HISTORY Channel October TV Highlights

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This October, follow HISTORY's (StarHub TV Ch 401) biggest tentpole series of 2014 as we continue with 5 photographers competing for the assignment of a lifetime on Photo Face-Off. Stay tuned to the series as the 5 contestants pit against each other in the grand finale in Taiwan, the filming location of Life of Pi. 

Here’s HISTORY channel’s October TV highlights:


SERIES

Mountain Men S3
Premieres 2 October
Thursdays, 9.00pm


This new season of Mountain Men brings even greater challenges for mountain men both old and new and follows them from Appalachia to the Rocky Mountains, to Alaska as they race against winter to gather the food and money needed to make it through the coldest months of the year. Winter's Wrath sees a polar vortex sweep across the nation and plunge America into a brutal early winter, bringing doom to our intrepid men.





The Hunt
Premieres 2 October
Thursdays, 10.00pm

The Hunt is on. It's hunting season on Kodiak Island, Alaska and the prey is the deadliest bear in the world, the Kodiak brown bear, growing up to 12 feet tall and 1800 pounds. This brand new series charts the 6-week bear hunting season and the engaging locals for whom the season is the life-blood of their community.


Photo Face-Off (Key Highlight)
Premieres 7 October
Tuesdays, 9.00pm





Photo Face-Off continues as 5 photographers compete for the assignment of a lifetime - an all expenses paid trip to New York City to photograph some of the world's biggest stars. But getting there will be the biggest challenge the competitors have ever faced. Indonesia sees the hopefuls face ever-harder challenges in the beautiful locations of Bali, Kuta and Negara.


Pawn Stars S13A
Premieres 20 October
Mondays, 10.00pm






The 13th season of one of HISTORY's most popular hit series, Pawn Stars, opens its doors. Extreme Pawn oversees Chum lee check out a one-of-a-kind Ford Model A dubbed the "Hellbilly," complete with flamethrowers and a skull stick shift! While in Rough And Tumble, a piece of flag carried by Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders flies into the shop.


*Photo Credits: History

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