Watch on YouTube TV

Humongous Moves

Watch live TV from 70+ networks
Free unlimited cloud DVR storage space
6 accounts per household included
$49.99/month.
Cancel anytime.
Follow the teams of engineers as they execute the world's most amazing moves. Each dangerous and daring relocation comes amidst tough conditions and extremely tight deadlines. These heavy haulers overcome incredible challenges to get their massive cargoes across land, sea, and air. These cargoes include some very fragile, massive, and expensive cargoes on the planet and lots of care is taken to see them to their final destinations.

Latest episodes

VOD available
A team of international engineers moves colossal pieces of the world's largest telescope up a mountain plateau in Chile.
VOD available
Movers attempt to transport a multimillion-dollar fleet of racing yachts from the Caribbean to France.
VOD available
Two teams of movers race against the clock to relocate a vintage Cold War aircraft and a snowplow built in 1925.
VOD available
Train enthusiasts struggle to haul two rare steam locomotives across Turkey before shipping them back to England.
VOD available
A restoration team attempts to move a vintage fighter aircraft 4,000 miles across the Atlantic for a private collector.
VOD available
An abandoned ship must be towed over 1,600 miles and then sunk upright on the ocean floor to create an artificial reef.
VOD available
A team of engineers builds, tests, then attempts to haul a massive hovercraft on a 9,000-mile voyage.
VOD available
A team of engineers attempts to build and then haul seven brand new floating homes 70 miles across the Netherlands' busiest waterways.
VOD available
A team must transport a state-of-the-art search and rescue helicopter nearly 3,500 miles to the harsh and remote Shetland Islands.
VOD available
A 200-ton WWI howitzer needs to be transported to a museum nearly 400 miles away in less than a week.
VOD available
A team of engineers attempts to move two historic locomotives across the Atlantic to a British railway museum.
VOD available
Marine engineers attempt to move a massive submarine 700 miles up Canada's coast.

Similar on YouTube TV

In an environment not conducive to human survival, it's easy to understand why "Continent 7" is the first-ever global long-form documentary series filmed in Antarctica. Scientists and survival experts join forces on the ice, underneath it, and atop mountainous peaks -- fighting brutal conditions along the way -- to conduct life-changing research. These scientists and the community play a vital role in many urgent fields of science, from climate change to studies of glacier movement, active volcanoes and the search and tagging of marine megafauna that calls this ice home. The six-episode series also pays tribute to the mountaineers, mariners and helicopter pilots, among others, who help keep the scientists safe at work.
Various networks
When people think of American space travel, the first names that come to their minds are usually the likes of Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong and Sally Ride. Like with most massive projects like NASA's, there are a number of people behind the scenes who work tirelessly to get to the point where astronauts can go into space. Those people, however, aren't household names like the folks who blast off on the space shuttles. This series profiles the secret heroes, engineers who helped build the spacecraft and other instruments that have allowed astronauts to launch into space to explore the world beyond what's visible from Earth. The show reveals the stories behind how they created such machines as the Saturn V moon rocket and the Hubble Space Telescope.
Various networks
Billion-dollar cruise ships, secret submarines, high-tech ocean dredgers, floating state-of-the-art hospitals -- all are part of the cutting-edge vessels featured in this series, which reveals everything from the mechanics of modern sea-going to the human drama seafarers face.
Various networks
Some of the greatest warships have gone on to shape the history of the world and have even pushed their crews into unbelievable and incredible acts of bravery. Take a look at the very first submarine which is rumored to have lurked beneath New York harbor during the Revolutionary War, the smaller ships that rescued thousands from Dunkirk, or the destroyer in the Cuban Missile Crisis. Over the years, conflicts and wars have prompted extreme advances to ship designs and now they are faster, stronger, and smarter than ever before.