From power lines to irate neighbors, urban tree cutters encounter things that the forest loggers wouldn't dream of. Big Bad Wood follows four urban tree-trimming companies in the greater Boston area. Tree Tech has millions of dollars worth of equipment and is one of the largest tree cutting companies in all of New England. Specialized Rigging and Tree Care are old school and take down trees with nothing more then a rope, pulley and a chipper. American Climbers are the cowboys of the bunch and there’s no tree too big or too challenging for these guys to tackle. All Season Tree Service are a tight knit group and consider themselves like family. Their motto is “if you don’t fit in, you gotta go.” Every day is different, and each job presents a whole new set of obstacles. Up in the tree, there are no second chances. One wrong move could cost them thousands of dollars in property damage… or even their lives. (Source: National Geographic Channel)
A greenhorn crew member of Specialized Rigging and Tree Care gets a chance to take down his first tree but if he's not up to the challenge, it may also be his last. Facing a massive, time-consuming job, All Season Tree Service tries a risky cut that could end the owner's career in one fell swoop. American Climbers takes on a job that no other company would touch, and its climber finds out why, the hard way.
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This series is cookedRating: 0 likes, 1 dislikes
I watched the 1st episode; I could tell it was cooked in the 1st 15 minutes. As you watched a crew set up to cut down a tree there was a obviously staged/parked Neon. Snow on the car appeared as it was placed by an intern. What do you know??? The 1 st large part of the trunk was dropped on to the $2000 staged car. What a scam of a show like 90% of the ‘reality” shows. Smash-cut to a trumped-up fight between a drunken worker and his boss. What a waste of time. This model of reality shows is tired and insults my intelligence. I would like to see a real show about tree trimming not this cooked-up B.S. Read more
Review posted on Friday, October 18th 2013 at 11:39 am
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