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Episodes of "Naked and Afraid" with additional content.

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aired 439 days ago
Revisiting "Naked and Afraid" tap-out survivors to see how they are now; torrential downpours and windstorms push starving survivalists Rylie and Kyle to their breaking points in the Honduran jungle.
aired 439 days ago
Revisiting "Naked and Afraid" tap-out survivors to see how they are now; a freak injury puts super-fan survivalists Maci and Justin at risk as they attempt to survive the treacherous Nicaraguan jungle for 14 days.
aired 439 days ago
Revisiting "Naked and Afraid" tap-out survivors to see how they are now; Gabrielle and Brian face deadly snakes, unrelenting mosquitos, nocturnal predators, and a relentless week-long thunderstorm in the Mississippi swamps.
aired 439 days ago
Revisiting "Naked and Afraid" tap-out survivors to see how they are now; tormented by crocodiles and howler monkeys in the Nicaraguan jungle, one survivalist gets a third-degree sunburn while the other's life is threatened by a mysterious illness.
aired 439 days ago
Revisiting "Naked and Afraid" tap-out survivors to see how they are now; a category-five hurricane blasts through the camp of Amal and Duke as they endure venomous spiders, insects and nocturnal predators in the swamps of Florida.
aired 439 days ago
Revisiting "Naked and Afraid" tap-out survivors to see how they are now; Max and Bianca face off with aggressive caiman, boa constrictors, large spiders, and thorny mangroves in this super-fan challenge on a tropical island in Panama.
aired 439 days ago
Revisiting "Naked and Afraid" tap-out survivors to see how they are now; in a haunted Mayan jungle, an injury tests the resolve of survivalists Leah and Caesar; they contend with suffocating humidity and hungry predators.

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