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Deadliest Journeys is the Current TV show that follows workers who have to travel on some of the world's most dangerous roads, skies, and waterways. Current TV was created in 2005 by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and businessman Joel Hyatt. Current TV began with a unique style of programming, with "pods", short programs which were often created by viewers. Users submitted short pods on a variety of subject matter, and Current's website offered voting to see which would make it on-air. In 2009, Current changed to offer more traditional programming, switching from short pods to 30 minute block programming, though some elements still remain. On their series Deadliest Journeys, viewers get a rare look at the people who have to travel through treacherous territory. If you think your commute is bad, you haven't seen anything yet. These workers risk their lives to reach their destinations which require that they travel through places most wouldn't. From the Mexican Train of Death to the rocky and jagged mountain passes in Pakistan, the series travels through Colombia, Brazil, China, Nepal, Congo, Siberia and more to document these gnarly travelers. Tune in and see some roads, railways, and skies that aren't for the faint of heart on Current TV's Deadliest Journeys.moreless
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