Outdoor Channel Weekly Programming Highlights

April 6, 2017

Chasing Pets and Paintball Wars on “Duck Dynasty”; Recreating The Good, The Bad and The Ugly on “Hollywood Weapons”; Rescuing Baby Rhinos on “Carter’s W.A.R.” and North to Alaska on “Friday Night at the Movies”

DENVER (April 6, 2017) – During the week of April 10–16, Outdoor Channel viewers will experience adventure, thrills and laughter as the Duckmen on Duck Dynasty chase new office pets; The hosts of Hollywood Weapons test the reality of scenes from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly; Ivan Carter cares for rescued baby rhinos on Carter’s W.A.R. and the classic western film, North to Alaska, closes out the week.

Duck Dynasty kicks off the week with four episodes starting with the new office pet lizard escaping and all efforts focusing on catching the wily reptile. Then, an argument over a treasured G.I. Joe action figure collectible leads to a paintball war between Willie and Jase. Next, the guys find a way to get around the firewall Willie installed to stop them from goofing off on the Internet at work. Finally, taking a hint from Jep, Si outfits himself with a pair of wearable cameras so he can record every moment of his daily life. Week Two of Hollywood Weapons follows with back-to-back episodes. In this classic western, Clint Eastwood, aka “Blondie,” saves Eli Wallach from the hangman’s noose three separate times by shooting and severing the rope that he hangs from, as scenes from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly are recreated. Then, host Terry Schappert puts several weapons to the test in an underwater experiment from a scene from Criminal Minds.

Friday night on Carter’s W.A.R., while visiting a secret orphanage that cares for rescued baby rhinos, Ivan discovers the blood, sweat, and tears that go into saving this endangered species as he embarks on an adventure to save the next newly orphaned rhino. Friday Night at the Movies ends the week with the classic 1960 western comedy, North to Alaska starring John Wayne and Stewart Granger.

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