Sibling Rivalry on “Duck Dynasty”; Stalking Caribou on “DROPPED”; Hunting Giant Moose on “Hunt Masters” and Good Ol’ Country Friday Nights
Denver, CO -(AmmoLand.com)- Throughout the week of August 22–28, Outdoor Channel offers viewers adrenaline-fueled, stimulating, original outdoor content from clowning around with the Robertsons, a spirited stalk and hunt with the Keefers to following a legendary trail with Nick Hoffman.
Monday evening begins with back-to-back-to-back-to-back episodes of Duck Dynasty. First, the crew becomes preoccupied with experimenting on new duck calls rather than working. Then, Willie pushes the team to meet a tight deadline for a big order. Next, sibling rivalry gets the best of Willie when he skips his child’s career day to play golf with Jase. Lastly, the Robertson boys come up with a wild plan to build a luxurious duck blind in the sky. Later in the evening, DROPPED features the Keefers with lifted spirits as they set out to spot and stalk a herd of caribou.
Thursday evening, Gregg Ritz in Hunt Masters flies deep into the Alaskan bush to chase giant moose in the Brooks Range. On Friday, it’s time to get country! Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors is on the hunt for a deer – muley or whitetail – from the Nebraska Sandhills to central Texas, he’s bound to luck out. Next, Nick’s Wild Ride hunts turkey on his home turf, Kentucky, then explores the legendary “Bourbon Trail” in search of the story and characters behind the legendary liquid. Wrapping up the evening is Friday Night at the Movies airing the 2002 film – Escanaba in da Moonlight – on the eve of hunting season, the macho man in the family must deal with his eldest son's curse of never having bagged his own deer.
Highlights for August 22–28:
- Duck Dynasty (Mondays at 7 p.m. ET)
- DROPPED (Mondays at 9 p.m. ET)
- Hunt Masters (Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. ET)
- Country Friday Nights
About Outdoor Channel:
Outdoor Channel has been taking viewers across America and around the world on unparalleled adventures since 1993. Dedicated to the outdoor lifestyle and conservation, the independent cable network is a division of Outdoor Sportsman Group and provides a complete spectrum of riveting hunting, fishing, shooting and adventure entertainment. Outdoor Channel is the largest outdoor TV footprint in the country and is available in more than 50 countries internationally. Outdoor Channel can be viewed in HD and is accessible by broadband and mobile platforms. For program times and other information, visit www.outdoorchannel.com.