Five Automotive Series from Brenton Productions Renewed for MotorTrend TV and the MotorTrend App in 2021
TAMPA, FL (11/17/2020) – Five automotive series from Brenton Productions have been renewed for both MotorTrend TV and the MotorTrend App, the leading subscription streaming service dedicated entirely to the motoring world. The returning series include long-running shows Two Guys Garage, Truck U, All Girls Garage and Car Fix.
“We’re so proud to continue our longstanding relationship with the largest automotive media company in the world,” says Chris Crean, SVP of Sales and Marketing for Brenton Productions. “We are thrilled that our series allow us to educate, entertain, and inspire loyal viewers alongside the many iconic MotorTrend brands.”
Two Guys Garage will be celebrating its 20th season on the air. The series, in which expert gearheads Kevin Byrd and Willie B share their wealth of technical knowledge through DIY tips, demonstrations, and deep dives into the latest aftermarket innovations, can trace its roots back to Shadetree Mechanic, the first automotive how-to TV show with products and brands integrated into the storyline.
Returning with Truck U, a series now entering its 17th season, will be monster-truck expert Matt Steele (Dirty Mudder Truckers) and master mechanic Bruno Massel (Garage Squad) tackling truck, Jeep, and off-road projects with humor and fun.
All Girls Garage will return for its 10th season with Bogi Lateiner and Faye Hadley, accomplished automotive technicians who break down complex projects into DIY-friendly steps while showcasing each woman’s unique automotive expertise. Lateiner, who has been with the show since it began, will celebrate 10 years at All Girls Garage.
Car Fix will also enter its 10th season with award-winning builders Bryan Fuller and Jeremy Bumpus, as they continue to take on classic restorations, power and performance upgrades, high-end fabrication and more.
FourWheeler starring Ian Johnson will return for a third season, continuing to capture the off-road lifestyle with projects ranging from slow-moving rock crawlers to high-horsepower hill-climbers and everything in between.
About Brenton Productions
Established in 1992, Brenton Productions has created more than 17,000 hours of some of the world’s most compelling how-to automotive programming on networks including Speed Channel, Velocity, and MotorTrend. Brenton’s programs air worldwide in regions including UK/Ireland, Nordic, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America, and have covered on-location events such as the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, the Hot Rod Power Tour, the Turkey Rod Run, and the SEMA Show.