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Viewers have gotten to know professional wrestling champion "Showtime" Eric Young outside the squared circle in the Animal Planet series "Off the Hook: Extreme Catches," which showcases his search for crazy, offbeat fishing techniques. Young turns up the dial on the adrenaline meter in "No Limits" by trying his hand at extreme physical activities with a posse of passionate outdoorsmen and hard-core thrill seekers. Traveling across the U.S. and abroad, Young experiences new highs and discovers wild subcultures and lifestyles. From the intrepid and the insane to the just plain dumb and the all-out dangerous, "Showtime" tests his limitations as never before.

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This one has it all; all of Eric's funniest, most dangerous and most spectacular moments from the show with a few extra never before seen goodies.
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Eric is off to the Pacific Northwest to fulfill a lifelong dream in searching for the fabled, monstrous Sevengill Shark; let's hope Eric finds it before it finds Eric.
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Eric treks to Corpus Christi, Texas, for some shark-fishing along the "shark superhighway"; there's a good chance that Eric could face catastrophe where the desert meets the sea.
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Eric dives through forests of kelp, strong currents and great white sharks to hunt for abalone snails off the coast of Northern California.
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Eric attempts surfcasting, where anglers cast into giant waves while trying not to get pummeled at New York's Fall Blitz, the migration of bluefish and striped bass past Long Island.
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Eric goes on his most extreme fishing adventure yet...for alligators in the swamps of Central Florida; Eric is looking to smack some gators around like they were Matt Hardy.
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Eric is off to Puerto Rico for some underwater spear-fishing called "Blue Water Hunting" in the middle of the ocean, miles from shore. Don't drown or blackout out there Eric! Swim to the light!
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Eric goes 600 feet underground to explore a century old abandoned mine and then heads to Nevada to find deadly spiders for anti-venom research.
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Eric joins Jory Pearson for some shark fishing in the Gulf of Mexico...in a rowboat.
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Eric faces frigid temperatures and complete isolation to battle the invasive and terrorizing Northern Pike in the barren Alaskan wilderness.
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Eric treks to Mexico with the goal being to catch a large striped marlin ... from a small kayak.
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Eric heads to Death Valley to try his hand at sand boarding and later to Chandler for some ostrich racing.
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Eric enters a lumberjack competition in Tennessee against the most rugged hombres in the backwoods where he will throw axes, climb trees and roll logs against the best in the country.
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Eric is on a pilgrimage to Moab, Utah where he will try his hand...and feet at highlining, walking on a thin rope over a deep canyon; a much longer drop than the top of a steel cage.

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Professional wrestler "Showtime" Eric Young, a novice outdoorsman, hosts this series in which he travels across the country to learn about some of the most extreme fishing techniques some people have come up with to try to catch the big one, including using pantyhose to catch sharks in the Atlantic Ocean and launching live bait with fire extinguishers on Lake Michigan. But Young doesn't just learn about these MacGyver-esque fishing techniques, he also tries his hand at each one. As Young puts it, he's "setting out to do some of the world's wildest, craziest fishing techniques." Crazy is definitely a good word to describe some of the methods.
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Popular Animal Planet personality Jeremy Wade, the nine-season star of the network's top-rated series "River Monsters," returns to waterways across the globe to investigate reports of the unimaginable and unexplained. He takes viewers on journeys beneath the water to remote areas, to islands lost in time and out into the open ocean to investigate reports that include entire fish species suddenly disappearing; unexplained sightings of mythical beasts; once thriving rivers now empty; and genetic oddities that may have produced the biggest monsters yet.
Fishing for bluefin tuna is a way of life for many residents of Gloucester, Mass. "Wicked Tuna" takes viewers into the unrelenting North Atlantic waters infamously spotlighted by the novel-turned-feature film "The Perfect Storm," to follow captains who are relied upon by their families, their shipmates, and by Gloucester itself, to haul in boatloads of the large but elusive bluefin. The pressure to deliver is unforgiving -- the fishing season is short and tuna populations are dwindling -- but one "monstah" catch can reel in just as large of a payday.
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Even a little local knowledge can be the difference between making or breaking a fishing expedition. That's the attitude veteran anglers Ali Hussainy and Rush Maltz celebrate on this show. The friends from opposite ends of the country -- Ali is a Californian, while Rush is from the Florida Keys -- explore their home grounds as well as exotic hot spots, seeking out unique aspects and hidden jewels of each destination. The also recognize the characters who pursue a lifelong addiction to fishing and the outdoors. "We want to eat and hang out where the locals do," Rush says. "That is where the real fishing stories are told."
Famed survivalist Bear Grylls says goodbye to Hollywood and takes celebrities on journeys into some of the wildest locations in the United States and around the world. Whether it's searching for food in the most remote environments or battling intense weather, each episode chronicles the celebrity's experience of pushing their body and mind to the limit to successfully complete the adventure.
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On a mission to trade the daily grind for daring, globe-trotting adventures, adrenaline-fueled buddies Matt Galland, Danny Bryson and Blake Josephson go all-in: They trek 100 miles in the wild in a maximum of four days and self-film the escapades. While the mission is straightforward, the trips come with twists and turns like brutal terrain, unpredictable weather and encounters with wild animals, while hunger, dehydration, hypothermia and infighting are also daily threats. "100 Miles From Nowhere" -- from the producers of "Naked and Afraid" -- features episodes filmed in Oregon, Arizona, Idaho, Mexico and Chile, plus the guys' home state of Utah. During each expedition, the threesome rely on bear boxes dropped about every 25 miles. The boxes contain food and other supplies and serve as motivation to reach the next destination.