Catch Mountain Men racing against time for winter survival on History TV

This October, tune into the History Channel (Starhub Channel 401) for a thrilling series about Mountain Men fighting against time – to stock up supplies and survive a winter that is more brutal than ever.

If you are more into extreme reality TV, you can also catch Photo Face Off, the photography reality show that tests the contestants to the extreme – right here on the History Channel, too.

Here are some of the highlights available on the History Channel this October.

Mountain Men S3

Premieres 2 October
Thursdays, 9.00pm
Mountain Men S3 (Image Credit: HISTORY)

Mountain Men S3 (Image Credit: HISTORY)

Catch the brand new third season of Mountain Men. Follow mountain men from Appalachia to the Rocky Mountains to Alaska as they race against winter to gather enough food and money to make it through the harshest months of the year. This year in particular, a polar vortex will sweep across the nation and plunge America into a brutal early winter – potentially bringing doom to the mountain men.

The Hunt

Premieres 2 October
Thursdays, 10.00pm 

In this brand new series, follow the six-week hunting season for the Kodiak brown bear, the deadliest bear in the world – and how the locals manage to hunt such a fearsome creature that grows up to 12 feet tall and weighs 1,800 pounds.

Photo Face-Off

Premieres 7 October
Tuesdays, 9.00pm 
Photo Face-Off. (Image Credit: HISTORY).

Photo Face-Off. (Image Credit: HISTORY).

In Photo Face Off, five amateur photographers test themselves to the limit and find out how far they are willing to go in the name of photography.

The prize at stake is an all expenses paid trip to New York City and a chance to photograph some of the world’s biggest stars.

Pawn Stars S13A

Premieres 20 October
Mondays, 10.00pm
Pawn Stars S13A (Image Credit: HISTORY)

Pawn Stars S13A (Image Credit: HISTORY)

Pawn Stars, History’s most popular hit series, begins its 13th season. 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.

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