This Labor Day, Discovery Channel honors the hard working men and women who make civilized life possible for the rest of us with an all-day marathon of the Emmy(R)-nominated series, DIRTY JOBS. Starting at 9AM ET/PT on Monday, September 6, viewers go along with host and creator Mike Rowe as he travels across the country serving as apprentice to America’s unsung heroes.
From cleaning buoys off the coast of San Francisco to collecting alligator eggs in Louisiana to making bologna in Palmyra, Pennsylvania, Mike educates and entertains viewers on these dirty jobs, while showing the importance of why they’re necessary for civilization. The marathon will air viewer favorites until 3AM ET/PT.
DIRTY JOBS, which was nominated for two Emmys(R) this year, is one of Discovery Channel’s most popular and long-running series. New episodes will air this fall on Wednesdays at 9PM ET/PT, beginning October 19.