The boys of Christmas automotive are back, with faster cars and bigger appetites. These large-and-in-charge car junkies of Christmas Automotive continue to boost business by hunting down left-for-dead cars and bringing them back to life. The series returns to Motor Mondays, which has been revving up ratings for the Discovery Channel, landing the coveted #1 cable network spot for Men 25-54 delivery in 4Q 2014 (October-December 2014)...beating all other cable networks (excluding sports). Owned and operated by Tommy Christmas, Christmas Automotive helps car owners with their need for speed. With business bigger than ever before, the gang is moving to a larger shop to keep up with demand. Tommy, along with his three best friends: Steve, Chuck and Andy, welcome a new generation of Christmas staff - Tommy's son and daughter, Jess and Nick, to rebuild these classic muscle cars and put the pedal to the metal on the track. Fixing up old cars is always challenging, but the faster the car, the fatter the pay check.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Fat n' Furious: Rolling Thunder - Discovery (Canada) - Netflix
Discovery is a Canadian English language Category A cable and satellite specialty channel that is owned by CTV Specialty Television Inc. (a joint venture between Bell Media (80%) and ESPN Inc. (20%), which owns 80% majority of the channel) and Discovery Inc. (which owns the remaining 20%). The channel is devoted to nature, adventure, science and technology programming.
Fat n' Furious: Rolling Thunder - Production studios - Netflix
Exploration Production Inc., a producer and distributor of factual content, primarily episodic series and science magazines for television, was founded and launched in 1993. NetStar Communications Inc. owned the company under Discovery Channel Canada, and it was acquired by CTV during the CTV-NetStar acquisition. EPI has produced many shows found in Discovery Channel and other affiliated Canadian channels.
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