Fairbanks, Alaska is home to some of the harshest weather conditions in North America, making roadways impassible in only a matter of minutes. When motorists become stranded, three towing companies are called on to pull them to safety: Borealis, Ron's and Lucky 7.

These three teams have worked through the worst that nature can throw at them, but with snowfall capable of topping 12 feet and temperatures that drop as low as 60 degrees below zero, every rescue attempt comes with a high-degree of risk. Only the strong can survive, Alaska's brutal winter. Are these teams up to the challenge?

Arctic Rescue - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-03-23

Arctic Rescue - Rescue Heroes (TV series) - Netflix

Rescue Heroes is a Canadian animated television series produced by Nelvana. Based on the Fisher-Price toy line of the same name, the TV series tracks the adventures of a team of emergency responders who rescue people from various disasters. The series premiered on Teletoon on October 2, 1999 and ran for three seasons, concluding on December 18, 2002. In 2003, a film based on the TV series was released, and it was titled Rescue Heroes: The Movie.

Arctic Rescue - Season two (2000-2001) - Netflix

15a. Wildfire: A wildfire in an African Wildlife Reserve threatens to destroy the entire area, including a lioness and her three cubs. (July 21, 2001) 15b. White Wall of Terror: Rocky's day on the slopes of Colorado turns into a rescue mission when two teens are buried underneath an avalanche. He, along with Al Pine, will have to face an unstable mountain in order to save the two teenagers. (July 21, 2001) 16a. Last Stop - Disaster: The Rescue Heroes must save the passengers on a runaway Japanese Bullet Train. (July 28, 2001) 16b. Rock Star on the Rocks: The Rescue Heroes battle a fierce storm and wild animals to rescue a rock star and her dad, whose plane has crashed in a remote mountain area. (July 28, 2001) 17a. Houston, We Have a Problem: Roger Houston feels more like a benchwarmer instead of a Rescue Hero as he watches yet another rescue from space. This will change when an out-of-control satellite threatens to hit earth and inflict disaster. (August 4, 2001) 17b. Trapped Beneath the Sea: While Rocky is trying to solve a puzzle as part of his training, a submarine and a cruise ship collide at sea. The Rescue Heroes are called in to get the sailors out from the submarine trapped on the ocean's floor and put out the fire on the sinking cruise ship. (August 4, 2001) 18a. Underwater Nightmare: A boy will have to face his fear of swimming when a marine zoo starts to collapse after an underwater volcano becomes active. The Rescue Heroes will have to save both human and aquatic life before the disaster hits. (August 11, 2001) 18b. Eye of the Storm: A boy who idolizes the Rescue Heroes will learn that heroes come in all shapes and sizes. His father, the town sheriff, will assist Billy when his son needs to be rescued during a hurricane. The father will also come to realize that the Rescue Heroes are not what he first perceived. (August 11, 2001) 19a. High Anxiety: Wendy's competitive nature gets the best of her and she jeopardizes a rescue when she tries to prove to Billy that she can do anything he can. (August 18, 2001) 19b. Canyon Catastrophe: Three teen mountain bikers get more than they bargained for when they are injured riding on off-limit trails in the Grand Canyon. A young boy, who was deemed chicken by the teens, will assist the Rescue Heroes. (August 18, 2001) 20a. Mayhem in the Mist: Chaos occurs when fog causes a pile-up in England. An injury makes Billy realize that being a good leader also means knowing when to hand over the reins. (August 25, 2001) 20b. Sibling Blowout: Jack Hammer is having problems dealing with his sister, Jill, taking up a career as an oil well firefighter. It isn't until they work as a team to cap one that he understands her passion. (August 25, 2001) 21. Smokejumpers: A raging forest fire threatens to consume a national forest and a nearby town. (September 1, 2001) 22a. Edge of Disaster: Rocky gets a chance to prove he is more than just a rookie when he leads a rescue expedition on the world's most dangerous peak. (September 26, 2001) 22b. Flood of Fear: Jake and Jack become at odds when Jack's joking becomes too much for Jake. However, after Jake sees how Jack uses humor to defuse a situation during a flood in a small town, he begins to appreciate Jack's humor. (September 26, 2001) 23a. Summertime Twister: A twister hits a campground, putting people in danger, including one teenager's younger sister. (October 24, 2001) 23b. The Chilling Championship: The Rescue Heroes must save a team of high school basketball players when their bus plunges into an icy river. (October 24, 2001) 24. Flashback to Danger: When Rocky's mistake during a rescue almost costs a life, he decides to quit the Rescue Heroes. In an effort to make him stay, Billy tells Rocky the story about the only other Rescue Hero to quit. (November 7, 2001) 25a. Tidal Wave of Pride: A tidal wave threatens the lives of a seaside community during an “extreme sports” weekend. (November 14, 2001) 25b. A Whale of an Adventure: Bill Barker does not want to do circus training, he would rather stick to strength training. However, he learns that circus training is just as important as strength training during a water rescue. (November 14, 2001) 26a. Shake Up in the Jungle: A group of students get trapped in the Venezuelan jungle after an earthquake. (November 21, 2001) 26b. Lights, Camera, - Destruction!: A Hollywood star tries to emulate the Rescue Heroes in order to prepare for a role in his upcoming movie. When the Rescue Heroes are called to help local authorities handle a mudslide, the actor interferes with the mission. (November 21, 2001) 27a. Rescue Robots: When Pat Pending unveils the new Rescue Robot, Billy does not approve. Later, Billy becomes trapped in a cave and only the Rescue Robot can save him. (November 28, 2001) 27b. Race to the Finish: Al Pine and Bill Barker compete in a dog sled race. When a man in the race tries to cheat in order to win, he discovers that cheating does not always end with desirable results. (November 28, 2001)

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