The show follows a group of investigators from the BFRO around the country in search of the mysterious creature.She landed a job as a field producer at MTV on the Final Fu, a series that pit the best practitioners of their respective martial arts styles against one another in a series of challenges and head to head fights.Ryder also assisted in producing the 32nd Daytime Emmy Awards.Erin also holds a Masters Degree in Television, Radio and Film from S. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.In 2004, she began working for the Olympics on NBC producing the Open, Bumps, Teases and Promos for the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.Her resume grew to include reality shows on Spike, Cartoon Network, ESPN, NBC, ABC, CBS, TLC, CW, VH1, MTV, STYLE, Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, and National Geographic Channel.Ryder moved to Los Angeles in 2005 to continue her work in the field of television.
Erin Ryder (born Aug 14, 1980) is an American television host, television producer, adventurer, explorer and photographer.
She is a co-executive producer and on-camera investigator for Syfy's hit reality television series Destination Truth, a weekly one-hour show filmed in remote locations around the world that explores some of the world's mysteries and unexplained phenomena.
In 2011 she worked in the field on The Discovery Channel's hour-long special The Supernaturalist, which followed magician Dan White as he travels through Nepal, in an attempt to discover real Tibetan magic.
2011 was also the year she began working on the documentary television series pilot, Finding Bigfoot that premiered on May 30, 2011, on Animal Planet.
She also produced Dude, What Would Happen, a jackass-for-kids like reality show on Cartoon Network.
In 2010 Ryder produced MTV’s Ultimate Parkour Challenge, a live race through an urban environment by practitioners of parkour.