRS SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 11:00am
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 4: Ghost Trains
Katahdin Region, Maine

The Katahdin Region of northern Maine is a winter playground for snowmobilers, and home base for many riders is Shin Pond Village. ENE pays a visit to the town of Mount Chase, in the shadow of Mount Katahdin, for a journey to the fabled “Ghost Trains” of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. Along the way they stop for the night at remote Libby’s Camps, where sportsmen and winter-weary travelers are always welcome.

EPISODE 5: Winni Awakening
Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire

ENE travels to New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee shortly after ice-out to sample spring fishing for landlocked salmon and a kayak trip to Stonedam Island, where the public is welcome to dock, hike and explore the woods.

EPISODE 6: Searching for Gadabout
Bingham, Maine

Outdoor TV pioneer “Gadabout” Gaddis made Bingham, Maine, his home base for many years, and ENE follows his trail by ATV, boat, and on foot. In the end, it becomes clear why this beautiful part of Maine is still beloved by outdoors-minded folk who appreciate nature in its any forms. Activities include ATV trail riding to the Bingham Wind Farm, upland bird hunting in the autumn woods, and a pontoon boat trip that results in a scene that would have made Gadabout envious!

EPISODE 4: Ghost Trains
Katahdin Region, Maine

The Katahdin Region of northern Maine is a winter playground for snowmobilers, and home base for many riders is Shin Pond Village. ENE pays a visit to the town of Mount Chase, in the shadow of Mount Katahdin, for a journey to the fabled “Ghost Trains” of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. Along the way they stop for the night at remote Libby’s Camps, where sportsmen and winter-weary travelers are always welcome.

AIRS Saturday, June 25, 11:00am
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 5: Winni Awakening
Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire

ENE travels to New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee shortly after ice-out to sample spring fishing for landlocked salmon and a kayak trip to Stonedam Island, where the public is welcome to dock, hike and explore the woods.

AIRS SATURDAY, JULY 4, 11:00am
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 6: Searching for Gadabout
Bingham, Maine

Outdoor TV pioneer “Gadabout” Gaddis made Bingham, Maine, his home base for many years, and ENE follows his trail by ATV, boat, and on foot. In the end, it becomes clear why this beautiful part of Maine is still beloved by outdoors-minded folk who appreciate nature in its any forms. Activities include ATV trail riding to the Bingham Wind Farm, upland bird hunting in the autumn woods, and a pontoon boat trip that results in a scene that would have made Gadabout envious!

AIRS SATURDAY, JULY 11, 11:00am
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 7: North Country Cornucopia
Great North Woods, New Hampshire

The Great North Woods of New Hampshire explode with color, and ENE is there to sample the spectacular fall foliage on a canoe trip along the upper Connecticut and an ATV ride through the forest to a well-known maple-syrup operation in neighboring Vermont.

EPISODE 8: Two Sides of the Mountain
Katahdin Region, Maine

Maine’s largest mountain serves as the anchor to this episode, which starts with an ATV ride through the early-fall woods to a beautiful waterfall. That’s followed by a visit to the Maine Lumberman’s Museum, home to interesting exhibits and artifacts that shed light on an enduring and evolving industry that has forever shaped the Maine woods and its culture. Wrapping it up is an exciting day-long drift boat fly fishing trip on the Penobscot River with legendary guide Danny Legere.

EPISODE 9: Autumn Two-Step
White Mountains, New Hampshire

This fall visit to the eastern portion of New Hampshire’s White Mountains involves an exciting ATV ride through Jericho Mountain State Park, followed by a stop for mouth-watering BBQ at Road Hawg Swine Dining in the town of Berlin. But there’s fly fishing afoot as well, with time spent on the beautiful Ellis River, home to brook and rainbow trout.

EPISODE 7: North Country Cornucopia
Great North Woods, New Hampshire

The Great North Woods of New Hampshire explode with color, and ENE is there to sample the spectacular fall foliage on a canoe trip along the upper Connecticut and an ATV ride through the forest to a well-known maple-syrup operation in neighboring Vermont.

AIRS SATURDAY, JULY 18, 11:00am
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 8: Two Sides of the Mountain
Katahdin Region, Maine

Maine’s largest mountain serves as the anchor to this episode, which starts with an ATV ride through the early-fall woods to a beautiful waterfall. That’s followed by a visit to the Patten Lumbermen’s Museum, home to interesting exhibits and artifacts that shed light on an enduring and evolving industry that has forever shaped the Maine woods and its culture. Wrapping it up is an exciting day-long drift boat fly fishing trip for landlocked salmon and brook trout on the Penobscot River with legendary guide Danny Legere.

AIRS SATURDAY, JULY 25, 11:00am
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 9: Autumn Two-Step
White Mountains, New Hampshire

This fall visit to the eastern portion of New Hampshire’s White Mountains involves an exciting ATV ride through Jericho Mountain State Park, followed by a stop for mouth-watering BBQ at Road Hawg Swine Dining in the town of Berlin. But there’s fly fishing afoot as well, with time spent on the beautiful Ellis River, home to brook and rainbow trout.

AIRS Saturday, AUG. 1, 11:00am
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 10: Moosehead Magic
Moosehead Region, Maine

This episode of ENE explores the Moosehead Lake Region in fall, starting with a seaplane flight with local pilot Roger Courier, followed by fly fishing on the upper Kennebec River with guide Scott Snell. ENE also visits The Birches resort and climbs spectacular Mount Kineo. Also featured is an interview with Katahdin steamboat captain Rocky Rockwell, who participated in the last log drive on Moosehead.

EPISODE 11: Chasing the Snow
Cambridge, Vermont

ENE visits ski country in Vermont to sample the downhill trails and other offerings at Smuggler’s Notch Resort. Also on tap is crosscountry skiing and a night ride in one of the resort’s ski trail groomers, as well as dining and dancing at Martell’s at the Red Fox and a tour of the Smuggler’s Notch craft distillery in the village of Jeffersonville.

EPISODE 12: Shoulder Season Sampler
Block Island, Rhode Island

Block Island bustles with tourists during the summer, but the so-called “shoulder seasons” of spring and fall are a different story. During these periods, the island is less crowded, the weather is often superb, and there is still plenty to do and see, as ENE discovers in a June trip. Join host Tom Richardson as he paddles, fishes, hikes, and bikes around the Block with a variety of local experts, and learns why the shoulder seasons can be the best times to plan a trip to this beautiful island.

EPISODE 10: Moosehead Magic
Moosehead Region, Maine

This episode of ENE explores the Moosehead Lake Region in fall, starting with a seaplane flight with local pilot Roger Courier, followed by fly fishing on the upper Kennebec River with guide Scott Snell. ENE also visits The Birches resort and climbs spectacular Mount Kineo. Also featured is an interview with Katahdin steamboat captain Rocky Rockwell, who participated in the last log drive on Moosehead.

Airtime on NESN TBD
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 11: See & Ski
Cambridge, Vermont

ENE visits ski country in Vermont to sample the downhill trails and other offerings at Smuggler’s Notch Resort. Also on tap is crosscountry skiing and a night ride in one of the resort’s ski trail groomers, as well as dining and dancing at Martell’s at the Red Fox and a tour of the Smuggler’s Notch craft distillery in the village of Jeffersonville.

AIRS SUNDAY, Aug. 15, 11:00am
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 12: Shoulder Season Sampler
Block Island, Rhode Island

Block Island bustles with tourists during the summer, but the so-called “shoulder seasons” of spring and fall are a different story. During these periods, the island is less crowded, the weather is often superb, and there is still plenty to do and see, as ENE discovers in a June trip. Join host Tom Richardson as he paddles, fishes, hikes, and bikes around the Block with a variety of local experts, and learns why the shoulder seasons can be the best times to plan a trip to this beautiful island.

AIRS Saturday, AUG. 22, 11:00am
Repeats TBD
EPISODE 13: Best Of ENE 2020

ENE celebrates its action-packed inaugural season with a look back at some of the many highlights experienced while filming all over New England.

EPISODE 13: Best Of ENE 2020

ENE celebrates its action-packed inaugural season with a look back at some of the many highlights experienced while filiming all over New England.

AIRS Saturday, AUG. 29, 11:00am
Repeats TBD