CMT's PROGRAMMING HIGHLIGHTS FOR 10/23-10/29
TRICK MY TRUCK - PREMIERE!
Michael Watkins, from Hayti, Missouri, is a passionate truck driver and loving father coming off the worst year of his life. His young son, Michael Watkins III, nick-named Trey, was tragically killed in a car accident last year. Since then, he’s become much closer with his 12-year-old daughter, Alyssa, and hates leaving her behind when he goes on runs. Michael drives for Trey and has re-named his truck III. He wants the entire truck to be a tribute to his son, but has been too upset to get started. The Chrome Shop Mafia steps in and turns Michael’s truck into a beautiful memorial to his son. With a simple, classic design, the Mafia gives Michael Watkins a truck his son will be proud to drive. Premieres Friday, October 27 at 8:00 p.m., ET/PT
FOXWORTHY’S BIG NIGHT OUT featuring THE WARREN BROTHERS - PREMIERE!
In Jeff Foxworthy’s ninth episode of his CMT sketch comedy series, FOXWORTHY'S BIG NIGHT OUT, Brett and Brad Warren’s manager (Shane Caldwell) brings in “American Idol” runner-up Clay Aiken (Peter Oldring) into the studio for a duet with the brothers, but creative differences seem insurmountable as Aiken tries to go country. The Warren Brothers perform their song, “Where Did I Go Right?". Premieres Friday, October 27 at 8:30 p.m., ET/PT
DALLAS COWBOYS CHEERLEADERS: MAKING THE TEAM - PREMIERE!
In the fifth episode of DALLAS COWBOYS CHEERLEADERS: MAKING THE TEAM, beauty is the name of the game as the training camp candidates get major hair makeovers in preparation for their first solo publicity stills. But not everyone is picture perfect and by the end of the week there will be a heartbreaking elimination. Premieres Friday, October 27 at 9:00 p.m., ET/PT
CROSS COUNTRY: VINCE GILL & ALISON KRAUSS - PREMIERE!
It's the story of country music in the 1990s, told through four groundbreaking live television specials by the artist who cut through stereotypes and barriers and launched country music into the hearts of a national mass audience. This show illustrates Books as the remarkable performer he was and shows clips of his four unprecedented television specials, as well as the dramatic stories that changed the course of a music genre. Premieres Friday, October 27 at 10:00 p.m., ET/PT