World's Toughest Fixes

World's Toughest Fixes

World's Toughest Fixes
Format Documentary
Presented by Sean Riley
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 4
Production
Running time 60 minutes including commercials
Broadcast
Original channel National Geographic Channel
Original run September 28, 2008 – Present
External links
Website

World's Toughest Fixes is an American reality series that premiered on the National Geographic Channel on September 28, 2008. It features Sean Riley participating in various "tough fixes"; repairs and renovations done on equipment that is very large or dangerous. Riley is an expert in heavy duty rigging and load bearing, and works with other specialized engineers to tackle these uniquely difficult jobs. A first season aired 8 episodes beginning on September 26, 2008. A second season aired 8 episodes beginning on June 4, 2009. A third season of 7 episodes aired beginning May 6, 2010. A fourth season aired beginning September 30, 2010.[1] The first season DVD contains 10 episodes, 2 of which aired in season 2. The second season DVD contains 11 episodes, 5 of which aired in season 3.

Season 1 episodes

Season 2 episodes

Season 3 episodes

  • "Rocky Mountain Rigging" (DVD S2) - Ski lift in Cody, Wyoming
  • "Extreme Bridges" - UK/London (Tower Bridge) and Scotland (Forth bridges)
  • "Fixing Vegas" (DVD S2)
  • "Extreme Heights" (DVD S2)
  • "Cruise Ship Overhaul" (DVD S2)
  • "Philly Mega Transit" - SEPTA operations and repair
  • "San Francisco Bridge" (DVD S2) - about the Eastern span replacement of the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge

Season 4 episodes

References

External links

  • National Geographic Channel official network website