This is the WTVQ Quest TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Lexington Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|3:00 PM||Storm Chasers |
Sean gets the shot of a lifetime while Josh, Reed and Tim also fare well.
|4:00 PM||Storm Chasers |
The last chase of the season brings multiple vortices for Tim and Reed, including a monstrous EF3 tornado that grazes Reed's armored vehicle in the third-season finale.
|5:00 PM||Storm Chasers |
A twister in West Texas confronts Sean and his crew, and the roof blows off the new Dominator after Joel and Reed bury the hatchet in the 4th-season premiere.
|6:00 PM||Fish Tank Kings |
An orthodontist wants a unique addition to the aquarium in his waiting room; a large pet-fish supplier in South Florida hires the team to build a tank for underwater gardening.
|7:00 PM||Fish Tank Kings |
A replica of a lake that includes an African sausage tree is the challenge. Elsewhere, a construction project faces setbacks.
|8:00 PM||Fish Tank Kings |
The team redesigns 14 tanks and builds an exhibit at the South Florida Science Museum.
|9:00 PM||Doomsday Preppers |
A prepper looks for love while building a bunker out of a decommissioned missile silo. Elsewhere, a stone-quarry owner creates a haven out of rocks.
|10:00 PM||Doomsday Preppers |
An Alaska man builds a bug-out dome that's only accessible by boat; a new-age spiritual prepper in Hawaii prepares for a destructive tsunami.
|11:00 PM||Doomsday Preppers |
A family who live near a volcano make safety arrangements in case of an eruption; a prepper intends to use his sailboat as a bunker if disaster strikes.
|12:00 AM||Doomsday Preppers |
A couple worry that political tension will result in a war; a man prepares for a terrorist attack; an unconventional Kansas resident eschews modern conveniences.
|1:00 AM||Mega Builders |
|2:00 AM||Mega Builders |
An archaeological find halts a rapid-transit project in Istanbul.
|3:00 AM||Mega Builders |
In a world that's getting warmer every year it's hard to imagine a build more challenging than Sweden's famed Ice Hotel. Yet Ake Larsson and his team have been at it for 20 years and this year they have no intention of stopping.
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