Three strangers try to endure 30 days in the heart of the Louisiana swamp with absolutely no tools. All they have are the clothes on their backs and one dead alligator.
Donny, Shawn and Matt must survive the inhospitable Louisiana swamp for thirty days, living off only one resource: a fallen wild boar.
In a race to resupply his homestead, Morgan fights against the deadly Alaskan skies. Harry and Kidd set their sights on a buffalo, while Jake goes after a mountain lion.
When building their lookout cabin, Raleigh and Eustace enlist some much needed help. Plus, Sean and Tom face off against a coyote threat, while Jason takes one final crack at creating Ozark steel.
Tom turns coyotes into cash, Eustace and Raleigh take to the forge to raise money for roofing materials, Mike scouts bears for the spring hunting season and Morgan and Margaret go fishing.
Jake hunts a lion caught stalking a school bus stop, Tom sets out to end his trapping season on a high note, Eustace and Raleigh struggle to put a roof on their cabin, and Morgan and Margaret prepare their horses for a critical supply run.
Alec sets out to make one of the largest weapons he's ever attempted, namely a fear-inducing 8-foot Halberd.
Rock legend Alice Cooper brings his prized '63 Studebaker Avanti to the shop; the crew restores Truckee California FD's historic 1937 fire truck; Ryan adds world-class tattoo-themed graphics to a limited edition 2019 Harley Davidson CVO motorcycle.
The final touches are added to Aerosmith's original tour van. Then, it's time for the big reveal as Mike and Frank take it to meet their rock `n' roll idols.
The team find evidence from one of Scotland's bloodiest eras as they wade through the waters of the River Garry in the Scottish Highlands, the site of the first major clash between Highland Jacobites and the government army.
Rick Edwards and Beau Ouimette embark upon an epic search through the River Ouse, which winds its way through North Yorkshire, in a bid to find evidence that it was once home to Viking life.
The River Hunters head to the River Lochy in search for evidence of the clashing Scottish clans embroiled in the 17th century civil war.
The River Hunters head to the cathedral city of Canterbury in Kent, where they are granted special permission to undertake the first official search of this section of the River Stour.
The River Hunters hit the oldest town in Britain, searching the town's historic waterway for evidence of the Siege of Colchester.
The river hunters' final hunt takes the team back into Yorkshire to uncover relics at Knaresborough Castle from the brutal 14th Century clashes between the English and the Scottish.
The team uncovers what appears to be a wooden doorway under Samuel Ball's property and a new Templar connection is made when an ancient tool is discovered in the swamp.
Céline and Fabien dive deep in Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada, where they investigate one of the best documented UFO sightings in history.
The salvage team from Priestly Demolition takes their first road trip of the year to a historic mining town where the discovery of old police reports sets them on an unexpected hunt for hidden gold.
Hitler's parents were closely related and in his adult years, he was rumoured to have engaged in incest himself. His father was a violent man, though his mother was very fond of her young son.
The vast network of the Nazi Party included not only the intellectual elite, but compliant office workers and low-level thugs who carried out violent orders.
An incredible look at the Vietnam war in colour. Never before seen footage captures the troops' landing and the battle at Ia Drang Valley.
Rick flies to Washington, DC, to see one of the first Jeeps built for use in WWII, magic lantern image projector from the early 20th century, and a fortune-telling gambling machine.
A sword with an attached pistol from the 1700s, a portrait of legendary film and theater actor John Barrymore, an antique navigational timepiece used by ships in the 19th century, and a 1969 Harley motorbike.
Rick heads east to test a rare weapon from the 18th century. Back at the shop, Corey takes a swing at a Mickey Mantle rookie card. Then, military expert Alex brews something special for Rick's eyes only.
Corey bets it all on an original Triple Crown Trophy. Next, the guys call in Rick Dale to save what might be one of the very first rides from Coney Island.
The Pawn Stars stake a claim to an original 1800s vampire defence kit. Later, Rick gets a chance to buy a work by famous American artist James Whistler.