List of Dirty Jobs Episodes

List Of Dirty Jobs Episodes

Dirty Jobs is a program on the Discovery Channel, produced by Pilgrim Films & Television, in which host Mike Rowe is shown performing difficult, strange, disgusting, or messy occupational duties alongside the typical employees. The show premiered with two pilot episodes in November 2003. It returned as a series on July 26, 2005 and ended on September 12, 2012, with a total of 169 episodes spanning eight seasons.

Read more about List Of Dirty Jobs EpisodesSeries Overview, Pilot Episodes (2003), Season 1 (2005), Season 2 (2005–07), Season 3 (2007–08), Season 4 (2008–09), Season 5 (2009–10), Season 6 (2010–11), Season 7 (2011–12), Season 8 Dirty Jobs Down Under (2012)

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