Outdoor Channel Weekly Programming Highlights

July 13, 2016

Yankin’ Your Chain in “Duck Dynasty”; Dirt Road Duels in “All Access Outdoors” and a Dynamite Movie that Will Blow Your Mind

DENVER (July 13, 2016) – This week on Outdoor ChannelJuly 18–24 – promises duck hijinks, a winter voyage in the middle of summer, the hunt of a lifetime and more.

Duck Dynasty continues to quack-up Monday nights with back-to-back-to-back-to-back episodes. First, Si purchases a pair of wearable cameras to record every moment of his daily life but he drives the guys crazy with his nonstop commentary during a deer hunt. Next, while helping Jase track down faulty smoke detectors, Willie falls victim to a prank. Then, Jase challenges Willie to a hamburger cook-off but their strategies lead to inedible results. Lastly, Willie and Jase find themselves in a paintball war over a collectible G.I. Joe action figure. Later in the evening, DROPPED airs back-to-back episodes of the Keefer brothers as they journey through Alaska searching for their first supply-yielding cache. In the next episode, the Keefers awaken to a frozen tundra and have to trudge their way through shallow water and barren earth to find their second cache. Thursday evening, Gregg in Hunt Masters sets his sights on the mule deer of a lifetime.

Country Friday Nights has created its own stomping grounds with two country shows and a western every Friday evening. First up, Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors hits the dirt track with the band for some racing in-between concerts. Then, Nick’s Wild Ride heads to South Dakota, known for its pheasants, to explore opening weekend where Nick joins a few hunts with people he just met, in places few get to go. Wrapping up the evening is Friday Night at the Movies airing a 1972 film – Duck, You Sucker (aka, A Fistful of Dynamite) – during the Mexican Revolution, Juan, the leader of a bandit family, meets an I.R.A. explosives expert, John Mallory, who is on the run from the British.

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