Have you heard any news about the upcoming 5th season of Highway Thru Hell? Just sit back and relax, cause the new series is going to be totally awesome! Discovery Channel has already confirmed the release date of the first episode of the show. Scroll down to find it out.
HTH is an adventure TV series. Created in Canada and broadcast on Discovery Channel, the show immediately became a real hit. It revolves around a recovery crew that does its best to save victims of the worst weather conditions on the road. They usually work during most harsh winters to keep the traffic moving on the highway through hell.
The show appeared on the 4th of September, 2012. Beautiful locations, killer rockslides, and the worst weather possible captivated the viewers. The cast of the show had to face serious troubles and complications. HTH was getting more and more intense with every new episode. The 5th season is now being filmed in British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
The show became so popular since most of the viewers consider it more realistic than most of the shows broadcast on Discovery Channel. That’s a very “masculine” project with heavy trucks and sturdy transports combined with well-organized actions of people solving unpredictable problems. Each season, there’s the last episode where the cast themselves review the whole season.
Full Cast & Crew
The participants of the show are genuinely likable people who bravely deal with exhausting circumstances. Jamies Davis (the big boss and a wonderful person) is the leader of the rescue crew. Adam Gazzola and Kevin Ritchie work together with him. Dave Pettitt is the narrator. The series is directed by Tim Hardy, Matthew Shewchuck, Alex Gower-Jackson, Brad Quenville and others. Executive producers are Mark A. Miller and Blair Reekie.
As the show is in progress right now, the directors and producers keep almost all the info in secret before the first episode is on air. Looking forward to the premiere!
Interesting details and state of affairs
The first episode of the 5th season might appear on 6 September 2016. Unfortunately, this info is everything that can be found on the net, but HTH will make you experience fresh, thrilling emotions for quite a long time. Why? The producers don’t say anything about canceling of the show.
In the US, Highway Thru Hell first came out only in spring 2013.
Among the vehicles used by the crew, you can find Toyota Tundras with massive Toyota Canada support. There are also additional vehicles of great capacity and power. Such as HR150 – a Rotator that can hold up to 75 tons or SP850XP – a wrecker holding and pulling up to 50 tons. The show features many other vehicles created by Miller Industries.
Surprise! Discovery Channel has recently announced a new Canadian project based on HTH. Its name is going to be Heavy Rescue: 401. The release date is planned for 2017.