It's feeling lonely deep in the Panamanian jungle when a former cop and a self-described wild child clash over cuddling before one succumbs to the wilderness and the other must forage, trap and kill in order to survive.
It's love and fights on a Nicaraguan island when two survivalists try to survive 21 days with no food, water or clothes. They face challenges, like bull sharks and big cats, and the ultimate test of their skills to survive the dangerous conditions.
A man and woman, the first couple in a relationship to attempt the 21-day challenge, vow to support each other as they're dropped into a teeming jungle in Guyana to endure biting insects, stifling heat and vicious predators.
A vegetarian and an avid hunter must find a way to work together to survive the Nicaraguan rainforest for 21 days. Overcoming severe dehydration and starvation in a jungle teeming with poisonous creatures and dangerous predators pushes them to the limit.
In a first, three people must come together to survive the 21-day challenge. The trio brave harsh conditions in the jungles of Ecuador, battling piranhas and jaguars, but the biggest threat is jealousy.
An endurance athlete and a self-proclaimed "king of the forest" take on Alabama's backwoods. Shelter and fire are no problem for them, but hunger propels one of them to do something that's never been seen in show history.
A third survivalist creates romantic complications and makes surviving the Colombian jungle's poisonous dart frogs and deadly jaguars much more complicated. Feeling left out, one survivalist's emotional breakdown puts his challenge at risk.
A couple puts their survival skills and their marriage to the test when they decide to stop just watching the challenge from their couch in Idaho and volunteer for a drop in the perilous Philippine jungle -- where they face the elements -- and each other.