Hi everyone! October is upon us, so its time for another New To View segment on OKJ Discoveries!
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101 Fast Foods That Changed The World
Premieres on: 6 October 2013 (Sunday), 8:00pm (SIN/HK)
Description: 101 Fast Foods That Changed The World is a fast food odyssey that charts how these quick eats have helped shaped the modern world. From the time of the caveman to today’s spaceman we all like our food to go, and now pocket-sized portables like protein bars enable us to push our bodies to the limit, no matter the conditions.
Counting Cars (Season 2)
Premieres on: 7 October 2013 (Monday), 9:00pm (SIN/HK)
Description: Danny “The Count” Koker – the Las Vegas legend who acquires, restores and customizes classic cars and motorcycles – is back in a new series of Counting Cars. Danny and his team walk, talk and breathe American muscle cars and motorcycles, from vintage Thunderbirds and classic Corvettes to souped-up Harleys.
Pawn Stars (Season 10)
Premieres on: 7 October 2013 (Monday), 10:00pm (SIN/HK)
Description: HISTORY’s hit series, Pawn Stars brings viewers inside the doors of a family-run pawnshop in Las Vegas. This family lives and breathes the pawning business, using their sharp-eyed skills to carefully assess the value of items their often eccentric and colorful customers bring in, objects ranging from the obscure to the truly historic
All You Can Eat (Season 1)
Premieres on: 9 October 2013 (Wednesday), 9:30pm (SIN/HK)
Description: All You Can Eat is a new food series, best described as a mash-up of Modern Marvels, Food Tech, Good Eats and Man vs. Food. Hosted by a charismatic, competitive eater, every episode will start with everyday foods like Eggs, Burgers or Bacon and the host will reveal the surprising history, technology and process behind every plate.
South of The Ocean
Premieres on: 20 October 2013 (Sunday), 8:00pm (SIN/HK)
Description: For a millennia, the Chinese have come to Southeast Asia as explorers, travellers, traders and refugees. South of the Ocean traces their migration history to Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines.
The Making Of The Lion
Premieres on: 27 October 2013 (Sunday), 11:00pm (SIN/HK)
Description: In The Making Of The Lion, Singha beer, viewers will travel behind the scenes into Singha’s brewery where the processes that are involved in producing Thailand’s golden beer beverage will be revealed.