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Two survivalists journey to the most hostile environment on the planet to take on the Amazon without modern conveniences or clothing. Battling piranhas, jaguars and mosquitoes, can they survive the unsurvivable?
The episode was rated from 321 votes.
Dropped into Guyana's scorching savannah, two Naked and Afraid superfans fight the oppressive heat and constant insect attacks. Scorching temperatures lead to severe dehydration and force a desperate fan to risk illness by drinking unsanitary fluids.
The episode was rated from 18 votes.
On the edge of the Bermuda Triangle, an Army veteran dive master and a Cajun boat captain take on relentless thunderstorms and battle dehydration as they try navigate more than 20 miles of open ocean in the ultimate test of sink or swim.
The episode was rated from 64 votes.
Pinned down by Africa’s most dangerous threats elephants, hippos and lions, survivalists “Mama Kel” and Eric work together to avoid becoming prey and endure relentless storms, but a debilitating injury puts them both at risk.
The episode was rated from 109 votes.
Avoiding the dangers of a rushing river, two survivalists brave a vast cave system in the Colombian rainforest; trying to survive 21 days, the jungle tests them with threats including venomous fer-de-lance snakes, piranhas and biting insects.
The episode was rated from 104 votes.
In South Africa’s Limpopo Basin, elite survivalists Matt Wright and Gary Golding must protect novice survivalists and super-fans attorney Molly Jansen and dog sledder Blair Braverman first as separate teams for 10 days then merging on Day 11 while dealing with spitting cobras, territorial elephants and a violent last-minute storm. Being unused to the unyielding heat, Blair was forced to tap out on Day 14.The episode was rated from 90 votes.
The Amazon rainforest pushed All-star survivalist Ky to the edge with swarms of mosquitos, blood-thirsty piranhas, and aggressive pumas. Hunger and desperation lead to a risky night hunt in caiman-filled waters.The episode was rated from 63 votes.
Surviving 21 days Naked in the wilderness leads to weird and awkward moments. From bizarre pre-challenge prep and mortifying naked intros, to night-time cuddling gone wrong and learning wildlife bathroom routines the hard way, Naked and Afraid gets weird.The episode was rated from 188 votes.
Two pairs of strangers, dropped on opposite ends of the remote Panamanian rainforest, eventually meet and must work together to conquer the Everest of extreme survival challenges.The episode was rated from 167 votes.
A deadly spider bite puts Gwen, an Alaskan homesteader at risk of tapping but she works with her partner to get her revenge, in the 130-degree heat of the Mexican jungle.The episode was rated from 125 votes.
Last updated: jul 24, 2021
This show is starting to get on my nerves. They seem to be picking more attractive women and less qualified participants and it's becoming clear that this is more naked and starving than naked and afraid. Very few people on this show do anything more than wait out the 21 days.
Naked and Afraid is a surprisingly interesting survivalist show, where a man and woman try to survive in the wild for 21 days. And yes, they are naked... and blurry. While I like the show, it has some flaws. Naked and Afraid often turns out to be Naked and Starving, since 21 days with little or no food is doable. Another problem is that participants are allowed only one survival item each, but really there are three necessary items: a knife, a firestarter, and a pot. So, most pairs go with the knife and firestarter and just hope to find a pot substitute. It adds some spice when someone varies from this, but mother nature punished duct tape boy and magnifying glass girl for their innovations. There is survival information to be learned, but not a lot. You learn that drinking from questionable water sources is punishable by death (or close to it.) You learn that starting fires is a lot harder than it looks, especially in a wet environment. You see these things over and over, when it would be more enjoyable to keep learning new things. Perhaps the most important lesson is that there is just no way in hell you are going to survive in the wild with minimal tools, considering that some of these people have trained their whole lives for this and nearly all of them starved. The spin-off show, Naked and Afraid XL, fixes a lot of the flaws.
I'm soooo hungry...I think I will eat this mushroom....oh noooo I instantly regret that decision hahaha dummy
A new season is about to begin!! I hope trakt updates the site with the new seasons info. Love the show.
IMO one of the more realistic or at least convincing survival shows: A man and a woman are sent in from episode to episode changing types of wilderness with ONLY one chosen item per person and a camera team (officially they do not intervene). The two strangers have to survive and travel to an extraction point in 21 days. Often survivors in TV Shows don't really suffer or only a bit. This show however, like I said is more realistic and convincing, because you see the candidates hurt: suffering emotionally and physically. This is what I believe survival is more like. Of course they know that they will be saved in live threatening situations and get out after 21 days, but the lack of water and food etc. has to have these consequences like emotional breakdowns, lack of motivation and so on. This is what the show focuses on. It's too bad that the show is often cut like an entertainment show. When the show simply skipped a few days, I often asked myself: "Haven't they done something noteworthy in the last days?" But therefore they show more or less irrelevant interviews. In the episodes with bonus material you can sometimes see what happened in the remaining days. This should be in the main episodes is the first place. The interviews are secondary for me. Would be great if they also focused or will focus more on the survival techniques than only the suffering of the candidates. All in all: Good concept with lots of potential! Btw: often they use marvelous nature fast motion and wildlife fillers.
Love this concept - I agree with the earlier comment about how they could improve the show. Fewer recaps (duh!) and more on what they actually do day-by-day - but I guess it’s got to be soap opera to some extent. To really up the ante, why not try the following locations for the masochistic survivalists...? • Glasgow • Vatican City • Death Valley • Vancouver Island • Haiti • Beirut • Rwanda ...? Those would really separate the wheat from the chaff
This show is hard core.
Keeping up with the Kardashians
I think the Kardashian-Jenner family is one of the most chaotic families existing. Even though they have a lot of arguments happening all the time, you can’t deny the family bond that is there. It is also incredibly fun to have a sneak peak into such a rich life style, beyond our imagination and even with extreme amount of money, they often have the same problems as any of us would.
Love Island UK
Imagine you’re going on a vacation to a beautiful villa and you’re looking for love with about ten gorgeous people around you. These singles from the UK are trying to find love and win money, which is the grand prize. While doing so, you have to have the audience supporting you, because it’s usually up to them to vote and keep you in the game. One of my favorite parts is: you can back your favorite couple through the app, so it’s completely free! There’s always a bunch of things going on, it never gets boring and it’s on tv every day.
90 day fiancé
When Americans find love in some other country, they don’t have much of a choice, other than to bring their significant other to the US on a visa, which only lasts 90 days, meaning they only have 90 days to get married. The couples usually only have spent a few days to a few weeks in person, that’s why the decision seems very irrational, but you’re always hoping for the best, which usually isn’t the case. With the popularity of the show rising, there have been made a lot of spin-offs, so even when you finish the original, there’s always more to see.
In times like this, when we’re all trying to stay safe and stay home as much as possible, it is very important to enjoy ourselves and feel relaxed while doing so. Thankfully, we have Netflix to help us out in our quest, but with so many series to choose from, you might spend hours browsing and still not being able to decide! That’s why I made this list to help you out.
Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
As much shame and guilt as I feel while watching these reality series, I can never get enough of them. It’s never fun having your own drama, but when it’s blown out of proportion and has nothing to do with you, suddenly it’s something a lot of people want to watch. We’re always looking forward to the next episode and simply can’t wait to see more of it.
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