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Your select viewing guide for Tuesday, July 3
FOOD Chuck’s Day Off Food Network, 7 p.m. ET, 4 p.m. PT Not your average TV chef, Chuck Hughes was formerly a rebellious rocker type on a fast-track career in the advertising field when he fell in love with the culinary arts. His next move was opening the popular Garde Manger restaurant in Old Montreal, which is the setting of this popular program, now in its fourth season. Chuck’s rock-’n’-roll attitude still comes out in most episodes of the series, in which he spends his day off making meals for family and friends. In tonight’s episode, he pays tribute to his restaurant regulars with a sumptuous repast that includes chorizo and lemon couscous and grilled fillet of grouper with roasted cipolini.
HISTORY Michael Wood’s Story of England PBS, 8 p.m. ET/PT The history of England has been documented in countless TV documentaries and specials over the years, but historian Michael Wood is taking the more focused perspective. First broadcast on the BBC, this four-part series concentrates exclusively on the village of Kibworth, Leicestershire, which has a rich history dating back 2000 years. Two chapters air tonight. In the first, Wood employs archeologists and DNA specialists to uncover the trace elements of Kibworth’s very foundations, including a Roman villa and evidence of life after the Norman Conquest. The second show tracks the story of Kibworth through the 1300s when the small village, along with all of Europe, was subjected to war, famine and the cataclysmic pandemic known as the “Black Death,” and still survived.
REALITY Get Stuffed OLN, 9 p.m. ET/PT This new series follows four darn fool kids taking part in extreme competitions all over North America. Among other festivals, the reckless quartet – Erin, Josh, Kalyn and “Six-Pack” (not his real name) – sign up for the Georgia Redneck Games (the dumpster-diving event is a highlight) and the Festival du Cochon in Sainte-Perpétue, Que., famous for its annual human-versus-pig mud-wrestling competition.The series kicks off on a high note tonight with Kalyn and Erin dropping into Chandler, Ariz., to take part in the town’s famed Ostrich Races. Everything’s hunky-dory until they realize their feathered steeds can reach speeds of up to 70 kilometres an hour – and do not like passengers.
REALITY Haunted Highway Space, 10 p.m. ET; 7 p.m. PT Formerly known as Paranormal Highway, this Syfy reality series is sure to appeal to fans of shows like Ghost Hunters and Most Haunted. The format follows two teams – Jack Osbourne and Dana Workman, and Jael de Pardo and Devin Marble – as they conduct their own investigations into reports of paranormal activity in remote U.S. locations . In tonight’s series opener, Jack and Dana roll into Bear Lake, Utah, to investigate sightings of a slithery reptilian creature known to locals as the Bear Lake Beast. Meanwhile, in rural Minnesota, Jael and Devin look into reports of an aggressive humanoid creature called the Hairyman, which is reportedly attacking small animals and house pets after dark. The latter team seem genuinely spooked when they find evidence of the beast at its last-known location (and it’s not a footprint). Great dumb summer fun.
MOVIE Killing Zelda Sparks Bravo!, 9 p.m. ET; 7 p.m. PT Contrary to popular belief, Vincent Kartheiser’s career did not begin with playing the unctuous Pete Campbell on Mad Men. The elfin actor is the main attraction in this 2007 indie Canadian film in the role of Craig, a thirtysomething slacker who shares a troubling secret with his old friend Terry, played by Geoffrey Arend. Several years post-high school, Craig is a directionless slacker while Terry holds down a dead-end job. Both men are knocked out of their complacency by the unexpected return of their mean-spirited ex-classmate Zelda (Sarah Carter), but their plan to publicly humiliate the former high-school hottie goes horribly wrong.