The Travel Channel premiered a three-hour block of Extreme RVs shows on Jan. 29 featuring an array of recreational vehicles and mammoth motorhomes including X-Factor producer Simon Cowell’s Anderson Mobile Estate; a 45-foot long, $320,000 Class 8 motorhome conversion on a Freightliner Coronado chassis from Middlebury, Ind.-based Show Hauler Motorhome Conversions; and the pop-top Cricket travel trailer that was inspired by NASA’s Space Exploration Vehicle (SEV).

According to the RVing Examiner, the Extreme RVs show was produced by North Hills, California-based Brentwood Communications International Inc. (BCII) who also produce a number of automotive-based prime-time cable TV shows including American Trucker, Hot Rod TV, Car Crazy (all on SPEED) and Rides and Overhaulin’ (TLC).

BCII said the first episodes of the Extreme RVs show will feature “nine different RV builds ranging from massive multi-million dollar star trailers to extreme off-road capable exploration vehicles. It will also feature some unique trailer builds including an extreme vintage trailer makeover.”

To view videos on the Extreme RVs website click here.