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"Iron Men" (TV show) is a reality series on The Weather Channel that is an installment in "Braving the Elements," a docu-series anthology revealing the work, subculture and characters of professions exposed to the elements and impacted by the weather.

Ironworking is one of the most dangerous occupations in the world. If you think Chicago is the windy city, you're wrong — New York is actually windier, and the higher you build, the stronger the wind. Beyond fighting the wind, snow, and rain, an iron worker in New York has to battle the East Coast's bone-chilling cold as they walk steel beams hundreds of feet off the ground. "Iron Men" follows the workers of New York's Local 361 and Local 40 unions, the world's most respected ironworking unions. We'll follow their race to stay on schedule against weather hurdles on a multitude of projects, from the first footing to the final bolt — on a skyscraper, a bridge, or stadium. Every day, each member puts his life in the hands of his co-workers and that creates an unbreakable bond as well as high stakes and natural tension.

"Iron Men" is produced by Pipeline39 (formerly known as KPI), the producers of "The Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero," as well as "MonsterQuest" and "MegaStructures."


IRON MEN (TV SHOW): FACTS

Network: The Weather Channel
Genre: Reality
Premiere Date: May 8, 2012
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Pipeline39





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