Outdoor Channel Weekly Programming HighlightsAugust 11, 2016
A Treble of Trouble with “Duck Dynasty”; Searching for Cache in “DROPPED” and Keepin’ it Country on Friday Nights
DENVER (August 11, 2016) – Viewers continue to flock to Outdoor Channel on Monday nights. Viewers will revel in a jungle hunt with Jim Shockey, enjoy a triad of Duck tomfoolery and search along with the Keefers for a supply cache during the week of August 15–21.
Monday evening starts out with Jim Shockey’s UNCHARTED bowhunting for giant buffalo in the misty Paraguayan jungles. Then, the evening continues with a triple-decker of Duck Dynasty. First, the brothers hold a race through the woods to prove their wilderness skills – both teams have a rough time finding their way. Next, the guys take action to wipe out an infestation of beavers with Si’s homemade napalm. Lastly, Jase organizes a family trip to Lake D’Arbonne in Louisiana for Willie’s birthday. Later in the evening, DROPPED features the Keefer brothers using all their energy to make their way downstream in search of their next supply cache. The tide turns as they escape the open tundra and into the heart of moose country.
Friday night means country night! First up, Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors travels from orange groves in Florida to the pines of South Carolina to cattle pastures in Tennessee chasing spring longbeards. Then, Nick’s Wild Ride heads to the Abacos Islands in the Bahamas to free dive for lobsters and explore Bahamian food, drink and lifestyle. Closing out the evening is Friday Night at the Movies airing a 1980 film – Tom Horn – who is a renowned former army scout hired by ranchers to hunt down rustlers. Horn finds himself on trial for the murder of a boy when he carries out his job too well.
Highlights for August 15–21:
- Jim Shockey’s UNCHARTED (Mondays at 5:30 p.m. ET)
- Duck Dynasty (Mondays at 7 p.m. ET)
- DROPPED (Mondays at 9:00 p.m. ET)
- Country Friday Nights
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