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All-chicken roasting TV set for Canada

Feb. 24, 2011 at 12:19 PM   |   Comments

TORONTO, Feb. 24 (UPI) -- Some Canadian cable subscribers will soon be able to watch a restaurant chain's chickens spinning and roasting on rotisseries 24 hours a day.

The Swiss Chalet chain, which specializes in roasted chicken and ribs, announced on Facebook, in conjunction with Rogers Cable, viewers will be able to watch chickens roasting around the clock on Channel 208 beginning Monday.

The accompanying video rates the preview as "R" for rotisserie and "requires the ability to resist temptation."

The chain has recently been airing TV ads in which a middle-aged manager questions why a young employee is taking videos of the rotating chickens.

The all-chicken roasting channel is scheduled to run for 13 weeks, the company said.

The cable giant Rogers already has three specialty channels that feature non-stop sunsets, a fire in a fireplace and a fish-filled aquarium.

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