Swamp People History Channel
August 23, 2010 by Post Team
Swamp People History Channel, Colin Ferguson (“Eureka”) stars in the sequel to 2010 Shocker “Lake Placid 3″ (9 pm, Saturday, SyFy). SyFy We know that the network is much more elegant than the old network of science fiction because now even his shockers Saturday night seem cheap and tacky and promote cross SyFy shows.
Ferguson is a forester who moves with her family to a water body misnamed, notorious for its fatal crocodile attacks. Locals say the lake everyone who has been free of reptiles angry for some time. But nobody told the warden’s son, who discovers a few baby crocodiles and start feeding them aside.
- Segment tonight’s “garbage magnates” (8 pm, Saturday, National Geographic) follows the intrepid employees TerraCycle, recyclers and innovative new product designers fashion items out of the stuff we throw away the rest of us. Challenge tonight is to make a line of products for pet food bags discarded by dogs.
- The new series “The people of the swamp” (10 pm, Sunday, History) looks at the unique culture of Louisiana Cajun and customs of a remote village that dates back hundreds of years. The descendants of French-speaking refugees forced to leave Canada in the 18th century, the Cajuns are tough survivors as cooking, music and lifestyle has roots that date back to the early days of the United States. “People” starts with a look at an annual ritual, the alligator-hunting season 30 days, which has been an essential part of Cajun history as anyone, can remember.
- How do you describe “offshored” (10 pm, Sunday, Cartoon Network)? Like every offering Adult Swim, whether live action or animated, “offshored” seems to have been shot in the budget of around 89 cents. Its plot involves a kind clueless fool named Jon, who was transported in the system of witness protection after testifying against The Mirminskys, a Russian mob family in Brooklyn.
Jon then access your family are in a shot reality “show Real World” style in a sweet loft in New York. The absurdity is compounded only by its consent for your family always appears with ski masks and have their voices disguised. It complements his cunning with an endless parade of wigs and facial hair, often worn on their ski masks.
Although hard to beat for sheer stupidity, “offshored” offers a clever parody of the genre of reality to make the network and personal part of his absurd story. Among the TV producers simplistic and superficial stereotypes of explosive violent criminal and excess upper-witted and Jon, you never really know who is in charge of “offshoring” And with a show of this fun, really does not matter.
- The documentary “Michael Jackson: Not for Sale” (8 pm, Sunday, Ovation) recalls a proposed public auction of the singer’s collection of art, artifacts and personal effects at a time when Jackson is facing bankruptcy. “Sale”, details the problems that led to this auction proposal and the reasons for the fire sale was called off.
- “All you need is Klaus” (8 pm, Sunday, Smithsonian Channel) profiles Voormann Klaus, musician, artist and designer whose friendship with the Beatles extends all the way back to their scandalous days in Hamburg, Germany. Voormann would create the “Revolver” jackets and play in many of the solo albums by the Beatles. Interviews and appearances include Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Dr. John, Van Dyke Parks, Randy Newman, Carly Simon, Joe Walsh and Twiggy.
- For those who care, “keeping up with the Kardashians” (10 pm, Sunday, E! TV-14) begins a new season, followed by “The Spin Crowd” (10:30 pm), a celebration of Hollywood publicists , people who just allow some people are concerned about the Kardashians in the first place.
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