Outdoor Channel Weekly Programming Highlights

February 16, 2017

Fishing on a Haunted Plantation on “Commander Life”;  Training Drills and Competitions on “Duck Dynasty”; Tracking Down Criminals on  “Wardens presented by Streamlight”; Rescuing Baby Chimpanzees on “Carter’s W.A.R.”  and A Civil War Adventure on “Friday Night at the Movies”

 DENVER (February 16, 2017) Outdoor Channel viewers have plenty of programming to enjoy during the week of February 20–26 as the Fin Commander crew spends the day at a haunted plantation on Commander Life; Willie has several adventures in store for the Duckmen of Duck Dynasty; the Montana Wardens spend a week hunting down criminals on Wardens presented by Streamlight; Ivan Carter rescues baby chimpanzees being held captive in Kinshasa on Carter’s W.A.R. and The Horse Soldiers, a Civil War western starring John Wayne, closes out Friday Night at the Movies.

Starting off the week on Outdoor Channel is a new season of Commander Life. In this episode, the Fin Commander crew journeys down to Venice, Louisiana to chase big bull redfish at a haunted plantation. Next up are four episodes of Duck Dynasty. First, Willie’s old friend, now a fire chief, offers to let the brothers undergo some training drills, which turn out to be far more physically-demanding than any of them expected. Secondly, Willie sponsors a contest for Mountain Man’s radio show in which the last person with his hands on a wood chipper wins it. Then, after attending a local radio show as a guest, Willie sees an opportunity to host a show of his own. Finally, not satisfied with Willie’s offer of soft-serve ice cream as an incentive, Jase buys an amphibious ATV and offers the use of it to motivate the guys and speed up production. Finally, on

Monday night, Montana Wardens spend a week tracking the killer of two out of season deer, and with the help of anonymous tips, the Wardens are hot on a trail filled with many twists and turns on
Wardens presented by Streamlight.

Friday night, on Carter’s W.A.R., Ivan Carter is investigating the illegal trade of bush meat in Kinshasa when he stumbles upon three captive baby chimpanzees being sold on the black market. A dramatic rescue is planned that delivers the chimps safely to a place dedicated to providing a better future for all primates in Africa. Then, on Friday Night at the MoviesThe Horse Soldiers – the story of a Union Calvary outfit sent behind confederate lines to destroy a rail line supply center, closes out the week.

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