Lost in a land that time forgot?New Zealand's Fiordland?Joe and Matt face a seemingly ordinary scenario of two hunters following their target into unfamiliar territory, but this time, they've only got one chance to get out alive.
Lost on a perilous ridgeline, at 15,000 feet above sea level, Joe and Matt are forced to descend slippery cliffs through extreme weather conditions, where altitude sickness and hypothermia threaten, and life-preserving fire alludes them.
Trapped in a labyrinth of underground tunnels, Joe and Matt facedown darkness and risk drowning only to emerge on surface and find an inhospitable jungle. Their opposing approaches to survival pit them against one another before bringing them to rescue.
Joe sets-off on a mission to locate his new partner, who is on an uninhabited island off the coast of Panama. Using his tracking skills, Joe locates Matt Graham and together they face their first survival situation: getting off of a remote Pacific island
On a glacier and clinging to opposite ends of a rope, Joe and Cody face their most challenging rescue scenario ever. The frozen landscape brings Joe and Cody's opposing survival styles to the forefront of this journey, their final episode together.
Marooned in a sea of sand dunes, Joe and Cody traverse the unforgiving desert and trek deep into the mountains of Oman. Threatened by dehydration and heatstroke, their journey shows how nomads have survived for millennia in this hyper-arid land.
Stranded deep in the jungle of Sri Lanka, Joe comes face-to-face with elephants and is forced off a cliff, Cody masters the ancient fire piston, and they cross a crocodile-infested lake to escape the longest survival scenario in history of Dual Survival.
Stranded in a mangrove swamp in Sri Lanka, Joe and Cody escape the crocodile-filled waters only to find themselves in a leech-infested jungle. But this time, distressed elephants interrupt their journey back and they may not get out alive.
The survivalists will tough it out in the mangroves of Sri Lanka, the blazing Arabian desert in Oman, the snow-capped Norwegian mountains and more, equipped only with minimal gear that would have been carried in a real-life situation. The stakes are higher than ever before, as one member of DUAL SURVIVAL will leave the show for good.
In a classic wilderness survival scenario, Cody and Joe take on the mountains of Northern California. The damp and treacherous woodland environment wreaks havoc on the body with drastic temperature changes and a lack of dry materials for fire-building.
Stranded at over 9,000 feet above sea level in the snow covered Rocky Mountains of Colorado, Cody and Joe battle temperatures of negative twenty degrees Fahrenheit in an effort to fight off hypothermia, and stay alive long enough to get spotted by passing.
Marooned on a deserted island somewhere in Fiji, Joe and Cody face unpredictable and punishing tropical storms and brave shark-infested waters. With limited resources and up against enormous odds, they'll show how to get back to civilization alive.
Isolated beneath the mountains of Romania, lost in a labyrinth of underground caves, Joe and Cody fight to escape the pitch black darkness with dying headlamps. Their teamwork is further strained by their opposing survival philosophies.
Stranded in the middle of Zambia's hot, wild plains, Joe and Cody must avoid territorial hippos and herds of elephants to find water and shelter.
Tempers get hot when survival tactics collide as Joe and Cody struggle to escape the Nicaraguan jungle. The men are stranded at the top of a steep, muddy volcano, and Cody takes on the role of a hiker suffering an immobilizing knee injury.
Marooned on the banks of the mighty Amazon River, surrounded by the impenetrable jungle of Ecuador's rainforest, Joe and Cody show how to stay alive on the world's deadliest river, if they can keep from killing each other first.
Cody struggles to create fire with damp wood.
Dave shows why you shouldn't mess with the deadly monocled cobra.
Matt and Joe reach an impasse and must decide whether to head east or downriver to find civilization. Regardless of their decision, they must first make it across an extremely wide waterfall.
Dave sees mating snakes as a meal but Cody believes it's "bad juju" to eat them.
Dave is not too excited about the worms Cody dropped in the stew.
Dave uses a condom as a water carrier and bamboo stalk as a pasteurization pot.
Cody and Dave set out down a jungle river on a homemade bamboo raft.
Cody Lundin shows how to make and use a fire piston to start a fire in a survival situation.
Cody Lundin and Joe Teti must make a snow wall and use foliage to block the freezing wind and create bedding off the snowy ground in Norway. Watch to learn how to survive in this freezing environment!
Nature always provides a smorgasbord of deliciousness for Cody and Dave.
Watch as Cody and Joe demonstrate their preferred methods of opening coconuts.
Cody and Joe work as a team to build a fire out of nothing but bamboo in Hawaii.
Cody uses undrinkable muddy water to soak their shirts for some cooling relief.
Cody and Joe snack on some wild delicacies in the misty California mountains.
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!