Inspector America

  • 2011
  • TV Show
  • TV-PG

An infrastructure safety inspector evaluates structures across the U.S., and offers his opinion on the dangers they pose and ways they can be repaired.

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Abandoned Season 1, Episode 6 May 21, 2011 $1.99

(Detroit.) Timothy inspects abandoned neighborhoods, faulty power lines, and the effects of ice and snow in a proud city with a great history. America, we can fix it!

Dam This City Season 1, Episode 5 May 15, 2011 $2.99

(Las Vegas.) Timothy inspects high-hazard dams, sinking Las Vegas casinos, and the effects of intense desert storms on infrastructure.

Gold Rush Sewer Season 1, Episode 4 May 1, 2011 $2.99

(San Francisco.) Timothy inspects a deadly gas line, sewers built during the Gold Rush, and a football stadium built on an earthquake fault. America, we can fix it!

Shaky Foundations Season 1, Episode 3 May 8, 2011 $2.99

(Seattle.) Timothy inspects the effects of a famously rainy city, a sea wall in danger of collapse, and a sinking bridge.

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America's Wake Up Call Trailer
02:00 — The inspection of America begins as Timothy uncovers a famous collapse, a reservoir on the verge, and a bridge that could pose a serious danger. Ameri (more…)
A Bridge Too Old Trailer
01:50 — Timothy evaluates a diseased bridge, a critical water system, congested highways, and finds himself in the middle of a dangerous downpour.
Abandoned Trailer
01:58 — Timothy inspects abandoned neighborhoods, faulty power lines, and the effects of ice and snow in a proud city with a great history. America, we can fi (more…)
Gold Rush Sewer Trailer
02:11 — Timothy inspects a deadly gas line, sewers built during the Gold Rush, and a football stadium built on an earthquake fault. America, we can fix it!

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  • Premiered: April 17, 2011
  • Rating: TV-PG
  • Premise: An infrastructure safety inspector evaluates structures across the U.S., and offers his opinion on the dangers they pose and ways they can be repaired. (more)

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