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Original Productions has always been a fearless producer of non-fiction and unscripted content. Rising from a need to create adventure-focused storytelling, taking audiences to some of the most remote places in the world, Original Productions consistently seeks to push boundaries, uncover worlds, and explore realities that often seem stranger-than-fiction. Today, we’re carrying that creative ethos even further by bringing our great heritage to the current cultural conversation. OP's legacy will always continue to be built by the passionate and creative men and women who take risks to elevate the craftsmanship of storytelling.

The Confession Tapes


When is a confession not a confession? When it's involuntary, coerced or downright false. Those are the claims made by the subjects featured in this true-crime series. Follow seven cases as newly uncovered information has the potential to set them free.

Fire Chasers


Due to factors that include climate change and altered vegetation patterns, the number of infernos that erupt during fire season are on the rise, leading to lives being lost and millions of dollars worth of damage being done. Follow the brave firefighters who go into the heart of these devastating wildfires in California.

Ice Road Truckers


Truckers with nerves of steel take their lives in their hands driving heavily loaded vehicles across frozen lakes to deliver supplies to remote locations in Canada and Alaska. 

Ax Men


Follow several logging crews through a work season in the forests of various locations along the Pacific coast, including Oregon, Alaska and British Columbia in Canada, where these rugged lumberjacks have to cope with unpredictable, sometimes violent weather, treacherous terrain and irritating mechanical failures.

Bush Craft Build-Off


Primitive skills master Matt Graham ("Dual Survival") challenges others to see who has what it takes to survive in the wild. He invites other bushcrafters from across the country to compete head-to-head in grueling seven-day challenges.



Witness one of the most dangerous professions, coal mining, set in West Virginia. It's told through the eyes of Cobalt Coal part-owners Mike Crowder and Tom Roberts, who oversee a crew of more than 40 machine operators, foreman, electricians and truck drivers, who work more than 600 feet into the bottom of the Appalachian mountains.

1000 Ways To Die


An American anthology television macabre series that re-creates true incidents in which hapless souls met the Grim Reaper under decidedly unorthodox circumstances.

It’s Suppertime!


Matty Matheson is creating a unique cooking show. He has gone from the most notorious party monster to a chef on television with numerous restaurants under his belt. It highlights delectable and home-cooked meals such as spaghetti and meatballs, Caesar salad with homemade dressing and cheesy garlic bread. He seeks to turn his favorite meals into favorites for everyone else.

The Legend of Shelby The Swamp Man


"Ax Men" viewers are familiar with Shelby "Swamp Man" Stanga. Now they'll get to learn about the legend of Stanga, a larger-than-life character in southern Louisiana. Follow Stanga as he heads out for the larger world in search of a new houseboat and works odd jobs to earn money to buy a home.

Black Gold


A rare insight into three oil drilling rigs in Andrews County, Texas, 30 miles northwest of Odessa. It features oil rig roughnecks as they confront exhaustion, danger and serious injury (if not death) as they search for oil in west Texas on an allotted schedule of only 50 days in this taut reality series