Matt and Joe take on the wintry mountains of Wyoming; the pair risks splitting up, in spite of dangers; additional survival facts and bonus scenes.
EJ and Jeff become stranded and lost in the Okavango Delta in Botswana, where they face bull elephants and territorial 3,000-pound hippopotamuses.
EJ and Jeff find themselves surrounded by African lions while lost in the middle of South Africa's Wild Coast.
In the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, located between Russia and Turkey, EJ and Jeff find themselves in a nightmarish scenario as they're surrounded by 800-pound bears and trapped in a pitch-black cavern.
Alligators and poisonous snakes surround EJ and Jeff in the backwater swamps of Louisiana's Atchafalaya river basin.
EJ and Jeff brave the blazing high desert heat of eastern Utah where they descend a sheer canyon wall, climb the face of a steep mesa and endure a hellish journey.
Army combat veteran EJ Snyder and wilderness survivalist Jeff Zausch must brave venomous pit vipers, fight a wild boar and survive the treacherous terrain in a mile-high Araucaria forest of South America.
Fan favorites EJ Snyder and Jeff Zausch find a way to survive the bone-dry environment in the savannas of Southern Brazil without water or food.
The most innovative survival tricks and approaches to acquiring food, shelter, fire and water in the wilderness.
Grady Powell and Bo McGlone are dropped into separate locations of a Colombian jungle to play out a military operation gone awry, with only a map and machete.
An Air Force veteran and a former Green Beret must navigate the exhausting, snowy terrain of Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains.
Grady and Josh battle crippling altitude sickness and hallucinations while stranded in the high altitudes of the Peruvian Andes.
Shipwrecked on an island in the South China Sea, Grady and Josh demonstrate their resourcefulness by utilizing garbage on the beach to desalinate water, construct shelter, hunt for food, and ultimately signal for rescue.
Grady and Josh face a whiteout blizzard, freezing temps and a run-in with a deadly predator on the slopes of Bulgaria's Rila Mountains.
Grady and Josh slash their way through the Nicaraguan jungle battling snakes, mosquitoes and dehydration; they struggle to start a fire using a soil testing kit, go on a nighttime hunt for caiman and build a raft to cross croc-infested waters.
Grady and Josh work together to navigate the cold, fast-moving rapids while trapped in the jagged canyons of Velebit Mountain in Croatia.
Bill and Grady's partnership is put to the test as they head through a bog, face a storm and journey to the rocky coast of Maine.
Joe struggles to get out of an abandoned mineshaft; a deadly western diamondback rattlesnake becomes dinner, and a cow carcass puts the team's opposing survival tactics to the test.
Dave and Cody find themselves waist deep in what Dave believes is a gator hole.
Dave and Cody head to Belize to take on the survival scenario of being lost divers deep inside a maze of caves.
Cody and Dave face storms and freezing conditions in Nova Scotia, and they set out to scavenge as temperatures plunge.
A behind the scenes look at shooting the show, including interviews with crew and a sneak peek of next season.
Bill and Grady travel through uncharted territory in Cuba, where they encounter crocodiles, mangroves, and fight dehydration.
Bill and Grady tackle Oregon's rocky and arid canyon lands, where environment, lack of resources and exposure will test them.
Grady and Bill fight the bitter cold of Idaho's Sawtooth Mountains, facing a series of roadblocks and a rookie mistake.
In the Namib Desert of southern Africa, Grady and Bill must use a broken down car for fire, shelter and rescue signal.
While stranded in the Zambeze River Basin, Grady and Bill must endure Africa's dry season, when creatures compete for water and sustenance.
In the heart of the Amazon, Grady and Bill commune with animals to navigate the jungle, searching for a river.
Grady and Bill try to get fire in the damp rainforest while they are stranded in Chile; Grady and Bill use a primitive fire and hunt to help with their survival.
Grady and Bill are dropped onto a glacial volcanic peak in the Chilean Andes, where they must endure heavy snowfall and sub-freezing temperatures.
In the Bolivian Andes, Joe and Matt battle against dehydration and altitude through toxic water and mountain peaks.
Joe and Matt undertake an escape and evasion scenario on the border between Texas and Mexico without their knives.
Matt and Joe take on an injury that requires medical intervention, while they are caught in a thick jungle.
Matt and Joe are caught in open water, and must contend with prowling sharks, razor-sharp coral and unpredictable weather.
In the scrubland of Namibia, Joe and Matt work to escape, but run into trouble with baboons and nature.
Joe endures the rocky terrain, dense forest and animal threats in the Himalayas, while Matt searches for spiritual enlightenment.
While stranded in the snowy mountains of Wyoming, Matt and Joe face hypothermia and predatory mountain lions; they also find a use for a broken snowmobile and make a shelter in the snow before they are rescued in Wyoming.
The guys find a use for a broken snowmobile and make a shelter in the snow.
Matt and Joe are marooned on a rocky coast in the Pacific Northwest. They must decide whether to hunker down or travel deeper into one of the darkest, wettest forest in the United States.
While in the rainforest of Costa Rica, Matt and Joe battle torrential rains, deadly insects and raging rapids.
Joe and Matt cross a volcanic island covered with jungle and water-filled canyons, where setbacks fuel a rift.
While on a tropical volcano, Matt and Joe must navigate toward the coast through rainforest, steep-walled gorges and waterfalls.
While stranded in a black water swamp in southern Georgia, Joe and Matt find themselves in alligator territory.
While marooned on a barren island, Matt and Joe risk a swim in shark-infested waters and fight for life-sustaining basics.
Matt and Joe are determined to survive in the Appalachian Mountains of Pennsylvania.
Matt and Joe find themselves in the fjords of New Zealand with landslides, freezing temperatures and limited supplies.
Joe and Matt travel through the Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania, contending with freezing rain, steep ravines and bears.
Joe and Matt attempt to survive in the harsh terrain of southern Utah without knives or modern supplies.
Joe and Matt hunt their target into unfamiliar territory.
While stranded in Vietnam, Joe and Matt face the hottest month of the year in South East Asia.
Joe and Matt must descend slippery cliffs in extreme conditions.
Joe and Matt battle darkness and risk drowning while trapped in a labyrinth of underground tunnels.
Joe tries to locate his new partner, who is on an uninhabited island off the coast of Panama.
The partnership of Cody and Joe approaches the end.
Joe and Cody are stranded in the mountains of Norway where they butt heads over survival strategies.
Joe and Cody traverse a desert and venture into the mountains of Oman, showing how nomads have survived for millennia.
Joe faces elephants, and is forced off a cliff; Cody masters an ancient fire piston; the duo crosses a crocodile-infested lake.
Stranded in Sri Lanka, Joe and Cody find themselves in a leech-infested jungle.
Joe and Cody are dropped into the damp and treacherous mountains of Northern California; packed with facts, tweets and bonus footage.
Cody and Joe battle hypothermia in the snow covered Rocky Mountains of Colorado; with facts, tweets and bonus footage.
Joe and Cody brave shark-infested waters and tropical storms while marooned on a deserted island in Fiji. With bonus footage, facts and tweets.
Joe and Cody brave shark-infested waters and tropical storms while marooned on a deserted island in Fiji.
Beneath the mountains of Romania, Joe and Cody become lost in a labyrinth of underground caves.
Joe and Cody struggle to avoid territorial hippos and herds of elephants while stranded in the middle of Zambia's wild plains.
Tempers flare over different survival tactics as Joe and Cody struggle to escape the Nicaraguan jungle.
Joe and Cody are marooned on the banks of the mighty Amazon River and surrounded by an unforgiving jungle.
Joe and Cody lock heads over priorities while trying to survive the jungle of an uninhabited Hawaiian island.
Deep in New Mexico's Chihuahuan Desert, Joe struggles to escape from an abandoned mineshaft; rattlesnake is on the menu.
Stranded in the South African bush, Joe and Cody struggle against deadly predators -- both animal and human.
The Atacama Desert in Chile.
Dual Survival is back with a brand new partner for Cody Lundin, Special Operations veteran Joe Teti.
Surviving the isolated woods of Northern Maine.
Dave and Cody play out the survival scenario of two kayakers who are dumped into a cold river after sundown.
Dave and Cody attempt to escape a hippo-infested marshland armed with only a dying GPS and some waterlogged binoculars.
Dave and Cody demonstrate how to survive in the scorched desert of Baja, Mexico.
How to survive being stranded on a deserted jungle island in the South Pacific.
Dave and Cody take on the wet cloud forests of Panama armed with only a poncho, a specimen jar and a broken lighter.
Cody and Dave, armed with nothing but a machete, try to survive dehydration and hungry predators in South Africa's bush country.
Two ranchers try to survive being stranded on the Plains in the dead of winter with only an ax head, a bison hide, a glass jar, a tin box, and a steel striker.
Dave and Cody show how to survive the Thailand jungle using gear that tourist might carry on a day trip.
Dave and Cody become Airboaters in the Everglades, get stuck and have to find shelter in the dangerous swamp.
David and Cody show how to survive the harsh Rocky Mountains.
How lost hunters can survive in the harsh conditions of Tierra Del Fuego, how to survive and extreme injury.
Code and Dave wade through piranha-infested water in Brazil's Pantanal.
Cody and Dave find survival resources in the trash in a hurricane's aftermath.
Dave and Cody must use navigation skills and avoid hypothermia and signal for rescue when stranded in the Pacific Northwest rainforest.
Dave and Cody must trek through tough Arizona terrain to find each other before making their way back to civilization.
Cody and Dave take on a 1,000 square mile labyrinth of water channels and bogs in the Louisiana bayou.
Dave and Cody take on a lost hiker scenario in the jungles of Laos.
Dave and Cody head to the Valley of the Volcanoes in Peru to demonstrate desert survival.
Equipped with only dive gear, Dave and Cody must find their way out of a maze of caves in Belize.
Dave and Cody are stranded on top of a mountain in New Zealand with limited supplies.
Cody and Dave must use items salvaged from a life raft to find shelter, food and water on a deserted island off the coast of Nova Scotia.
Viewers choose the biggest fights from the series; a preview of the upcoming season.
En los Andes Bolivianos, Joe y Matt luchan contra la deshidratación y la altitud a través de agua tóxica y picos de montaña.
Joe y Matt se comprometen en un escenario de escape y evasión en la frontera entre Texas y México sin sus cuchillos.
Matt y Joe sufren una lesión que requiere intervención médica, mientras están atrapados en una selva espesa.
Matt y Joe están atrapados en aguas abiertas, y deben lidiar con tiburones merodeando, coral afilado y clima impredecible.
Joe y Matt intentan sobrevivir en las duras condiciones que ofrece la tierra del sur del estado de Utah, y ni siquiera cuentan con cuchillos para lograrlo.
Joe y Matt deben descender los acantilados resbaladizas en condiciones extremas.
La sociedad entre Cody y Joe se acerca al final.
Cuando Joe y Cody están conectados por una cuerda en un glaciar, se destacan los estilos de sobrevivencia diferentes de ellos.
Joe y Cody atraviesan un desierto y se aventuran en las montañas de Omán, mostrando cómo los nómadas han sobrevivido durante milenios.
Joe enfrenta elefantes y es forzado por un precipicio; Cody doma un antiguo pistón de fuego; el dúo cruza un lago infestado por cocodrilos.
El naturalista Cody Lundin y su nuevo compañero Joseph Teti, ex miembro de las Fuerzas Especiales del ejército estadounidense, se encuentran en un manglar de Sri Lanka, infestado de cocodrilos y sanguijuelas.
Coronel Leite y Leo Rocha muestran lo que dos piragüistas, después de un accidente, pueden hacer para sobrevivir al frio intenso.
Joe y Cody son abandonados en los bancos del poderoso Río Amazonas y rodeados por una selva implacable.
Joe y Cody chocan por las prioridades al tratar de sobrevivir la selva de una isla hawaiana inhabitada.
Cody y Joe simulan la experiencia de dos parapentistas caídos en una montaña del desierto de Atacama en Chile; esta región es la más árida del mundo y los dos tendrán que sacar todo de utilidad del parapente y salir en búsqueda de agua y seguridad.