Watch Big Rig Bounty Hunters
- 2 Seasons
Big Rig Bounty Hunters is a compelling trucking reality show. It follows six groups of fascinating characters responsible for recovering trucks and their valuable cargo. Trucks and their cargo frequently go missing due to theft or truck abandonment. When this happens, Big Rig Bounty Hunters must find the valuable cargo and get it to the drop on time. It's a risky business combining the perils of trucking and repossession but these guys are after the money. The Vets, Animal and Steve are some interesting fellows to say the least. Animal served Special Forces in Vietnam and trained to be a ballet dancer before the draft. His specialty is driving in perilous weather conditions. Steve and Animal were buddies before, during and after Vietnam. They served together and both moved on to drive truck. Steve is an Irish immigrant and a former Hell's Angel. Eric and Rob are the Desert Dogs. For this father son pair, recovering trucks is a family affair. Rob is a former truck driver who turned to the truck recovery business when he lost his own fleet of flatbeds. His son Eric is an expert at crawling into small spaces. Jaxon is a true nomad known as the Lone Wolf. While he hasn't always been a loner, his personality seems best suited for solitude. He learned to drive truck from his dad as a teen and has driven a rig through every state except Hawaii. The Jersey Boys are made up of John and Gene. John has trucking in his blood and is an expert at precise maneuvers. He is also trained in Russian martial arts and has a 90% recovery rate. Gene is a retired New Jersey cop who married John's sister. It's his job to keep John's tough guy antics in check. It's a love hate relationship between the Ex-Con, Vince and Shawn. They began fighting the moment they first met and continued for 20 years. They've put their fighting which ultimately landed them in jail behind them and are best friends recovering trucks. The final team in this diverse group of gentlemen is the Texans. Korchenko and Marshall or the wrestler and the football player. These two prove, even the truck recovery specialists are bigger in Texas.