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Re-creating the annual journey of more than a million wildebeests across Africa, 20 men and women attempt to complete the 200-mile, six-week trek on foot without weapons, maps or compasses. The human herd -- a mix of ex-special forces operatives, survivalists, athletes, scientists and others -- must brave harsh elements, lethal apex predators and one another as it navigates north through scorched Serengeti plains to reach the Mara River, the pinnacle of the wildebeests' death-defying quest for life. As exhaustion, hunger or injury thins the herd, the hard-core elite who remain push the limits of the human spirit and capability in Africa's most unforgiving region.

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aired 141 days ago
A member with an infected leg and another with dysentery and dehydration struggle with the decision to tap out or go on with only 32 miles until the finish line.
aired 141 days ago
The herd increases pace, but hunger has a serious effect on a diabetic member and a doctor is called; rising tensions cause the herd to split, but when their best defense is their size, and sticking together is vital.
aired 156 days ago
Danger, exhausting terrain and hunger push tensions higher and the group begins to crack under the pressure; two members are injured by a warthog; a new river presents the daunting threat of hippos.
aired 156 days ago
The savage landscape takes a toll as one of the strongest members of the herd faints, the herd struggles with extreme hunger, faces a soaring cliff face and crosses a croc-infested river.
aired 206 days ago
The herd decides camp for the night after entering challenging new terrain, but when a sudden downpour threatens to extinguish their fire, they face their greatest fear - a pride of lions in the pitch black.
aired 213 days ago
With no map or compass, the humans join the largest mammal migration across the Serengeti, attempting to navigate north through lethal open plains while facing thirst, apex predators and each other.

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