Jesse James Returns to Discovery in an All New Season of Monster Garage

Jesse James is back to create some of most mind-blowing vehicles to ever drive across television screens!

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If you’ve got gasoline running through your veins, then it’s time to get excited. Jesse James is bringing his talents back to Motor Mondays! A brand-new season of the high-octane series, Monster Garage, is returning 14 years after the last episode aired. The beloved American outlaw and founder of West Coast Choppers is back with an upgraded garage, cutting-edge technology and a renewed passion for creating some of most mind-blowing vehicles to ever drive across television screens.

The revamped legendary series will once again focus on transforming regular vehicles into functional machines with a unique purpose while elevating mechanical and automotive vision in the shop. James is once again looking to accomplish the impossible and will be working with some of the most talented craftsmen and women in the country.

In the years since Monster Garage ended, James has traveled the world, expanding his skill set along the way. With new expertise in forging and blacksmithing, Jesse James is more talented than ever. He’s ready to break all the rules when it comes to custom builds. He’s back…and he’s just getting started.

Stay tuned for when you can watch new episodes of Monster Garage in 2020. Follow Discovery Channel on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates.

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