Bear Grylls takes the viewer behind the scenes to meet the crew that follows his every step. Whether he's jumping from helicopters or eating the unimaginable, the camera is never far away from the action. Now the crew gets to tell their side of the story.
Over 100 people drown each year in New Zealand, and Bear must cross a raging river on a tree trunk to head toward civilization. On his journey to safety he runs out of water, is forced to climb up active volcanic ranges and scale down a waterfall.
Bear Grylls is in red rock country - southern Utah. Armed only with a lasso he descends a rock pinnacle and gets trapped in a narrow gorge. Crossing an arid wilderness he's left hanging 100 ft above a ravine. And Bear's craziest airplane stunt ever!
Bear Grylls is dropped on an ice cap covering an active volcano. In blizzard conditions he struggles to make headway, and the barren land offers little food. Can he reach civilization when faced with swollen river crossings and ever present flash floods?
Bear Grylls must fling himself out of a plane and parachute to safety to reach this remote area. Crossing the country's highest mountain range and starting a fire in a waterlogged forest are just some of the unpredictable things he faces in this terrain.
Bear brings along actor Jake Gyllenhaal, to test how he measures up to unpredictable and unforgiving Mother Nature. Jake will go where Bear goes and eat whatever Bear eats, if he's going to cope with some of the worst conditions known to man.
From skin diving without a mask in the tropics, to finding water in the desert, this is the best of Bear Grylls' never before seen footage.
Bear Grylls is dropped off the coast of Borneo. Fighting dense jungle and scaling towering escarpments, Bear struggles to find freshwater.
After rappelling into the forbidding Borneo jungle, Bear Grylls descends soaking wet cliffs to battle snakes and leeches.
Bear and his team are in Norway. Armed with the latest technology they create the harshest conditions possible while sensors monitor how Bear copes.
Bear is in Scotland off the coast near Cape Wrath. Spotting a dead seal on the rocks, Bear fashions a wetsuit from its hide and faces a chilly swim.
Bear Grylls is in Arizona showing how to survive in its hundred thousand square miles of scorching deserts and freezing mountains.
Ever wonder who films Bears leaping from helicopters, crossing crocodile infested rivers, sliding down ice falls and generally risk life and limb? In this behind the scenes look you get the chance to meet the team and see how they stay in one piece!
In the Mojave Desert Bear puts himself in the path of a man-made sandstorm takes on the full force of a flashflood and jumps form 30,000 feet; his body is pushed to the limit as the temperature soars from minus 40 to one hundred and ten degrees.
Bear takes two fans into the Canadian wilderness for their ultimate survival challenge. They'll face their fears head on, trek down dangerous glaciers and across a frigid glacial river, build a rustic shelter, and try to swallow typical Bear fare.
Bear Grylls begins his adventure in the snow-capped Caucasus Mountains of the Georgian Republic by driving a snowmobile out the back of a hovering helicopter. He ziplines across a river, camps among wolves, and trudges swampy wetlands.
Bear is back and faces his biggest challenges yet in Season 4 of Man vs. Wild. Watch as he takes on forest fires, wild boars, and deadly snakes, all while showing you how to survive.
Bear is back, and this season see what happens when he endures some of his most intense adventures ever as he travels to Arizona, Borneo, Scotland, Norway and a deserted island in the South Pacific. Watch never before seen footage of Bear providing his ULTIMATE survival guide and much more on Man vs. Wild!
Desperate for food in the Torres Strait, Bear Grylls uses his urine to try to lure a shark close enough to catch.
Fan vs. Wild finalists Sean LaCoste and Joe Resto record the moments leading up to their meeting Bear Grylls.
While swimming off the coast of Panama, Bear Grylls has the privilege -- and scare -- of swimming alongside massive humpback whales.
In Turkey, Bear Grylls happens across a week-old goat carcass, and finds uses for its remains. Watch "Man vs. Wild" only on Discovery Channel.
Man vs. Wild cameraman Simon Reay recalls the Urban Jungle shoot, when he almost became stuck following Bear Gryllsn through a ventilation shaft.
Will Ferrell of Land of the Lost feels the cold on Men vs. Wild with Bear Grylls.
Bear recalls a porcupine hunt with native tribesmen.
Bear Grylls isn't the only one in danger when filming in rapids and other watery situations ... Hear from director of photography Simon Reay.
Too much slack in the line means Bear Grylls must fight his own body weight as he tries to cross a raging river in the Caucasus Mountains.
Bear Grylls bites, kills, chews and attempts to swallow an octopus.
It is TOUGH work to dive for conch without a mask, but Bear Grylls has a trick up his (nonexistent) sleeve, and his reward will be a giant sea-snail snack.
In order to get himself off a mountain in Turkey, Bear Grylls follows the sound of water, using loose rocks to speed his descent. Watch "Man vs. Wild" only on Discovery Channel.
If Bear Grylls goes, cameraman Simon Reay has to too. See just how Simon feels about that.