Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the truck drivers featured in this reality show are always at risk of accidents and even death -- which the narrator emphasizes regularly. Some scenes include mild to moderate accidents, though injuries aren't shown. The narrator also describes deadly accidents from the past while graphics and stock footage (like shots from below the ice as the trucks drive over it) hint at impending danger. The truckers sometimes engage in coarse humor (one moons the camera, though his butt is blurred onscreen), and occasional jokes about "peckers" and "kinky underwear" pepper the dialogue, but it doesn't go further than that.
Some mild sexually tinged humor of the "boys will be boys" variety -- including use of terms like "peckers" and "kinky underwear." One of the guys moons the camera, but his butt is blurred out.
There's a constant threat of injury -- or even death -- when doing this dangerous job. Some scenes show accidents (but no injuries). Occasional joking threats of violence between the guys.
Some profanity, including plenty of "hell" and "damn" and the occasional "ass."
The series shows the danger of this specific kind of trucking, and highlights the reasons why people undertake it.
Mentions diamond mining companies.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Several of the men smoke cigarettes, and there's mention of drinking/bars. Drivers must take drug tests before the driving season, and that process is documented.