Outdoor Channel Weekly Programming Highlights

January 19, 2017

Tractor Racing on “Duck Dynasty”; Vancouver Island Bear Hunt on “Jim Shockey’s Hunting Adventures”; Fending Off Rhino Poachers on “Carter’s W.A.R.”  and The Lincoln County Land War on “Friday Night at the Movies”

DENVER (January 19, 2017) Outdoor Channel viewers have plenty of programming to enjoy and wrap up the first month of the year during the week of January 23–29. The Duckmen participate in a lawn mower race on Duck Dynasty; Jim Shockey auctions off a hunting adventure of a lifetime on Jim Shockey’s Hunting Adventures; Ivan Carter finds a solution to a rhino poaching epidemic on Carter’s W.A.R. and classic western film, Chisum, highlights Friday night.

Outdoor Channel begins the week with four episodes of Duck Dynasty. First, to prepare for her driving test, Sadie receives “Robertson-style” driving lessons from Willie, Jase and Si. Next, it’s all hands on deck for the Duckmen when an old high school nemesis challenges them to an old fashion race at the local lawn mower competition. Then, after Willie’s son, John Luke, leaves the pickup in the driveway with a bone-dry gas tank, Willie and Korie decide that it’s time to get him his own car. Finally, when NASCAR sensation Clint Bowyer pays a visit to the Duck Commander warehouse, Willie and the guys spend the day hanging out with the professional racecar driver.

Friday, on Jim Shockey’s Hunting Adventures, Jim auctions off a Vancouver Island coastal bear hunt, and the funds raised go back into conservation. Part of the deal is that Jim will personally guide the auction winner. Next, on Carter’s W.A.R., Ivan goes on a journey to save his friend’s 19 rhinos from the poaching epidemic sweeping through South Africa. The solution is a logistical nightmare of transporting the entire herd to a secure location 600 miles across the country. Then, classic western film, Chisum, closes out Friday Night at the Movies. Cattle baron, John Chisum, joins forces with “Billy the Kid” and Pat Garrett to fight the Lincoln County Land War.

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