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Noted survivalist and adventurer Bear Grylls presents footage of great escapes and near-death experiences in this program that sees other people in danger instead of Bear. The people who survived the events in the videos -- including runaway cars, animal attacks, and parachutes that don't open -- tell the stories behind what happened to them. Episodes also feature experts offering survival tips and how-to advice for viewers. At the end of each episode, Bear chooses his favorite clip that aired during the show.

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Bear presents clips of extreme survivors who have endured forces of nature.
aired 970 days ago
Bear presents amazing clips of extreme survivors who get into trouble in water.
aired 970 days ago
Bear presents clips of ultimate survivors who survive shocking aerial accidents.
aired 970 days ago
Bear shares clips of people who have survived the game of man versus beast.
aired 970 days ago
Bear presents clips of survivors on the highways, including a plane making an emergency landing.
aired 970 days ago
Bear Grylls presents amazing clips of extreme survivors who escape a frozen death by the narrowest of margins, including a skier threatened by an avalanche.
aired 970 days ago
Bear Grylls presents clips of survivors in the workplace, including a DJ caught in a huge storm.
aired 971 days ago
Bear presents clips of ultimate survivors of daredevil situations gone wrong; He watches a backpacker's bungee snap, then attempts the same jump.

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