Xtreme Waterparks is American Action TV series. Produced by High Noon Entertainment. Stars: D. Reed Hutchison, Travis Heath, Scott Taylor. It first aired on Jul 08, 2012, on Travel Channel. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.3 *.
How Many Seasons Of Xtreme Waterparks Are There: 7 (59 episodes)
|Season 8|| |
|Season 7|| |
Season premieres on July 9, 2017
Travel Channel, 11 episodes
|Season 6|| |
Season premieres on January 1, 2017
Returns: June 4, 2017
Finale: July 2, 2017
Travel Channel, 18 episodes
|Season 5|| |
2016, Travel Channel, 7 episodes
|Season 4|| |
2015, Travel Channel, 6 episodes
|Season 3|| |
2014, Travel Channel, 6 episodes
|Season 2|| |
2013, Travel Channel, 9 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2012, Travel Channel, 7 episodes
Xtreme Waterparks is on Travel Channel (United States) Sundays at 6 pm
Season 7 Episode 11 (Raging Rapids) - Air Date: Aug 27, 2017 (about a year ago)
Xtreme Waterparks: Season Five Starts This Weekend on Travel Channel - canceled TV shows - TV Series Finale - according to Tvseriesfinale
At 830 feet long, “Maximum Velocity” at Wet ‘n’ Wild in Phoenix is the fourth longest water coaster in the world, and the first and only water slide of its kind. On this side-by-side dueling water coaster, thrill seekers race in two-person rafts down two side-by-side slide tracks. Plummeting through six steep drops with six peaks and six tunnels, the slide twists and turns riders through two 180-degree turns while jets hurl tubes uphill at 33 miles per hour.
Xtreme Waterparks, Top Secret Swimming Holes: Travel Channel Renews Water-Themed Shows - canceled TV shows - TV Series Finale - via Tvseriesfinale
The renewals come after the conclusion of Travel Channel’s highly rated water-themed programming event, “Dive Into Summer,” which reportedly received nearly 10 million viewers between June and August.
A boy was decapitated on a waterslide. Now the ride's 'visionary' creator faces a murder charge. - according to Washingtonpost
On Verrückt, groups of riders first zoomed down a nearly vertical, 168-foot main descent. Then they ascended 50 feet above the ground, propelled by inertia and “a series of high-pressure water blasters,” according to the indictment. But in some instances, instead of sliding straight down, the rafts went airborne — a major design flaw that investigators say the company had known about, tried unsuccessfully to fix and eventually ignored.