Ice Road Truckers 9 Seasons 2007

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Season 1
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8. Into the Whiteout TV-14 CC

It's day 37 of the ice road season and there almost 3,000 more loads to go. Drivers are washing out and the road is beaten up. Rick Fitch, has a backlog of critical supplies that need to be delivered and an arctic storm is brewing. Rick organizes a special convoy of five trucks to get the loads out. TJ gets separated from the convoy just as the storm hits the road.

Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
August 5, 2007

Into the Whiteout

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Season 1
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    1. Ready To Roll Take a look at the men who undertake one of the most dangerous jobs on earth--ice road truckers. In the thick of winter truckers in giant eighteen wheelers carry equipment and supplies to miners in the Canadian tundra. In this episode, road construction crews begin the process of creating the most unique passage in the world---a 350-mile highway of ice.

    TV-14 44min June 17, 2007
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    2. Destination: Diamond Mine Jay hauls a 17-ton water tank over 31 inches of ice all the way to the De Beers Diamond mine. The rivalry heats up between Hugh and Rick as they compete for the highest load count. And the season's first spin out on "Charlie's Hill" causes a major traffic jam on the ice. Take a look at the men who undertake one of the most dangerous jobs on earth--ice road truckers.

    TV-14 44min June 24, 2007
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    3. Dash For The Cash An arctic storm forces a road closure. Alex hauls a 44,000 pound diamond ore crusher across 350-miles of ice to the BHP mine. And brutal -40 degree temperatures start to take their toll on the truckers. Take a look at the men who undertake one of the most dangerous jobs on earth--ice road truckers.

    TV-14 44min July 1, 2007
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    4. The Big Chill Take a look at the men who undertake one of the most dangerous jobs on earth--ice road truckers. In the thick of winter truckers in giant eighteen wheelers carry equipment and supplies to miners in the Canadian tundra. Travel over ice and frozen lakes in blizzard conditions with men who are trained in self survival.

    TV-14 44min July 8, 2007
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    5. Midseason Mayhem It's half way through the grueling ice road season. Six hundred truckers have ferried more than 4,000 loads to the northern mines. They still have 6,000 left to go, but everyday roadblocks threaten their progress. Going a few miles over the speed limit is one thing on a regular road, but on ice it's a different story.

    TV-14 45min July 15, 2007
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    6. Driving on Thin Ice Take a look at the men who undertake one of the most dangerous jobs on earth--ice road truckers. In the thick of winter truckers in giant eighteen wheelers carry equipment and supplies to miners in the Canadian tundra. Travel over ice and frozen lakes in blizzard conditions with men who are trained in self survival.

    TV-14 44min July 22, 2007
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    7. The Rookie Challenge It's just over a month into the new ice road season and more than 800 truckers are on the ice, working around the clock. There are still 4,000 loads that need to make it to the mines, but with spring just around the corner, every load could be their last. Alex sets out on a daring new adventure, one that will take him across a brand new, 138-mile, ice road to the Colomac Gold mine.

    TV-14 44min July 29, 2007
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    8. Into the Whiteout It's day 37 of the ice road season and there almost 3,000 more loads to go. Drivers are washing out and the road is beaten up. Rick Fitch, has a backlog of critical supplies that need to be delivered and an arctic storm is brewing. Rick organizes a special convoy of five trucks to get the loads out. TJ gets separated from the convoy just as the storm hits the road.

    TV-14 44min August 5, 2007
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    9. The Big Melt It's day 53 of the ice road season and only the toughest truckers remain on a road that's sent many people packing. Alex is part of a last great push to get some critical loads up the ice before it's too late. In his convoy is the heaviest load ever to cross the ice---a 100-ton electrical unit for the Diavik mine. If this load damages the ice, it could be the last run of the season.

    TV-14 44min August 12, 2007
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    10. The Final Run Spring brings a rush of warm weather and the big melt begins. The road is nearly empty as only the toughest or craziest truckers remain. There's a race to the finish between Alex, Hugh, Jay and T.J. Alex and Hugh are neck and neck fighting for the top load count, but the road is down to its final days and every trip could be their last.

    TV-14 45min August 19, 2007

Product Details

Genres Reality TV, Adventure, Documentary
Supporting actors Alex Debogorski, Rick Yemm, T.J. Tilcox, Drew Sherwood, Darlene Dalgleish, Rick Fitch, Cody Meszaros, Ed Philpott, Danny Reese, Mike Shuman, Thom Beers
Season year 2007
Network A&E Television Networks
Executive Producer Eric Anderson
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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The risks they take!
Menay Wilde
I thought it was very informational as to what its like to operate under those conditions.
Train man
Even though you may not drive on frozen lakes.
Mike

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Cindy Landis on January 26, 2013
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We love Ice road Truckers. the first time I watched it, I was hooked. It is a very exciting show to watch , you get to know the truckers and look forward to seeing them. We now have seasons one through five on DVDS. We keep hoping season six will come out on DVD also so we can have the complete up to date collection.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike on June 7, 2013
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It grabs you if you are interested in trucking. If you are in that line of work, you can relate. Even though you may not drive on frozen lakes. Long haulers deal with icy situations every winter.
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By D. McCormick on May 22, 2014
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Tis serises is great. I just wish they would change the way the two canadians act. They do not relect the real way Canadians are.
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By Quick Lee on September 13, 2013
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Perfect for any trucker or fan of trucking! I wish they had more of what goes on in the shop however. The truck drivers are skilled but the technicians that keep the trucks running under these conditions are unbelievable.
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By Stephen Oakford on August 15, 2013
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I love this show! It takes me to a place and a people that is so far from what I'm acquainted with that I find it hard to believe that there are folks who would undertake such an occupation. I live in a beautiful small town in the Pacific Northwest that gets about three inches of snow every second or third year and this causes most of my friends to stay inside and not venture out in their cars. I got my first driver's license in the late '50's during a snow storm in Colorado so snow driving is no big deal to me. But to drive a big rig that is overloaded over a 30" sheet of ice is just beyond my comprehension.
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By Thomas M. Bell on July 21, 2013
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When the Ice Road Trucker first came out, I missed the 1st 3 seasons, so all the episodes were new to me. I enjoyed watching this series.
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By Wayne I Bateman on June 30, 2013
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After watching an isolated episode of IRT a couple of years ago, I was not all that impressed. Then this past month I watched the entire first 5 seasons and couldn't get enough. Season one introduced us to Hugh, Alex and Rick along with a couple other minor players. Hugh is this hard-driving truck driver who is, in his own mind, a no-nonsense guy. But he really doesn't care how his brashness affects others. Hugh tends to laugh rather brutally at others' misfortunes. Alex is an older, laid-back guy, a man of deep faith in God, who just keeps going no matter what. He takes the good with the bad, all in the same stride. He is definitely a people person, he connects with others, and has a quaint, droll sense of humor that is mostly self-deprecating. I love his laugh. Rick is basically a wuss. He complains about everything. He is hard on his equipment and doesn't realized he brings on most of his problems with his lack of professional driving skills. He is quick to blame everyone else for all of his difficulties.

The show is about how these guys make their living driving across frozen lakes and rivers in northern Canada, taking huge risks to make almost a year's wage in just a couple of months. There is a lot of tense excitement as they face various dangers and difficulties, as well as a spirit of competition to see who can haul the most loads during the season. Awesome scenery of the wilderness and a few encounters with the native wild-life such as moose and caribou only make the show all the more interesting.

I love it!
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