This is the KSPX Defy TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the San Fran/Sacramento Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|1:00 PM||Forged in Fire |
The smiths combine rusty chain mail and quality steel to make Knights Templar Crusader daggers in round one. Only two smiths survive elimination and travel to their home forges on a five-day quest to recreate a Knights Templar Crusader sword.
|2:00 PM||Forged in Fire |
Competitors exhaust their strength to produce weapons fit to withstand anything while facing numerous obstacles in their path. The two remaining smiths travel home in their final challenge for the coveted title.
|3:00 PM||Forged in Fire |
Five novice smiths have to earn their way into the competition, as one smith will be sent home before the first forge is ever lit.
|4:00 PM||Forged in Fire |
The bladesmiths harvest steel from farming tools, then must use forges to make their signature blades with a hidden lanyard hole. Ultimately, only two smiths return to their home forges to recreate a decorated and deadly Schiavona sword.
|5:00 PM||Forged in Fire |
A 50-caliber flintlock pistol is the next challenge for the smiths, but despite giving it their best shot, it's a struggle turning a gun into a blade, and after two rounds two smiths are sent barreling towards elimination.
|6:00 PM||Forged in Fire |
Edged-weapon mastery is put to the test right away as four bladesmiths must forge a functional friction folder. Ultimately, only two smiths push through to the final round where they must recreate a Japanese trident called the Jumonji Yari.
|7:00 PM||Forged in Fire |
Parts from a salvaged cannon are used to make blades and two smiths re-create the North African Kabyle flyssa.
|8:00 PM||Forged in Fire |
The heat is doubled as four master smiths compete alongside their apprentices to forge a trench knife. Each team must work together, tagging in and out every half hour, with only one smith allowed to touch the knife at a time.
|9:00 PM||Forged in Fire |
A chain and a sprocket are used by four smiths to forge their signature blades, but only two will secure a spot in the final round, where they have five days to forge the iconic karabela saber.
|10:00 PM||Forged in Fire |
Four bladesmiths must combine two or more steels to forge a Damascus European dagger. In the final round, they have five days to forge a Zande spear.
|11:00 PM||Forged in Fire |
Four bladesmiths are tasked with making blades using only harvested steel and coal forges in a rock quarry. Only two smiths advance to the final round, and they must recreate a historic Spanish Navaja.
|12:00 AM||Criss Angel: Mindfreak |
Criss uses mind-reading techniques on celebrity guests, including Ice Cube, Mark McGrath, Vince Neil and Robin Leach; and uses hypnosis to make a crowd of people drop to the ground.
|12:30 AM||Criss Angel: Mindfreak |
Criss performs the metamorphosis illusion hidden by a wall of fire, and later receives the Magician of the Year Award from the Academy of Magical Arts.
|1:00 AM||Criss Angel: Mindfreak |
A Long Island homecoming has Criss visiting familiar places to try illusions on local residents, including high-school teachers and students.
|1:30 AM||Criss Angel: Mindfreak |
Criss exposes tricks used to scam people. Included: pickpockets; psychic surgery; casino schemes; and card cons.
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