Alone is a survivalist show that was first aired in 2015 on the History channel. It has been running for 10 seasons, with each season featuring a group of hardcore survivalists who are sent to the Vancouver Island wilderness with no camera crews, teams, or producers. The show has many epic moments, but also some episodes that aren’t as highly ranked. We are now going to take a look at the worst episodes of Alone, ranked.
When looking at the worst episodes of Alone, several factors can come into play. This includes the overall challenge that the contestants faced, if the contestants were able to complete their goals, and the entertainment factor of the episode. All of these elements are considered when ranking the worst episodes of Alone.
The following list contains the 10 worst episodes of Alone, ranked from least to most worst. Each episode is unique and provides viewers with an interesting look at the show as a whole. It is interesting to see how some of the contestants fared in their challenges and which episodes were considered to be the worst.
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The Top 3 teams from Season 4 reunite to discuss their unique adventures and reveal never-before-seen moments.
The episode was rated 7.12 from 34 votes.
Ten survival experts are dropped off in separate and extremely remote locations on Northern Vancouver Island. Equipped with only limited gear, their years of wilderness experience and supplied with cameras to self-document their journeys, the men are completely isolated from one another as they struggle to live in the wild for as long as they can.
The episode was rated 7.36 from 880 votes.
After only a short time in the wild, the men find that extreme isolation is beginning to take its toll. A survivalist undertakes a massive cabin project, one man loses his most important tool and another is charged by a large predator leaving him to fend for his life.
The episode was rated 7.40 from 652 votes.
The final four contend with mental fatigue and physical exhaustion. As one participant faces stiff competition for fish, another may miss the salmon run due to a potentially disastrous miscalculation.
The episode was rated 7.41 from 536 votes.
Despite their best efforts, many of the participants are still battling debilitating hunger and starvation. Just as some find sustenance, an approaching storm threatens their survival plans.
The episode was rated 7.43 from 551 votes.
As their teammates attempt to set up camp, the hikers find that Vancouver Island's terrain is even more punishing when on the move. The island beats one pair into submission, while another grapples with a devastating accident.
The episode was rated 7.44 from 532 votes.
After nearly a month on Vancouver Island, the three remaining teams face existential threats at every turn. One participant is forced to fight a raging fire, while rising tensions threaten to end another partnership.
The episode was rated 7.45 from 420 votes.
Now that most teams are reunited, they dive into the difficult task of surviving together and feeding two people. Meanwhile, the final hiker faces a brutal mountain climb that could dash his hopes of ever making it to camp.
The episode was rated 7.45 from 418 votes.
On Vancouver Island, a seriously injured participant weighs the risks of seeking medical help and sacrificing his shot at $500,000. Danger awaits all participants as predators continue to stalk the island’s newest inhabitants.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 489 votes.
In a new twist, seven family member pairs are dropped miles apart on Northern Vancouver Island and must find each other. To win the $500,000 prize, they must survive the island's unforgiving terrain and deadly predators together.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 540 votes.
Last updated: feb 13, 2023
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