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Redwood Kings is a reality television program from Animal Planet that revolves around twin brothers who chop down ancient redwoods and use their haul to build fantastical structures for the folks of their local towns. Ron and John Daniels are the brothers in question and run the notorious Daniels Wood Land which focuses on taking ancient redwood wood and turning it into majestic and practical works of modern art, such as treehouses and monuments. The show attempts to portray the many difficulties and struggles surrounding the inner workings of the Daniels Wood Land company as well as the interpersonal relationship between the two brothers and their crew members.

Many problems arise since the brothers are opposites in basically everything they do: one is fat, the other trim, one is impulsive, the other not, one left handed, the other is right handed. Not to mention that they employ a crew of over forty different carpenters and ax men. Combine that with tumbling the largest trees on the planet and there are many shenanigans to be had.

Redwood Kings is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (17 episodes). The series first aired on November 29, 2013.

Where do I stream Redwood Kings online? Redwood Kings is available for streaming on Animal Planet, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Redwood Kings on demand at Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Animal Planet, Google Play, iTunes online.

Friday 9:00 PM et/pt on Animal Planet
2 Seasons, 17 Episodes
November 29, 2013
Action & Adventure, Reality
Cast: John Daniels, Ron Daniels, Mark Van Klaveren, Andy Dauterman
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Redwood Kings Full Episode Guide

  • The crew constructs their most ambitious build ever for the largest amusement trade show in the world. Modelled on the work of Leonardo da Vinci, they build a massive medieval workshop, complete with a jaw-dropping windmill tower and 8 firing cannons.

  • Ron & John's mom needs an old oak tree removed before it falls on the family house, while John takes us on an insider's guide to the magic that makes this company one of the best in the treehouse and theming business.

  • Gunfights, fist fights and a flaming cabin! All in a night's work for the Shepherd of the Hills stage show in Branson, Missouri. The Daniels Wood Land crew adds to this historic attraction with a one-of-a-kind hillbilly shooting gallery.

  • A Gold Rush-theme zip line is made for a 17,000-acre ranch in California. John creates a smoke-breathing, eye-glowing tiki.

  • The guys head to northern California to reclaim some fallen coastal redwoods, which they use to contruct a replica wooden cross for a mission in Monterey County.

  • Former swimsuit model Jennifer Stano and her husband Alki David have it all: celebrity, cute kids and a multi-million dollar mansion in Beverly Hills. All they need now is an incredible treehouse. Who are they gonna call? The Daniels twins of course!

  • Modern technology and vintage Americana collide as Ron, John & their crew create a Coney Island style shooting gallery.

  • After creating numerous works of art from fallen Redwoods and metal trash, John Daniels & his crew launch their most extreme project to date - a cartoon-style clubhouse for a pig farm in freezing conditions in Indiana.

  • The Daniels Woodland crew build a fantasy playground near the Blue Butterfly Village habitat as part of a housing project for veteran women and their children as a way to express gratitude.

  • The brothers construct a custom tree house for a family in Sunnyside, Wash., that rests on the trunk of an oak tree, and features a play area for three children - and their future sibling.

  • The brothers construct three large-scale replicas of ships that sank in the Great Lakes over the past 300 years for the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes in Ontario.

  • The brothers construct an elaborate playhouse for the daughters of wealthy customers from the Bay Area.

  • The Daniels Wood Land team designs a dungeon attraction in San Francisco's historic Fisherman's Wharf. The guys then fly to Huntsville, AL, where they install a 3,000-year-old timeline log at a wild animal park.

  • When a farmer from central California wants to create the ultimate roadside attraction for travelers, he recruits Daniels Wood Land for the project. With a tight deadline, the guys design an authentic millhouse that pays tribute to the gold rush days.

  • Ron and John build a 10-gun, shooting gallery with a camping theme, that features goofy prairie dogs, dancing ducks and a heckling animatronic hillbilly bear, for a returning clients store.

  • Ron and John use pieces of reclaimed redwood trees for a playhouse with a Hobbit theme for daughters of a valued customer.

  • The Daniels Wood Land team is commissioned to create a dungeon attraction in San Francisco's historic Fisherman's Wharf. The guys then rush off to Huntsville, AL, where they install a 3,000-year-old timeline log at a wild animal park.