The final four contestants battle it out to be the fastest as they redo elements of three jobs to win America’s Toughest Jobs. The finale will re-visit the most memorable places and spectacular jobs of the season. It will be a mad dash to the end as the competitors are eliminated one-by-one until there is only one left standing. Only that person can claim that they conquered America’s toughest jobs!
6 contestants head deep into the Washington mountains to chop, choke, and dismember logs. The cast will work long days cutting trees, attaching cables, and operating heavy equipment. After identifying the two worst workers the boss puts them to back work while the rest enjoy some rest and a hot meal. One will be sent home.
7 contestants must overcome the fear of heights as they learn the unique skills required for this outrageously dangerous high wire act. They must overcome their fear of heights and perform cleaning and painting duties on a 35-story high bridge. The two most underperforming (and petrified) workers must go back up...but this time at night! The weakest link will go home.
8 contestants take on 2000 lbs of rage – a bull! The cast will work with the world’s finest bull fighters, who will watch their every move to make sure they are ready to enter the ring and then judge them on their performance. Then they will have to gather all their courage and go face to face with one of the world’s most dangerous animals. The bottom two must go back inside the ring to play a game of “bull hockey.” The loser will be eliminated.
9 contestants learn the dangerous and back breaking job of working at a West Texas oil rig. They will have to carry heavy supplies, climb a rig, scrub it clean, and haul 30 ft. pipes under the hot Texas sun all in hopes of hitting oil. Then four underperformers are assigned additional work and the boss sends the worst worker home.
10 contestants will navigate the dangers of professional monster truck racing in Salinas, CA. After completing a training course, the novices will get behind the wheel of a giant monster truck. The four worst drivers get one more chance to prove themselves and one gets eliminated.
11 contestants learn the skills of gold prospecting in order to find real gold! Loaded with heavy camping gear they arrive at a remote Alaskan creek and set up camp. The pressure is on as they work long hours that require back-breaking stamina and meticulous attention to detail - all in freezing wild Alaskan rapids. The boss decides who hasn’t worked hard enough, and the four lowest performing workers must go back into the creek to compete against one another in a race for gold. The person with the least amount of gold goes home.
12 contestants drive 18-wheelers above the Arctic Circle to deliver supplies to Deadhorse, Alaska, one of the world's most remote locations. After exhaustive training, the contestants pair up and drive in shifts for two days and hundreds of miles through steep, mountain passes on deadly, frozen highways. Once they arrive at their destination, the boss requires four workers to complete a final delivery course where all they have learned will be put to the test. The worst performer is sent packing.
13 people embark on an extraordinary and potentially life changing journey on two crab boats in the Bering Sea. The boss describes the dangers of crab fishing and puts the contestant to work grinding fish for bait, setting traps, hauling and sorting crabs, and cleaning the deck. After an exhausting 40 hours of working on the boats, the bossed send the worst four workers back out to sea for another 30-hour run! The worst of the bottom four will be eliminated.