OLN goes outside, brings back nine new shows

OLN has picked up nine new shows for fall. The 13-parter series The Rig follows six people through oil fields in Alberta. Crash Addicts chronicles crazy construction projects including compact cars and station wagons, only to smash 'em up minutes later. And then in Man's Work, a couch potato turns into a 'man's man' as he is pushed to his mental, physical and emotional limits. Ed's Up stars Barenaked Ladies' Ed Robertson. The avid pilot undertakes an adventure in this 13-part series. The unscripted, 22-part Back Packers follows friends through 20 countries. The ultimate road trip series, Race to Dakar shadows a rally team as they participate in the most dangerous motor sports event in the world. And in the original 13-parter Road Hockey Rumble, road hockey goes on the road - literally -- via two rivals who take their grudge match across Canada. Finally, the six-part Tribe trails a former Royal Marine and an expedition leader as they live with ancient tribes in some of the world's most remote areas.

OLN has picked up nine new shows for fall. The 13-parter series The Rig follows six people through oil fields in Alberta. Crash Addicts chronicles crazy construction projects including compact cars and station wagons, only to smash ‘em up minutes later. And then in Man’s Work, a couch potato turns into a ‘man’s man’ as he is pushed to his mental, physical and emotional limits. Ed’s Up stars Barenaked Ladies’ Ed Robertson. The avid pilot undertakes an adventure in this 13-part series. The unscripted, 22-part Back Packers follows friends through 20 countries. The ultimate road trip series, Race to Dakar shadows a rally team as they participate in the most dangerous motor sports event in the world. And in the original 13-parter Road Hockey Rumble, road hockey goes on the road – literally — via two rivals who take their grudge match across Canada. Finally, the six-part Tribe trails a former Royal Marine and an expedition leader as they live with ancient tribes in some of the world’s most remote areas.