Daredevil Nik Wallenda explains his family’s long history of walking the wire.
What kind of person attempts to walk across the Grand Canyon without a harness?
Nik explains how a lifetime of training brings him the confidence he needs.
Get inside the head of Nik Wallenda as he prepares to cross the Grand Canyon.
Nik Wallenda talks about his daring walk across the Grand Canyon.
Nik Wallenda takes the first steps onto the wire spanning the Grand Canyon.
Walking on a cable above the Grand Canyon is just another day at the office.
Nik Wallenda's dad, Terry Troffer, talks about what Nik was like as a kid.
Discover what it’s like to walk 1,500 feet above the Grand Canyon.
Find out if it is possible to ride a motorcycle on water!
Toni Collette talks to the ladies about her new film "The Way, Way Back", her TV show "Hostages" and she shares her favorite summer vacation memory!
Lost in the wilderness, Adam and Jamie survive the desert, repel down canyon cliff-faces, and brave Class 5 rapids, all with duct tape and bubble wrap. Guest appearance by Nik Wallenda, famous tightrope walker, who has his own way to traverse the canyon.
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Nik and team travel to Branson, Missouri where he attempts a stunt in which he hangs down from a high-flying helicopter using only his mouth and a specially-fitted prosthetic. Midair acrobatics, a first for Nik, put the family on edge.
Nik Wallenda, descendent of the legendary Flying Wallenda acrobatic troupe, just crossed Niagara Falls on a tightrope. Follow Nik and his family as they
Follow Nik and his family as they create spectacular acts that cheat death through science, skill and discipline. From wind speed analysis to engineering explosives, Nik carries on his family's legacy, pushing the limits of science further than ever before. For Nik and the Wallenda family, even under the toughest of circumstances, the show must go on.
Before his historical attempt at Niagara, Nik Wallenda seeks to break the world record for the highest bicycle ride on a wire at Atlantis Paradise Island. Later Nik's father is rushed to the hospital leaving Nik wondering if he can still perform safely.
Nik battles harsh wind in Atlantic City as he attempts to perform the Wheel of Death over the rooftop of the Tropicana Hotel, 28 stories high. Just like on the wire at Niagara Falls, one slip on the giant, rotating axle means certain death for Nik.
Nik Wallenda and his team go to Santa Cruz where they must engineer a motorcycle to spin 360 degrees around a wire with Nik aboard and his wife Erendira on a trapeze underneath. Unlike Nik's solo stunt at Niagara Falls, this time two lives are at stake.
Niagara Falls isn't the only famous stunting destination Nik Wallenda tries to master. He travels to Puerto Rico to recreate the wire walk where his great-grandfather Karl fell to his death.Then emotions fly when Nik's mom wants to join him on the wire.
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