The story of six truckers who drive 18-wheelers on Canada’s ice roads is coming to The History Channel this summer.
The 10-week series will chronicle two months of the ice truckers’ lives, showing how they haul freight across frozen Canadian lakes that usually bear their trucks’ weight – but sometimes don’t.
The rigs haul supplies to the Northwest Territories’ diamond mines, which are located in roadless, nearly impassable terrain near the Arctic Circle.
As of now, the series is scheduled to begin June 17 and will air at 10 p.m. EDT every Sunday night for 10 weeks. Additional airings may be scheduled, so watch your local television listings for those dates and times.