Truck Night in America makes history with the toughest truck obstacle course ever built. America and trucks go together, and since 1925 when the first American factory-produced truck rolled off the line, American owners have been devising ingenious ways to make them faster, stronger, and better. On Truck Night in America, five truck owners compete in a series of grueling challenges that test their craftsmanship and driving ability to the max.Each episode features unique challenges that test trucks in a way that's never been seen before. The challenges culminate in The Green Hell, a 3-mile obstacle course which includes challenges that send trucks flying off jumps, over a mountain of crushed cars and even through a snake-infested swamp. Helping them along the way are four experts in the off-road world - they coach, they build, they fix, but the one thing they can't do is drive. In the end, the truck who finishes is crowned the champion - if they can make it that far.
The lineup includes a 1986 Suzuki Samurai and a 2008 Lexus competing for the title of Truck Night Champion; two rigs take a nosedive while getting up close and personal on Bumps and Jumps; Creek Climb gives one driver the scare of a lifetime.
The show welcomes its first married couple duking it out for bragging rights.
A battle between two of the most unlikely competitors yet, as trucks go airborne and get soaked in Whiteout, leaving a trail of debris in a new challenge, Travel Trailer. In the Green Hell, danger lurks everywhere, putting the drivers through the toughest race of their lives.
A special episode of Truck Night has two special guests! NASCAR Champions Kyle and Kurt Busch bring their driving skills–and trucks–to win $10,000 for charity. But these professional race car drivers first need to compete against amateur drivers and survive the Car Pull and Travel Trailer for a shot at the Green Hell.
When the competition gets too hot to handle, each coach tries a different strategy. Can Glenn help his driver chill out and win?
It’s the classic American rivalry: Chevy versus Ford. Drivers show off their power on the Slag Heap, and strategy separates winners and losers in the Cliff Plunge. The Green Hell is as close as it’s ever been, but which American lineage will win?
A special Truck Night salutes American military veterans and their rigs. Army, Navy and Airforce vets compete on a course that demonstrates their grit and resilience.
Photo finishes, busted rigs and an intense Creek Climb culminate in an epic Green Hell battle that only one can win.
Every competitor gets dirty, as water and vehicles fly in the Whiteout, the Four Horsemen punishes one rig to its breaking point, and the safety crew is called into the Green Hell.
The best builds, the best crashes, the best drivers and the best coaches; all will be discussed when Glen, Bender, Pistol and Abe get together to look back on Season 2’s greatest hits.
Trucks from the 70s and 80s battle it out, with victory coming down to a few feet. Drivers dance with disaster trying to push ice-cream trucks over the edge. Finally, looks can be deceiving with a surprise ending to the Green Hell.
A 2,000 horsepower Dodge pickup competes against a 1971 Land Rover. The Silo Pulldown dumps a big surprise on the losers in a never-before-seen twist on the tug-o-war. One challenge hits hard, forcing the medics to rush in.
1951 Chevy pickup; 1971 GMC pickup; The Silo Pulldown and Four Horsemen show no mercy in vanquishing trucks, and it's a run for the ages in the Green Hell.
A lineup of rigs from the millennium's last decade; an emotional story motivates one driver; a razor-thin margin separates the two finalists when they face off in the Green Hell.
An awesome variety of trucks pull up to the starting line on Whiteout. Meanwhile, the impossible happens in the Slingshot, and tension mounts when the fire department is called in; and the Green Hell strikes again, taking out a truck in an ending no one saw coming.
Broken trucks litter the course when the water and mud of the White Out shuts down one truck and the Silo Pulldown breaks another. The Green Hell has a surprise finish leading to an emotional result.
Five drivers put their personal trucks to the test; the first challenge hurts more than a driver's pride when one truck is broken in half; dense smoke blinds the drivers as they weave through trees in the Fire Escape.
Glen, Bender, Pistol and Abe take a look at the greatest hits of Season 1 and discuss the best builds, crashes, drivers and coaches; the trucks that had the best time on the Green Hell are revealed; the best coach.
Five Ford-tough rigs put it all on the line for a chance at $10,000 as the Slag Heap pushes three trucks past their limit, a panic on the Car Pull requires an emergency response, and The Green Hell burns both finalists before one Ford emerges as Truck Night Champion.