Rogers Media Television Specialty Rundown Monday, January 31 - Sunday, February 6
Rogers Media Television Specialty Rundown
Monday, January 31 – Sunday, February 6
THIS WEEK ON MAD: THE FILM GENRES OF FANTASY AND SUPERNATURAL ARE ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK (G4)
HOARDERS PREMIERES THIS WEEK AND EXAMINES 10 UNIMAGINABLE CASES (BIO)
(Toronto – January 27, 2011) Tune in to G4 and The Biography Channel for the thrills, laughter and dramatic reality putting the special in specialties. See below for the rundown of NEW episodes airing this week.
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MAD: Wednesday, February 2 at 9 & 9:15pm ET/PT
The superhero and the supernatural are mocked on MAD, when Iron Man and Ben 10 are spoofed. Then, the focus of humility turns to family sitcom Zeke and Luther and the fantasy film, Clash of the Titans.
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The Biography Channel
Hoarders: Monday, January 31 to Friday, February 4 at 10pm ET/PT
This week, families are destroyed over their loved ones obsession with hoarding; a marriage is at risk when a husband’s hoarding problem causes injury to his wife; threatened with eviction from her home, a woman must overcome her fear of parting with items; a husband and wife fear that they will lose their children over their disease; and a mothers hoarding gets passed onto her son.
Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal: Saturday, February 5 at 11pm ET/PT
In the most frightening Psychic Kids to date, Alexa, 14, and her family recently abandoned their Florida home because they believe a negative and dangerous paranormal presence resides there. Alexa, who is visited by spirits regularly, is terrified of the house and refuses to return alone. Chip and Lisa introduce Alexa to Hailey, a 12 year-old from Texas who is equally frightened by the spirit of a man she sees on a regular basis, along with a "cursed" mirror she bought at a flea market. In order to confront their fear of the unknown, the girls visit Alexa's house.
Billy the Exterminator: Saturday, February 5 at 9 & 9:30pm ET /PT
Billy and his brother Ricky are called to remove an alligator stuck inside a metal hunting trench called a duck blind. Not only is the blind filled with murky water, crawfish and giant roaches, but as Billy prepares to grab the gator, a pair of venomous snakes catch him by surprise. It's a series of close calls and hidden hazards as Billy and Ricky wrestle with deadly reptiles in close quarters. Then, Billy comes face to face with a pack of hungry wolves, when a mischievous marauder is caught stealing their food. Later, Billy finds something much nastier than a rat in some traps that he's set on a farm with a vermin problem.
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G4 is a digital television station in Canada that connects young adults to the latest in entertainment, gaming, pop culture and technology. It's the ultimate destination for animated and live action comedy series as well as access to behind-the-scenes previews and reviews of leading edge events and trends. Owned by Rogers Broadcasting Limited, a division of Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX: RCI and NYSE: RCI) which is a diversified Canadian communications and media company, G4 is available by subscription on digital cable and satellite. For more information about G4 visit www.G4TV.ca.
The Biography Channel is a specialty television station in Canada that showcases real people, real drama, 24-hours a day. Offering an entertaining mix of biographies, reality series, documentaries and films; giving viewers behind-the-scenes and up close and personal access to today’s hottest celebrities, movers and shakers and pop culture icons. Available to digital cable and satellite customers, The Biography Channel in Canada is owned by Rogers Broadcasting Limited, a division of Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX: RCI and NYSE: RCI) which is a diversified Canadian communications and media company. For more information visit www.thebiographychannel.ca.
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