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The survivalist takes people on a personal journey to face their fears and overcome their phobias.

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aired 224 days ago
Bear Grylls exposes Mike and Maricela to their fears -- trees and insects -- hoping the exposure can help the duo overcome them.
aired 224 days ago
Bear Grylls meets two men, Mark and Mike, who fear confined spaces and takes them deep into the most frightening caves he can find.
aired 224 days ago
Bear Grylls heads high into the Italian Dolomites, where he pushes Joe and Claire to confront the fear that limit their lives.
aired 224 days ago
Bear sends Joe and Neo into the Mexican jungle, with its super-sized rodents and spiders.
aired 224 days ago
Bear Grylls tries to help Jim and Toby overcome their fear of strange foods and germs, hoping to stamp out their worries for good.
aired 224 days ago
New Yorker Ray and Ugur from Holland are both terrified of water; Bear Grylls tries to help them to overcome their fears in the fast flowing waterways of Mexico.

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