Watch on YouTube TV

Outback Wrangler

Watch live TV from 70+ networks
Free unlimited cloud DVR storage space
6 accounts per household included
$49.99/month.
Cancel anytime.
Raised on the rugged plains of Australia, Matt Wright had plenty of jobs -- horse wrangler, Australian Army soldier, crocodile egg collector -- that helped develop his passion and skills for a career as a helicopter pilot and wildlife relocator. Featured in half-hour episodes of "Outback Wrangler," Wright tracks down, captures, and transports a diverse range of dangerous animals, including crocodiles, wild buffalo and even polar bears, that are posing a threat to people. As a chopper pilot he is able to access areas that would otherwise be impossible to reach. Matt's goal, he says, is based on the preservation of wildlife: to remove and relocate problem animals rather than kill them.

Latest episodes

VOD available
Matt Wright and the team set sail to the Tiwi Islands to relocate a massive croc.
aired 39 days ago
Resort manager John calls in Matt and the team to ensure the safety of his guests.
VOD available
Matt and the team are clearing 15-foot crocs from water holes near a remote cattle station.
VOD available
Remote pearl farm workers are spooked by a large croc hanging around their boats.
VOD available
A croc that has been stalking fishing boats needs to be moved before someone gets hurt.
VOD available
Matt and the team must separate crocs from cattle in the crowded waterholes.
VOD available
During peak tourist season, Matt receives a call about a huge saltwater crocodile that has launched itself into the back of a fishing boat.
aired 72 days ago
Matt must figure out how to get an agitated killer under control and out of harm's way, but the 15-foot crocodile proves to be a major challenge.
aired 73 days ago
Simon and Lauren's station sits on the bank of the Roper River; To protect their children from crocs during the wet season, when the river rises 30 feet up to their back door, the pair seek help from Matt and his traps.
aired 73 days ago
Matt responds to a call about a possible sighting of a legendary crocodile.
aired 74 days ago
Matt and friends race against time to relocate 30 crocodiles in the Mary River.
aired 74 days ago
Matt Wright relocates problem crocodiles from the Marty River to safer areas.
VOD available
Matt Wright is called in to clear any big crocs on the iconic Victoria River Downs Ranch.
VOD available
A monster croc has been spotted with a fully grown cow in its mouth.
aired 75 days ago
Matt Wright searches for a crocodile that has been destroying his traps.
aired 75 days ago
Matt Wright and his team try to control a crocodile population in a water system that is alongside a large cattle station.
aired 75 days ago
With too many on one ranch, it's time to call in some young blood to help catch some crocs; on another ranch, Matt shows an owner and his family how dangerous it is in the river.
aired 75 days ago
Matt, Jono and Willow must work out how to recatch a few runaway cow-killing crocs.
aired 76 days ago
Matt Wright helps relocate problem crocodiles from a friend's land; the relocation becomes urgent when two dogs go into the dam and only one come out.
aired 76 days ago
Fisherman report a large crocodile menacing them down on the river.
aired 76 days ago
Two outback ranches have got some big issues with big crocs; camping by the river is not an option until they're gone.

Similar on YouTube TV

Various networks
Carrying on late wildlife conservationist Steve Irwin's mission to bring people closer to animals is now the mission of his family. Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin return to Animal Planet, giving viewers access to their wildlife adventures around the world and the amazing animals that continue to inspire their conservation efforts. The series features the family caring for more than 1,200 animals at the Australia Zoo; overseeing a world-class wildlife hospital, the largest of its kind in the world; and conducting high-level global expeditions.
While Rocky the dog and Fluffy the cat are easily welcomed in a home, there are animals, of course, that require a reasonable degree of human separation. When that space gets too close for comfort, it's time to call for help. On this series, four teams of animal relocators are followed as they respond to frantic calls from people who have come into unwanted contact with critters, creepy crawlies and other nuisance wildlife. Rattlesnake in the backyard? Skunk hiding out in the kitchen? Dealing with desperate, outrageous and dangerous situations, the rescuer's main objective is to keep both animals and people safe.
Various networks
Global explorer/wildlife biologist Niall McCann tracks down the largest, fiercest animals in the world to learn more about their behavior and habitat. His conservation research takes him to the swamps of Venezuela to catch giant anacondas, into the jungles of Nepal to follow fearsome predators like the royal Bengal tiger, and to Australia's Northern Territory to wrestle with deadly saltwater crocodiles. McCann also studies human encounters with abnormally big or dangerous animals in the places he visits.
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.
Extreme survivalists go head to head in a race across the Alaska wild. Using ingenuity, experience and just the gear they can carry in their packs, the participants have 60 hours to reach the finish point of each leg of the adventure -- the series features 13 legs -- and in addition to navigating treacherous glaciated river valleys, barren ridgelines, and high mountain peaks, the challengers battle hunger, dangerous predators and unpredictable weather. There is no grand prize awaiting each leg's winner, other than the pride of accomplishing a grueling feat. For season three, the 12 competitors are divided equally into four teams -- Military, Endurance, Alaskans and Lower 48.