Next Episode of Ice Road Truckers is
Season 11 / Episode 1 and airs on 24 August 2017 22:00
The warriors of the ice roads are back, hauling vital cargo to remote communities over some of the most dangerous routes in the world. But, this season, the toughest job in the world just got tougher.A polar vortex has descended onto the Canadian backcountry, creating the most severe winter in over a century. Freezing winds, towering snow and blinding whiteouts push the drivers to their emotional and physical breaking points.But despite the brutal conditions, Polar Industries and VP Express aren't backing down from the war that started last year. VP boss Hugh Rowland has stolen ice road legend Alex Debogorski away from Polar. Although they've been rivals in the past, having the two titans together on the same team might just provide the edge VP needs to run Polar out of town.But Polar owner Mark Kohaykewych has made a score of his own, snagging VP Express' top driver from last season, Todd Dewey, to add to his roster of Lisa Kelly, Darrell Ward and Art Burke. And, this year, he's expanding the company map, venturing even further onto some of the least traveled and longest ice roads in the world.For the rough riders of the frozen frontier, this season is a non-stop ride over thin ice.
Experts predict one of the shortest and warmest winters on record; as a result, companies risk financial ruin and communities face deprivation unless the drivers can deliver vital supplies before their window of opportunity slams shut.
Art Burke crashes his truck into a snowbank; Alex Debogorski makes his return and faces off with an untested crossing; Mark Kohaykewych tests out new driver Steph Custance; Lisa Kelly faces a monster incline; Darrell Ward runs into rival Todd Dewey.
Lisa Kelly finds herself stranded hundreds of miles from the nearest town; Darrell Ward takes an off-road shortcut; Art Burke encounters a melting ice crossing and a full load; Steph Custance finds out whether she'll become part of the Polar team.
Darrell and Lisa head into Alberta and onto a trail nicknamed The Death Road; Art faces off with the ice crossing where he nearly lost his life last season; Todd takes rookie Steph Custance under his wing as she embarks on her first journey.
Rookie Steph Custance tries to complete the first ice road mission of her career; Alex Debogorski runs into a road block as temperatures soar; Art Burke attempts to deliver to a new community; Darrell Ward braves an unregulated winter road.
Darrell Ward faces a trail known as the obstacle course; Todd Dewey strives to clear a melting ice bridge; Alex Debogorski hauls an oversized fuel tank; Art Burke stumbles onto an ice crossing in the middle of the night.
On her first solo trip, Steph Custance braves one of the longest ice crossings on the map; Darrell Ward attempts a triple delivery in a single day; an engine fire stops Lisa Kelly in her tracks; Todd Dewey celebrates his birthday stuck on a road.
Todd Dewey must fix his truck or find himself stranded a hundred miles from the nearest town; Alex Debogorski confronts a creek in the middle of the road; Art Burke receives bad news; Lisa Kelly battles an ice crossing unlike any she's seen.
As the end of the season nears, Mark Kohaykewych makes a deal with rivals Darrell Ward and Lisa Kelly to join forces for a four-truck convoy; Alex Debogorski must complete one of the longest trails; Art Burke's truck gives out on the ice.
The truckers in the historic four-truck convoy face fire and a thin crossing; after Art Burke's engine dies, he must travel back to Winnipeg with Alex Debogorski over a trail that destroys his truck.
Mark Kohaykewych(Mark Kohaykewych)
Hugh Rowland(Hugh Rowland)
Alex Debogorski(Alex Debogorski)
Todd Dewey(Todd Dewey)
Art Burke(Art Burke)
Darrell Ward(Darrell Ward)
Austin Wheeler(Austin Wheeler)
Dave Redmon(Dave Redmon)
Drew Sherwood(Drew Sherwood)
Eric Dufresne(Eric Dufresne)
George Spears(George Spears)
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