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Before the remaining teams Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls, they'll have to try to stay dry.
On the season finale (Monday at 9/8c, NBC), the competitors must trudge through a waterlogged rainforest. "This is real-man hiking," Team Chris and Jeff says. "Only sissies take trails."
How will Bear Grylls decide who will Get Out Alive?
On the season finale of NBC's reality survival competition show (Monday, 9/8c), the adventure expert will put the final three teams through a rainforest challenge before declaring a winner. At this point in the game, the finalists have proven that they'll do whatever it takes — from trekking across a glacier to eating protein-rich maggots — to survive. Who deserves to walk (or limp) away with the $500,000 prize? TVGuide.com turned to Grylls himself ...
Madeline Mitchell and Ryan Gwin
"I'm about to pass out!"
On Monday's Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls (9/8c, NBC), Alabama pageant queen Madeline isn't handling the rocky helicopter flight very well. Not only do the gusts of wind feel strong enough to topple her out of the aircraft, but the turbulence is bringing back some bad associations from her nearly fatal car crash ...
The survivors could be dead in the water, so to speak, on Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls.
On Monday's episode (9/8c, NBC), Bear Grylls tests the remaining teams swimming prowess in a series of challenges.
Donna Nettles Jackson, Canden Bliss Jackson
One down. Nine more teams to go.
On Monday's all-new episode of Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls (9/8c, NBC), the remaining nine teams must face the jagged terrain in New Zealand to top a cliff. But much like the hobbits in the Lord of the Rings films, the competitors find that this adventure isn't merely uncomfortable — it's exhausting!
Forget Survivor. Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls will be the true test of mental and physical endurance on TV.
NBC's new adventure-reality competition series featuring former Man vs. Wild host Bear Grylls kicks off in July and will pit 10 teams of two against each other to see who has the best survival skills. Expect grueling conditions. Expect danger. Expect tears. Don't expect mercy.
More than a year after the end of Man vs. Wild, adventurer and reality star Bear Grylls will return to TV on NBC on July 8.
Get Out Alive With Bear Grylls follows Grylls as he leads a non-stop extreme-survival journey that tests 10 teams of two as they venture into New Zealand's South Island. Grylls' wildly successful Man vs. Wild was canceled in March 2012 after a...
Man vs. Wild star Bear Grylls is developing a new competition series for NBC called Get Out Alive, Entertainment Weekly reports.
NBC has reportedly ordered eight episodes of the series, which will split contestants into two teams and present them with extreme challenges in the wilderness. The show is expected to premiere next summer.
The Discovery Channel has fired Man vs. Wild star Bear Grylls, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"Due to a continuing contractual dispute with Bear Grylls, Discovery has terminated all current productions with him," a network rep told THR. Grylls apparently wouldn't participate in two upcoming projects for which he was under contract.