Outdoor Channel is “Off to the Races” on Monday Night

March 4, 2016

From Street Cars to Lawn Mowers, Driving Competitions and Other New Series
Episodes Heat Up the Network Beginning March 7

DENVER (March 4, 2016) – Outdoor Channel is continuing to rev up its engines with its Monday night programming. On March 7, the network will launch the cable television return of the fast and furious reality drag racing competition – PINKS: ALL OUT, as well as premiere Season 2 of Duck Dynasty. The adventure-filled night continues with a new, deeply informative episode of the network’s newest wildlife conservation series, Carter’s W.A.R. The fast-moving lineup all begins Monday, March 7 at 7 p.m. ET:

Duck Dynasty – Season 2 Premiere (Mondays at 7 p.m. ET/PT): The capers continue as the premiere of Season 2 launches at 7:30 p.m., directly following the Season 1 finale in which the guys are completely surprised when they end up at a team-building camp thanks to Willie’s deceitful coaxing. The premiere of Season 2 is off to the races – the lawn mower races that is! Viewers can continue to enjoy these episodes and the Robertson monkey-business every Monday night on the network “back where the beards began.” Plus, don’t miss all new episodes of Duck Dynasty Wednesdays on A&E. Take a look ahead at the upcoming back-to-back episodes: Promo

PINKS: ALL OUT – Series Premiere (Mondays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT): Starting March 7, viewers will start their engines for the initial “armdrop” of the month-long special welcoming the fiery, reality drag racing competition back to cable television. Every Monday in March, viewers will be taken to the track for some intense, vintage style drag racing. The high octane series that originally aired on SPEED, returns with a new season at Rockingham Dragway in North Carolina to test if racers still love to run all out. For a sneak peek of the never before seen episodes, click here: Promo 

Carter’s W.A.R. (Wildlife Animal Response) presented by Nosler (Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT): Lion populations in East Africa have recently been reduced by half. Wildlife investigator and host of the show, Ivan Carter, uncovers how the local Maasai people, renowned for their warrior spirit, are closely tied to the depleting population of the lions. In an eye-opening, new episode, find out how human traditions, culture and other factors play a part when humans and lions are forced to live side by side. For a preview of the new episode, click here: Promo

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