Outdoor Channel Weekly Programming Highlights

September 15, 2016

Reminiscing on “Uncharted”; Feeling the Heat with “Duck Dynasty”; Alaskan Extraction in “DROPPED” and Boot Kickin’ Country Friday Nights

DENVER (September 15, 2016) – As the third quarter comes to a close, viewers of Outdoor Channel during the week of September 19–25, will recollect the good times with Jim Shockey, quack up with the Robertsons, try to escape the arctic with the Keefers and kick the dust up with two country-themed shows and a movie.

Monday evening begins with Jim Shockey’s UNCHARTED featuring the best and worst moments from Season 3. Next, keep on “quacking” with four episodes of Duck Dynasty. First, a disgruntled Uncle Si quits his job at the Duck Commander. Then, Willie installs a surveillance system in the warehouse after Jase breaks into his office for supplies. Next, as luck would have it, when a heatwave rolls into West Monroe, Louisiana, the A/C unit in the Duck Commander warehouse simultaneously breaks down – turning the assembly room into a sweltering sweatshop. Lastly, when the guys uncover an old table while cleaning out the warehouse, the day turns into a ping-pong tournament. Later, the Keefer brothers – in DROPPED – fight their way down-stream through freezing water and strong headwinds in hope of reaching their extraction site before the arctic storm rolls in.

Country Friday Nights start out with Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors procuring a full velvet Kentucky buck. Afterward, Craig works the rust off his golf swing as he helps raise money for his local charity. Next, Nick’s Wild Ride learns southern tradition while in Land Between the Lakes, Tennessee by hunting raccoons with hounds in the backwoods and learning to make moonshine. Closing out the evening is Friday Night at the Movies airing the 2000 film – All the Pretty Horses – where two Texas cowboys head to Mexico in search of work but soon find themselves in trouble with the law after one of them falls in love with a wealthy rancher’s daughter.

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