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Big Timber

Big Timber

  • Premiered: 
    October 8, 2020
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  • Network: History Canada
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
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  • Subject Matter: Workplace
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Plot Synopsis

BIG TIMBER is a one-hour reality series that follows the dangerous work of logger and sawmill owner Kevin Wenstob as he and his crew go to extremes to keep the family sawmill -- and their way of life -- alive. Kevin's logging a remote timber claim high up the steep, rugged slopes of Klitsa Mountain, deep in the majestic heart of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. It's home to some of the best wood in the world and Kevin's making a big bet to get it. His goal is to get 200 truckloads off before winter shuts him down, but the mountain won't give it up without a fight. With his wife Sarah, his son Erik, and his right-hand man Coleman by his side, Kevin will do whatever it takes to get that big timber! BIG TIMBER had its U.S. premiere on Friday, July 2, 2021, as Netflix released the entire 10-episode first season.
Season 2 of BIG TIMBER made its U.S. debut on Wednesday, July 13, 2022, as Netflix released all eight episodes of the new season. With Kevin's new claim inaccessible and a massive government penalty looming, he and Sarah will need a plan B to keep their business afloat. Kevin's claim remains buried under snow. Desperate for red cedar to sell, he looks for creative ways to supply the mill. With his lumber claim still inaccessible, Kevin kicks his log salvaging operation into high gear. Kevin, Jake and Erik scour the coast for red cedar. A long-time millhand says farewell, leaving Sarah short-staffed and eager to hire more help.

Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Corus Entertainment


  • Wenstob Timber Resources - Vancouver Island, British Columbia USA