S01:E01 - Urban Firefighters
Everywhere, people do risky jobs. In Phoenix, Arizona, firefighters take 24 hour shifts—sometimes taking over 10 calls a day—to protect their communities. But for these men and women, the rush of the risk and helping those in need makes it all worth it.
S01:E02 - Alligator Trappers
Alligators are a constant threat to the people of Florida. The first line of defense against them are the alligator trappers—a group whose job it is to find and capture these dangerous predators before they can harm the people around them.
S01:E03 - Hurricane Chasers
When there is a hurricane warning, people run to the nearest safety. Everyone, that is, except for hurricane chasers. These brave photographers and scientists get right in the thick of the storm to get the material that no one else can.
S01:E04 - Forest Firefighters
Fighting fires has always risky, but to combat them in a forest, surrounded by millions of acres of fuel for the blaze, is another thing entirely. Forest Firefighters stop these infernos on the ground level, before they consume everything around them.
S01:E05 - Police Force
You know your job is one of the most dangerous in the world when your toolbox includes an M-16 rifle. Witness what it’s like to patrol one of the top ten most violent cities in North America, where every corner and police officer has a story to tell.
S01:E06 - Car Rescuers
Motor sport racing is different from every other kind of sport because death could be around every corner. When the racers crash, it is up to the car rescuers to knowingly put their lives on the line to save the drivers—and every second counts.
S01:E07 - Bull Fighters
Bull riding is one of the most dangerous sports in the world. Fortunately, the riders have guardian angels ready to save them from the angry bulls at any cost: the bull fighters. Though they are called rodeo clowns, there is nothing funny about this job.
S01:E08 - S.W.A.T.
When the action gets too hot, the S.W.A.T. team comes to the rescue. These super cops face shootouts, barricades, hostage situations, and murderers on the loose. They are the last hope in situations that look more like urban warfare than police work.