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Ice Road Truckers

For 10 seasons, the drivers have battled it all from ferocious storms to freezing temperatures to bitter rivalries. And of course, they’ve confronted the deadly ice crossings that have tested their ability to survive. But now, as Ice Road Truckers reaches its landmark 10th season, they may have finally met their match as global warming and El Niño are creating a winter like no other before.

Road authorities are warning that expected record warm temperatures will create a worst-case scenario resulting in a winter road season so short that there won’t be enough time to deliver all the supplies to the communities. This has always been the fear and this season it could become the reality.

In Season 11, a sense of urgency descends on the ice road truckers. The roads are opening late and closing early. Every load could be the last one to make it up the trails. At any time, the roads could be shut down and tens of thousands of tons in freight won’t be delivered. It’s a rush from day one and the mission is clear: pedal to the metal and never let up. The communities are counting on them now more than ever.

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What The Ice Road Truckers Cast Is Up To Now

A three-year hiatus that shows no signs of ending has fans aching for updates on their favorites. It’s a good thing life doesn’t stop for these truckers in-between seasons. Each member of the cast has his or her own way of dealing with time away from the spotlight. The results of their coping mechanisms vary. Though not enough time has passed for the latest truckers to meet the same terrible ends of some of their former costars.

Past seasons saw principal cast members vanish without comment. Fans were robbed of all the juicy details about prison sentences and the like. On the bright side, they were saved from learning about the depressing fates of some of the most beloved stars.

Nothing will be spared here, so be prepared.

11 Polar Bear's Life Hasn't Been The Same Since His Accident

Polar Bear claims in his lawsuit it was the reckless driving of an Ice Road Truckers producer that led to his life-changing accident. Since then he’s experienced partial paralysis below the waist. It ended his career in trucking, in television, and has even impacted his marriage.

10 Villain Dave Redmon Has Seen A Redemption Arc

Dave has always blamed his poor portrayal in a predetermined storyline that went ahead without his permission. CDL Life’s reports of his selfless charity in Alabama have us thinking that he’s telling the truth. These days he spends most of his time fixing up cars on his hobby YouTube channel.

9 Darrell Ward Was Involved In A Horrific Plane Crash

Darrel was flying out to film a documentary on plane wreck recovery at the time of the accident, according to Deadline. He was in the pilot seat and nearing the airport when the plane went down. Both he and his copilot passed away as a result of the disaster.

8 His Son Has Plans To Go Into Business

Reno Ward reappeared on the show after his father's passing to take over his route for a special episode. It doesn’t appear that he plans to take on trucking full-time though. His Instagram shows that he’s graduated with a business degree and works at his father’s company.

7 Tim Zickuhr Ended Up In Prison For A Crazy Crime

BuzzFeed News reported that Tim pled guilty to the kidnapping of a woman in addition to other violent charges. The sentence for his crimes ranged from 5 and 15 years. While the fate of the show is undetermined, it’s almost certain that Tim won’t ever return to it.

6 Lisa Kelly Splits Her Time Between Trucking And Ad Campaigns

The majority of the cast doesn’t see huge monetary gain coming in as a result of the show. Lisa is an outlier. She’s worked with several brands since starring in her first season. Delo is an impressive example. Lisa will be just fine with or without the show.

5 Jack Jessee's Wife Is The New Passenger Seat Cameraman

Judy Jessee runs a blog titled “The Jack Jessee Blog” which covers her husband's adventures trucking down the Dalton Highway from the show. They recently went on a road trip vacation which she detailed with words, photos, and videos of their stops. The couple appears to be in complete bliss.

4 Injury Has Caused Rick Yemm An Early Retirement

A post on Rick Yemm’s Twitter revealed that he’d been injured by a loader on the job. Painful damage to his shoulder has taken him out of work of any kind. He should be back to it one day. Updates show him to be doing well in recovery.

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3 Todd Dewey Has Had Huge Success All Over The World

Truck shows have invited Todd to host in Ireland, Scotland and a few other places when he’s not tangled up in production. Posts on his Facebook also reveal that he’s involved with a charity organization called Top Shelf Wheelers. It provides four-wheeler trails for the public.

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2 Maya Sieber Recently Starred In A Music Video

Truck enthusiast and musician Jayne Denham invited Maya and Lisa to star in her music video titled "Black Coffee and White Lines." The two are shown driving their trucks while discussing their passion for the field. This may be the start of a new life in media for Maya.

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1 Alex Debogorski Is An Established Writer

Trucking may be Alex's life but it isn’t his only option. He’s been pushing out books since he became a popular part of Ice Road Truckers. His Facebook also shows that he is still getting interviews with radio stations. Alex has everything going for him at the moment.

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Ice Road Truckers

US-Canadian reality television series

Ice Road Truckers (commercially abbreviated IRT) is an American realitytelevision series that premiered on History Channel, on June 17, 2007. It features the activities of drivers who operate trucks on seasonal routes crossing frozen lakes and rivers, in remote Arctic territories in Canada and Alaska. Seasons three to six also featured Alaska's improved but still remote Dalton Highway, which is mainly snow-covered solid ground. The newest seasons are mainly focused on Manitoba's winter roads. The series' 11th season finished airing on November 9, 2017.


In 2000, History aired a 46-minute episode titled "Ice Road Truckers" as part of the Suicide Missions (later Dangerous Missions) series. Based on Edith Iglauer's book Denison's Ice Road, the episode details the treacherous job of driving trucks over frozen lakes, also known as ice roads, in Canada's Northwest Territories. After 2000, reruns of the documentary were aired as an episode of the series Modern Marvels, instead. Under this banner, the Ice Road Truckers show garnered very good ratings.

In 2006, the History Channel hired Thom Beers, owner of Original Productions and executive producer of Deadliest Catch, to create a series based on the Ice Road book. Shot in high-definition video (although the season ended before History HD was launched in the US), the show "charts two months in the lives of six extraordinary men who haul vital supplies to diamond mines and other remote locations over frozen lakes that double as roads".[1]


Season one of Ice Road Truckers was shown on the British national commercial channel Channel Five in February/March 2008. In Australia, it aired on Austar and Foxtel in early 2008, and from June 18 it also began being shown on Network Ten. In autumn 2008 season one aired on RTL 7 in the Netherlands. In Italy the first season premiered on History Channel on January 7, 2010 as "Gli eroi del ghiaccio" (English: Heroes of the ice).[2]

The second season premiered on June 8, 2008, in the US; October 9, 2008 on History in the UK and in Australia; November 12, 2008, in New Zealand; and January 7, 2009, on Channel 5 in the UK. The first season was not aired in Canada until March 4, 2009, on History Television.

The third season premiered on May 31, 2009, in the US; September 10 in the UK. Channel Five debuted series 3 on January 5, 2010.


The series' premiere was seen by 3.4 million viewers, to become the most-watched original telecast in the History Channel's 12-year history at that time.[3] Among critics, Adam Buckman of the New York Post said, "Everything about 'Ice Road Truckers' is astonishing".[4]Virginia Heffernan of The New York Times said, "Watching these guys ... make their runs, it’s hard not to share in their cold, fatigue and horrible highway hypnosis, that existential recognition behind the wheel late at night that the pull of sleep and the pull of death are one and the same. ... [I]t gets right exactly what Deadliest Catch got right, namely that the leave-nothing-but-your-footprints, green kind of eco-travelers are too mellow and conscientious to be interesting to watch. Instead, the burly, bearded, swearing men (and women) who blow methyl hydrate into their own transmissions and welcome storms as breaks from boredom ... are much better television."[5] During 2007 the series was shown in the United Kingdom, Australia and various countries in Africa.

The show opening features a truck falling through the ice. While real accidents with fatal outcomes might be mentioned, the show has never featured them; the show opening is a miniature model filmed inside a studio. A season-one rumor that the sequence was staged using a real truck and dynamite caused discontent among the drivers.[6]


Main article: List of Ice Road Truckers episodes


IRT: Deadliest Roads[edit]

IRT:Deadliest Roads
  • Hugh Rowland
    (season two)
  • Lisa Kelly
  • Rick Yemm
  • Dave Redmon
  • Augustin Rodriguez
    (Season 2)
  • Tim Zickuhr
    (season two)
  • Alex Debogorski
    (season one)
  • G.W. Boles
    (season two)
Narrated byThom Beers
Tom Cotcher (UK)
Country of originCanada
United States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes23 (list of episodes)
ProducersDavid McKillop
Dolores Gavin
Thom Beers
Philip Segal
Dawn Fitzgerald
Adam Martin
Aron Plucinski
Production locationIndia and South America
Running time45 – 48 minutes
Production companyOriginal Productions
DistributorA&E Networks
Original networkHistory
Original releaseOctober 3, 2010 (2010-10-03) –
December 18, 2011 (2011-12-18)

Season one: Himalayas[edit]

On October 3, 2010, a spinoff series, titled IRT: Deadliest Roads, premiered immediately after the season-four finale. Rick Yemm, Alex Debogorski, and Lisa Kelly traveled to India and put their driving skills to the test on the narrow, treacherous mountain roads that lead from Delhi to Shimla, then up to the Karchan and Kuppa hydroelectric dam construction sites in the Himalayas. Debogorski quit in the first episode due to fear of angry mobs if he were involved in an accident, and was replaced by Alabama trucker Dave Redmon (who has since been featured in season five of Ice Road Truckers). As the season continued, the drivers were dispatched to carry supplies over the stormy Rohtang Pass to the town of Keylong, which had been cut off for months due to the bad weather. The season finale aired on December 5, 2010, with the truckers attempting to deliver loads of jet fuel for helicopter crews who were working to rescue people stranded in the mountains by the storms. Yemm and Redmon turned back, deciding that the conditions were too hazardous for the volatile cargo; the next day, Kelly hauled the entire shipment herself and delivered it to the crews, becoming the only North American trucker to complete the entire season.

The roads were often hacked out of vertical cliffs like a tunnel with one side open to the air, with rock overhangs overhead and drops of several hundred feet below. One part of the road was called "the Freefall Freeway".

  • In episode five: "Crumbling Roads", Kelly and Yemm delivered two images (one each, well-packed with sandbags, sand, and straw) of the goddess Kali (shown as treading on her husband Shiva) along a frightful mountain road hacked out of cliffsides to a temple at a town called Kalpa, Himachal Pradesh.
  • In episode six: "Thin Air", they struggled with a worse road and altitude hypoxia on the Rohtang Pass, and one of them delivered an image of Buddha and some Buddhist scriptures to a Tibetan-type Buddhist monastery in the mountains.

Early promotional spots for the series listed the title as IRT: Himalayas.[citation needed]

Season two: South America[edit]

The second season of IRT: Deadliest Roads premiered on September 25, 2011. Six North American drivers are sent to Bolivia to haul cargo along the Yungas Road, notorious for its extreme hazards. The drivers work in pairs – Hugh Rowland and Rick Yemm, Lisa Kelly and Dave Redmon, and newcomers Timothy R. Zickuhr and Augustin "Tino" Rodriguez. Redmon and Yemm quit in episode two; Rowland continues driving alone, while Texas trucker G.W. Boles arrives to ride with Kelly in episode four. Starting with episode eight, the truckers relocate to Peru and begin transporting loads to sites high in the Andes mountain range.

In episode six, Kelly and Boles transport 32 breeding llamas across the Salar de Uyuni, the world's biggest salt flat, 12,000 ft (3,700 m) above sea level. On the way, their truck's radiator begins to leak; after they mend it, they must empty all their drinking water into the radiator to replace the loss. Abundant lithium deposits cause their magnetic compasses to read incorrectly, and for a time, their global positioning system malfunctions.

In February 2015, Tim Zickuhr pleaded guilty to kidnapping and extortion.[7][8]

Feature film[edit]

In 2008, 20th Century Fox acquired rights from the History Channel to create a scripted, theatrical action film based on the series.[9]

See also[edit]


  1. ^"About the Ice Road Truckers series".
  2. ^"Sat News #114 – Gennaio 2010 – I canali documentaristici e divulgativi Sky". January 14, 2010.
  3. ^"'Ice Road Truckers' debut sets The History Channel ratings records – Reality TV World – News, information, episode summaries, message boards, chat and games for unscripted television programs". Reality TV World. June 20, 2007. Retrieved June 7, 2011.
  4. ^"Slide Show: 'Ice Road Truckers' Take Thrilling Glide". New York Post. June 23, 2007. Archived from the original on June 5, 2009. Retrieved September 30, 2013.
  5. ^Heffernan, Virginia, "Honk? No, Pray if You Hear a Loud Crack", The New York Times, June 22, 2007
  6. ^Kaplan, Don, "BACK ON THE 'ICE ROAD'", New York Post, April 2, 2008
  7. ^"'Ice Road Truckers' star gets prison for kidnapping, threatening prostitute". syracuse. Associated Press. February 26, 2015.
  8. ^"'Ice Road Truckers' Star Tim Zickuhr -- GUILTY of Prostitute Kidnapping". TMZ.
  9. ^Fleming, Michael. "Fox drives 'Truckers' to bigscreen", Variety. February 12, 2008

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Ice Road Truckers Is Ending, Will Not Return For Season 12


Ice Road Truckers


History Channel

11 Seasons

138 Episodes

Heavy loaded 18-wheelers skidding across frozen lakes and a 20-year old unexperienced driver at the wheel – this show is sure to have you on the edge of your seat

Current Show Status

Ice Road Truckers Season 12 — Canceled

Aired Thu 11/9/2017One Last LickSeason 11: Episode 10

Show ended144 episodes total


Season 11Season 10Season 9Season 8Season 7Season 6Season 5Season 4Season 3Season 2Season 1Specials

#NameAir Dates
1The Ice Is Right Aug 24, 2017
2Jackknife Jeopardy Aug 31, 2017
3Helter Melter Sep 7, 2017
4Meltdown Blues Sep 14, 2017
5The Son Rises Oct 5, 2017
6A Bridge Too Far Oct 12, 2017
7Of Ice and Men Oct 19, 2017
8The Big Skid Oct 26, 2017
9Double Trouble Nov 2, 2017
10One Last Lick Nov 9, 2017
#NameAir Dates
1Against All Odds Aug 4, 2016
2Feeling the Heat Aug 11, 2016
3Breakdown Aug 18, 2016
4Trial by Ice Aug 25, 2016
5The Rookie Sep 1, 2016
6Bridge to Nowhere Sep 8, 2016
7Into the Fire Sep 15, 2016
8Hell Nino Sep 22, 2016
9The Convoy Sep 29, 2016
10The Final Ride Oct 6, 2016
#NameAir Dates
1Crossing Enemy Lines Aug 2, 2015
2Icy Grave Aug 9, 2015
3Trail Blazers Aug 16, 2015
4New Cold Blood Aug 23, 2015
5Power Trip Aug 30, 2015
6Break On Through Sep 13, 2015
7The Art Of Survival Sep 20, 2015
8Mother Nature Scorned Oct 4, 2015
9Hell Freezes Over Oct 11, 2015
10Icy Alliance Oct 18, 2015
#NameAir Dates
1The Gathering Storm Jul 7, 2014
2Rushin' Roulette Jul 14, 2014
3Into the Vortex Jul 21, 2014
4Snow Bound Jul 28, 2014
5The Storm Troopers Aug 3, 2014
6The Lone Wolf Aug 10, 2014
7Blazing the Trail Aug 17, 2014
8Highway to Hell Aug 24, 2014
9Flirtin' with Disaster Sep 7, 2014
10Icing on the Lake Sep 14, 2014
11Journey to the End of the Earth Sep 21, 2014
12World's End Sep 28, 2014
#NameAir Dates
1Collision Course Jun 9, 2013
2Art Attack Jun 16, 2013
3Fear the Crack Jun 23, 2013
4Ice Rodeo Jun 30, 2013
5World War Hugh Jul 7, 2013
6Hail to the King Jul 14, 2013
7Load Rules Jul 21, 2013
8Art of War Jul 28, 2013
9Haul of the Wild Aug 4, 2013
10Jagged Little Hill Aug 11, 2013
11The Wrecking Crew Aug 18, 2013
12Winter Takes All Aug 25, 2013
#NameAir Dates
1Aces and Jokers Jun 3, 2012
2Sink or Swim Jun 10, 2012
3Hammer Down Jun 17, 2012
4No Way Out Jun 24, 2012
5Desperate Measures Jul 1, 2012
6Blood, Sweat, and Gears Jul 8, 2012
7Hard Road Ahead Jul 15, 2012
8Proving Ground Jul 22, 2012
9Braking Bad Jul 29, 2012
10Stacking the Deck Aug 5, 2012
11Hurricane Alley Aug 12, 2012
12Battle Lines Aug 19, 2012
13Cold-Blooded Aug 26, 2012
14Chopping Block Sep 9, 2012
15Race the Melt Sep 16, 2012
16The Final Showdown Sep 23, 2012
#NameAir Dates
1Pushing the Edge Jun 5, 2011
2Ice Road Rage Jun 5, 2011
3Wrong Turn & Burned Jun 12, 2011
4Fire on Ice Jun 19, 2011
5Under the Hammer Jun 26, 2011
6The Braking Point Jul 10, 2011
7A Banged-Up Job Jul 17, 2011
8Meltdown! Jul 24, 2011
9Road to Nowhere Jul 31, 2011
10Rookie Rebellion Aug 7, 2011
11Hittin' the Skids Aug 14, 2011
12No More Mr. Nice Guide Aug 21, 2011
13Ice Rogue Truckers Aug 28, 2011
14The Heat Is On Sep 4, 2011
15Judgement Day Sep 18, 2011
16The Last Dash Sep 25, 2011
#NameAir Dates
1Breaking Through Jun 6, 2010
2The Polar Bear Returns Jun 13, 2010
3Facing Down the Blow Jun 20, 2010
4Monster Storm Over Atigun Jun 27, 2010
5Trapped on Thin Ice Jul 11, 2010
6Danger at 55 Below Jul 18, 2010
7Avalanche! Jul 25, 2010
8Lisa's Monster Megahaul Aug 1, 2010
9Blood on the Dalton Aug 8, 2010
10The Ace vs. The Ice Aug 15, 2010
11A Rookie's Nightmare Aug 22, 2010
12The Dalton Strikes Back Aug 29, 2010
13Convoy to Hell Sep 12, 2010
14A Legend Meets His End Sep 19, 2010
15Deadly Melt Sep 26, 2010
16New King of the Dalton Oct 3, 2010
#NameAir Dates
1Deadliest Ice Road May 31, 2009
2Rookie Run Jun 7, 2009
3Canadian Invasion Jun 14, 2009
4Blinding Whiteout Jun 21, 2009
5Accident Alley Jun 28, 2009
6Arctic Ice Jul 5, 2009
7Wicked Weather Jul 12, 2009
8Killer Pass Jul 19, 2009
9Turn and Burn Jul 26, 2009
10Ocean Run Aug 2, 2009
11Busted Parts & Breakdowns Aug 9, 2009
12Race for the Finish Aug 16, 2009
13Arctic Thaw Aug 23, 2009
#NameAir Dates
1Edge of the Earth Jun 8, 2008
2Mechanical Mayhem Jun 15, 2008
3The Big Blizzard Jun 22, 2008
4Arctic Whiteout Jun 29, 2008
5Lost on the Ice Jul 6, 2008
6Hundred Ton Haul Jul 13, 2008
7Man Down Jul 20, 2008
8A Trucker's Farewell Jul 27, 2008
9A Rookie Fumbles Aug 3, 2008
10Highway Maggots Aug 10, 2008
11Man vs. Ice Aug 17, 2008
12The Big Thaw Aug 24, 2008
13The World Crumbles Sep 7, 2008
#NameAir Dates
1Ready to Roll Jun 17, 2007
2Destination: Diamond Mine Jun 24, 2007
3Dash for the Cash Jul 1, 2007
4The Big Chill Jul 8, 2007
5Midseason Mayhem Jul 15, 2007
6Driving on Thin Ice Jul 22, 2007
7The Rookie Challenge Jul 29, 2007
8Into the Whiteout Aug 5, 2007
9The Big Melt Aug 12, 2007
10The Final Run Aug 19, 2007
#NameAir Dates
1Then and Now Aug 26, 2007
2Off the Ice Sep 2, 2007
3On the Edge Sep 9, 2007
4Road to Season 2 Jun 1, 2008
5Road to the Finale Aug 31, 2008
6Off the Ice: Season 2 Sep 20, 2008
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Why was Ice Road Truckers cancelled? How to watch Series 11!

Ice Road Truckers is an American reality television show which details the lives of drivers who operate trucks on seasonal routes crossing frozen lakes and rivers.

The show is set in remote Arctic territories in Canada and Alaska and it premiered back in 2007 on the History Channel.

UK fans of the show have been catching Ice Road Truckers on Channel 5, but it appears that the latest season has stopped airing. Read on to find out why, and where you can watch it.

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Why was Ice Road Truckers cancelled?

Season eleven episode one of Ice Road Truckers aired on Channel 5 on Wednesday 17th February 2021 at 19:00.

Fans have been wondering when the rest of the season will be available to watch, but today Channel 5 announced that the show is “unplaced” on TV. They said:

“The rest of this series is currently unplaced on liner TV, however, all episodes  of Series 11 will be available to watch on My5 from Saturday 13th March 2021.”

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Where to watch Ice Road Truckers 2021

For fans of the show, never fear, you can watch Ice Road Truckers on My5 from Saturday 13th March 2021.

You can also catch Ice Road Truckers on YouTube, Amazon Prime and Google Play. A season of the show will cost you £11.99 on Amazon Prime.

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