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Alaska State Troopers

"Alaska Chainsaw Massacre"

A domestic violence call involving a chainsaw; a crime against a public safety officer.  (Repeat)

Fri 6/5 9:00 PM  NGC
Duration: 1 hour
Rated: TV-14
Reality, Documentary, Crime, Outdoors, Interests, Sports

Marc Graue (Narrator)

04:00 PM
"Grizzly-pendence Day"  The troopers respond to shots fired during a landlord-tenant dispute; a suspect flees on foot into the woods.  (Repeat) NGC
05:00 PM
"Son and a Gun"  A woman is trapped in the wreckage of a car crash; a romance goes sour and officers must respond; drug runners carrying crystal meth.  (Repeat) NGC
06:00 PM
"Fearless on the Front Lines"  The Alaska State Troopers respond to anyone in need; subduing maniacs to fighting crime in the distant corners of the state.  (Repeat) NGC
03:00 PM
"Crystal Meth Compound"  The troopers set up a sting operation; a violent man causes a tense standoff.  (Repeat) NGC
04:00 PM
"Guns, Cash, & Coke"  Alaska troopers team pursue a wanted man through a forest; protecting the neighborhood from a curious bear.  (Repeat) NGC
10:00 AM
"Justice Below Zero"  Troopers keep an eye out for a stolen handgun, then join a search and rescue for lost snowmobilers in the Talkeetna Mountains.  (Repeat) NGC
11:00 AM
"Cut in the Gut"  Troopers Noll, Taylor and Hess arrive on the scene of a brutal crime.  (Repeat) NGC
12:00 PM
"Campground Crazies"  The State Troopers investigate human-like remains found by campers and patrol the wild Arctic Man festival.  (Repeat) NGC
01:00 PM
"Asleep at the Wheel"  A car rolls off of a cliff and into a stream on a mountain pass; an unresponsive man passes out in his car in the middle of the road; a young woman says masked men are trying to enter her home.  (Repeat) NGC
02:00 PM
"Drugged, Drunk, & Deranged"  Troopers respond to one call after another, from an apparently aggressive rabbit to a family member involved in a car crash.  (Repeat) NGC
Alaska State Troopers

Patrolling America's largest state is the job of roughly 400 troopers in one of the toughest law enforcement agencies in the nation. Essentially, these cops say, nearly every Alaskan resident is armed and they know how to use their weapons, which makes any scenario a trooper encounters a potentially fatal one. Follow along as the ``blue shirt'' Alaskan State Troopers police the towns and villages, and the ``brown shirt'' Alaska Wildlife Troopers enforce regulations covering both commercial and sport fishing and hunting activities.

Current cast
Marc Graue

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.