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We don't like those reality shows or tv shows with no content at all. But when it is an outdoor show, of course, we do like them. We watched some of them on TV years ago and we watched some of them online. These are our favorite ones, maybe you know most of them, but still if you wanna check any of them, it will worth it!

NAKED AND AFRAID - 2013 | 12 seasons

Network: Discovery Channel

Discovery Channel takes the ubiquitous survival show theme to the next level by stripping it to its bare essentials. In "Naked and Afraid," complete strangers -- usually a man and a woman -- meet in a very unique way: They're stranded in a dangerous, desolate location, without food or water, and they are completely naked. Each episode follows the adventurers as they plan to survive on their own with nothing but a private item and therefore the knowledge that the sole prize is their pride and sense of accomplishment. Because there's no other choice, competitors quickly get to understand each other -- and their surroundings -- and hope that their instincts, survival skills and intestinal fortitude serve them well.

OUT OF THE WILD - 2008 | 3 seasons

Network: Discovery Channel

Out of the Wild (known within the first season solely as The Alaska Experiment) is a Discovery Channel reality television series. The primary and second seasons followed volunteers from urbanized backgrounds as they use survival skills within the back-country of Alaska during the autumn and winter. The third season saw a relocation of the series to Venezuela, while keeping the same general format of season 2. The series was produced by Ricochet within the first season, and by Pilgrim Films in seasons 2 and 3.

ALONE IN THE WILD - 2009 | 1 season

Network: Discovery Channel, Channel 4

Filmmaker Ed Wardle has documented many extreme adventures, including an expedition to the North Pole and two treks to the summit of Everest. Yet "Alone in the Wild" chronicles his toughest challenge so far, as he attempts to survive for three 3 in the Yukon Territory in the summer of 2009, bringing the 38-year-old to the edge of his technical and physical abilities.

DUAL SURVIVAL - 2010 | 3 seasons

Network: Discovery Channel

Surviving among the distraught is some distance beyond a precise science. Beyond the fundamentals of finding water, food, shelter yet eventually help, opinions differ. Two experts tell how they think it's done in this series, as initial episodes feature skilled survivalists Dave Canterbury then Cody Lundin demonstrating the abilities or innovative thinking as perform help some cope into hard surroundings. Equipped with minimal gear, the pair are left in remote locations - an uninhabited island off Nova Scotia, a New Zealand mountaintop, extreme into the Everglades, the hurst on Thailand, or the wilderness on Baja California to name a few - where they battle the elements and sometimes each other. Third season introduces US Special Ops veteran Joseph Teti to replace Canterbury, in the middle of Season 4 primitive survivalist Matt Graham of Discovery's `Dude, You're Screwed' replaces Lundin, then partway through Season 5 the presenters become former US Army Green Beret Grady Powell and survivalist Bill McConnell.

RAY MEARS' BUSHCRAFT - 2004 | 2 seasons

Networks: BBC, Discovery Channel, BBC Two

Bushcraft is a survival TV series hosted by Ray Mears. The series airs on the BBC in the UK, it was also shown on Discovery Channel in the US, Canada, India, Italy, Brazil, New Zealand, Australia, Czech Republic, Norway, Sweden, The Netherlands, Romania and Russia. Following on from Extreme Survival, Bushcraft was first shown in 2004, and ended in 2005.

ALASKA : THE LAST FRONTIER - 2011 | 9 seasons

Network: Discovery Channel

The Kilcher family lives the frontier life in a homestead close to Homer, Alaska, and deals with daily challenges without the use of modern amenities.

MAN, WOMAN, WILD - 2010 | 2 seasons

Network: Discovery Channel

Teamwork in a survival situation is of absolute importance. But what happens if the team consists of a mismatched husband and wife, trying to survive in solid outdoor conditions while rarely seeing eye to eye? That's the concept among `Man, Woman, Wild', that features former Special Forces survival expert Mykel Hawke and his wife, Ruth, a journalist, who are plunked in a faraway area for four days and nights. From building a shelter to hunting for food to finding a way out, Mykel and Ruth must find common ground as he teaches her the skills to be able to survive in the wildest places on Earth.

MANTRACKER - 2006 | 7 seasons

Networks: OLN, Science Channel, Discovery Channel, Citytv

Try to outrun a cowboy. Not the easiest of games, but doable. And here's the twist: It's you vs nature, time and Terry Grant, a veteran outdoorsman who knows nature like the back of his hand. And the real crux is that contestants rearly have any outdoor experience. Sounds crazy, but here's the prize: a big nothing. Absolutely nothing except that you outwit your surroundings and the predator.

SURVIVORMAN - 2004 | 7 seasons

Networks: Discovery Channel, OLN

Outdoorsman and survival expert Les Stroud permits himself to be stranded for a week in a remote location with no equipment or supplies apart from his one-man camera rig, documenting his experience and providing insight into how to manage whatever hurdles the wilderness might throw at him.

MAN VS WILD (ULTIMATE SURVIVAL) - 2006 | 7 seasons

Networks: Discovery Channel, Channel 4

Man vs. Wild, also called Born Survivor: Bear Grylls, Ultimate Survival, Survival Game, Real Survival Hero, or colloquially as simply Bear Grylls in the United Kingdom, is a survival television series hosted by Bear Grylls on the Discovery Channel. In the United Kingdom, the series was originally shown on Channel 4, but later series were broadcast on Discovery Channel UK. The series was produced by the British TV production company Diverse Bristol. The show was first broadcast on 10 November 2006 after airing a pilot episode titled "The Rockies" on 10 March 2006.

In a special first aired on 2 June 2009, Will Ferrell joined Grylls on a survival trip to Northern Sweden. Grylls also said he has been approached about doing a Man vs. Wild urban disaster 3-D feature film, an idea he said he would "really like to do." Ben Stiller also signed on for an episode later in the year. Grylls signed on to showcase urban survival techniques in a new Discovery show called Worst-Case Scenario, which premiered on 5 May 2010 on the network. In March 2012, Discovery Channel terminated its contract with Grylls due to contract disputes, effectively canceling the series. On 10 Apr. 2019 Netflix brought Bear Grylls back to the wilderness by You vs. Wild which contains 8 episodes.


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