Might As Well Face It – They’re Addicted to Cars! “Crash Addicts” Drives into OLN, Oct. 26
Catch up with a car-crazy gang from Gananoque, Ontario, who assemble cars for smashing at demolition derbies in the second season of “Crash Addicts.” Beginning Friday, October 26 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, each episode of this 13-part original Canadian series follows the trials, tribulations and triumphs of five quirky demolition derby drivers. Join the Crash Addicts – Richard “White Hot” Leighton, Joey “Hot Rod” Kemp, Jaime “The Birminator” Birmingham, Gary “Sweetleaf” Miller and Tammy “Bubbles” Bruce – as they take on the world inside and outside the derby ring.
Highlights from the first episodes include:
Episode 1 – Crash Addicts vs. The World
Fri., Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT
With targets on their backs, Team Crash Addicts join forces and learn the value of working together. While The Birminator and Sweetleaf plan to enter the Peterborough derby, Bubbles is upset she can’t defend her title because she doesn’t have a car ready. On top of it all, her mother moves away forcing Bubbles to grow up fast. Will she be able to overcome her personal and “professional” challenges in time for the derby? Can The Birminator and Sweetleaf get themselves ready in time to have a fighting chance at the Peterborough event?
Episode 2 – Back to School
Fri., Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT
Bubbles quits smoking, starts exercising and leaves Team Crash Addicts behind to step up her derbyin’ in the local school bus races. Will a cold reception from the other racers and a surprising crash be enough for Bubbles to regret leaving her fellow Crash Addicts behind? Meanwhile, White Hot struggles to multitask five projects while studying for his driver’s license. When he becomes overwhelmed with all he’s working on, he recruits his daughter to help him get his license.
Episode 3 – The Billy Bash
Fri., Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. ET/9 p.m. PT
Friendship conquers all as Sweetleaf and White Hot put aside their personal differences to smash the competition at The Billy Bash derby. After placing an ad in the event’s program challenging the other drivers, the duo set out to avenge their names and come out on top. But can they be taken seriously by the competition?
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