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Rogers Media Television Specialty Rundown Monday, November 15 – Sunday, November 21



Rogers Media Television Specialty Rundown 

Monday, November 15 – Sunday, November 21


The canadian army attempts to take on mantracker (OLN)


 it’s all about learning life lessons on childrens hospital (g4)


happy days comes to shatner’s raw nerve (Bio)


(TorontoNovember 11, 2010) Tune in to OLN, G4 and The Biography Channel for the thrills, laughter and awesome entertainment putting the special in specialties. See below for the rundown of NEW episodes airing this week.


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Mantracker: Monday, November 15 at 6pm ET/PT

The Canadian military takes on Mantracker as reservists Ben and Darrell test their army training against the wilds of Ontario's northern bush. They’re tough enough for the army but find out if they are tough enough for Mantracker.


Ghost Hunters: Monday - Friday November 15 - 19 at 10pm ET/PT

The team has their hands full this week as they explore a hotel with unexplained moving furniture; an abandoned mental hospital with screams and moans filling the hallways; a zoo, reportedly built over a Native American burial ground; and an Inn haunted by a young girl.


Follow OLN on Twitter @OLNCanada.




Childrens Hospital: Wednesday, November 17 at 9pm ET/PT
When an elderly black man (guest star Ernie Hudson, Ghostbusters) and a racist white boy (guest star Mark L. Young,
CSI Crime Scene Investigation) are impaled by the same flagpole, the staff learns a lesson about racial tolerance. In another part of the hospital, Lola learns a different lesson from two Star Trek fans (guest stars Adam Scott, Step Brothers and Clark Duke, Greek). Actor, Jeffrey Ross guest stars as himself.

Delocated: Wednesday, November 17 at 9:15pm ET/PT
"Jon" is overjoyed when he gets his own hidden camera prank show, but his emotions run south when he finds out the show itself is actually an elaborate prank by Mighty Joe Jon. 


Metalocalypse: Friday, November 19 at 9:00 and 9:15pm ET/PT 

Dethklok decides to lift their worldwide ban on Dethklok tribute bands. While exercising their right to approve or disapprove of tribute acts the band discovers that Toki has been posing as Skwisgaar in a tribute band called Thunderhorse. Trying to distance themselves from celebrity status and re-connect with normal people, Dethklok decides to join Thunderhorse.


Follow G4 on Twitter @G4Canada.


The Biography Channel


Celebrity Ghost Stories: Monday, November 15 at 10pm ET/PT
The spirit of a lonely child seeks refuge with Tracey Gold (Growing Pains); a mischievous spirit plays pranks on Alice Cooper; Fred Dryer (Hunter) sees more than the campus while visiting a school with his daughter; and the evil spirit of a camper taunts a teenage Katherine Erbe (Law and Order: Criminal Intent).


Billy the Exterminator: Wednesday, November 17 at 10 & 10:30pm ET /PT

Just when Billy thought he had seen it all, he gets calls from a family reporting a raccoon with his head stuck in a jar; an auditorium with a huge pigeon problem; a duck blind that has been overrun by poisonous water moccasins and a summer camp, threatened by a beaver. It’s all in a days work for Billy and his family.


Shatner’s Raw Nerve: Sunday, November 21 at 9 & 9:30pm ET/PT

It’s a Happy Days special on Shatner’s Raw Nerve. First, in an exclusive interview, host William Shatner has a one-on-one discussion with Henry Winkler (The Fonz). Winkler reflects on his relationships with fellow Happy Days cast members; his wife's cancer; and his lifelong fight with dyslexia. Then, Shatner and Scott Baio (Chachi Arcola) sit down for an emotional interview. Shatner talks to Baio about the death of his father, being single until 45 and the birth of his first child after he and his girlfriend experienced two miscarriages.


Follow Bio on Twitter @bio_canada.


The Biography Channel is a specialty television station in Canada that showcases real people, real drama, 24-hours a day.  Distinct programming blocks (Our Stories, Famous Faces, The A-List and Celebreality) offer 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


G4 (formerly G4TechTV) 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


OLN is a specialty television station in Canada offering viewers a one-stop destination for adrenaline pumping action and adventure entertainment.  From original Canadian hit reality, adventure, and travel series (Mantracker and Survivorman) to hit US acquired programming (Ghost Hunters and MonsterQuest). OLN takes viewers on intense, rugged journeys across Canada and around the world.  OLN is a part of 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


Media contact:

Meghan Hardy, Rogers Media Television, 416.764.3197,     

Veronica Logue, Rogers Media Television, 416.764.3195,


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