Hubbubs in “Duck Dynasty,” a Heated Land Dispute in “Friday Night at the Movies” and a Tribal Feast in “Alaska’s Wild Gourmet”
New Episodes Air April 18-24 and a Clint Eastwood Film Airs on April 22
DENVER (April 15, 2016) – Monday Night on Outdoor Channel continues to roll out four uninterrupted episodes of Duck Dynasty, reviving the phenomemon of the Robertson shenanigans. Next, “Friday Night at the Movies” airs the 1972 western film, Joe Kidd, starring Oscar®-winner Clint Eastwood in an action-adventure cinema from acclaimed veteran western director, John Sturges on Friday, April 22 at 9 p.m. ET. Then, Alaska’s Wild Gourmet celebrates their roots with another delicious meal prepared for local Native American tribes in Alaska.
Highlights for April 18–24:
Duck Dynasty (Mondays at 7 p.m. ET/PT): In the first of four episodes in the evening, the guys bring a new office pet to the warehouse – a lizard. When the sly creepy-crawler escapes, the guys try everything in their power to catch it. Next, Willie and Jase invite Korie and Missy on a deer hunt because they’re afraid their wives have become “city slickers.” Then, with Willie out of town, the guys decide to blow off work and brush up the duck blinds on the Robertson land. In the final episode of the night, Willie doesn’t approve of Sadie’s dress selection for her upcoming homecoming dance. Plus, don’t miss all new episodes of Duck Dynasty Wednesdays on A&E. Preview the four ducks in a row here: Promo
Joe Kidd – Friday Night Film (Fridays at 9 p.m. ET/PT): Set in the American Southwest, Clint Eastwood stars as Joe Kidd, a former bounty hunter who finds himself in the middle of a range war in rugged New Mexico. Following an armed uprising by local Mexican revolutionaries who claim they’ve been cheated out of their rightful land, Kidd is hired by wealthy land baron, Frank Harlan, to assist in capturing the revolutionary leader, Luis Chama. When Kidd finds out Harlan has ulterior motives of purchasing the disputed territory, their interests are at odds until Chama makes the mistake of stealing Kidd’s horses and terrorizing his friends.
Alaska’s Wild Gourmet (Saturdays at 7 p.m. ET/PT): In this original episode featuring the family-owned and operated catering business, the Ewings’ mobile kitchen whips up a gourmet meal for the local Alutiiq tribes in Alaska. This scrumptious meal is in honor and celebration of Kodiak’s deep roots in native history. Bite into the show here: Promo
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