Change is coming to Dual Survival this season. Who will stay and who will go?
Change is Coming to Dual Survival
Watch as Cody Lundin and Joe Teti demonstrate their preferred methods of opening coconuts.
Cody vs. Joe: Opening a Coconut
Joe Teti demonstrates step-by-step how to make a compass using basic items you can find at home: a string, a paperclip, and magnetite.
DIY Survival: Make a Compass
Cody Lundin and Joe Teti have a dispute over what to do when faced with a highly venomous cobra: should they move on, or kill it?
Cobra Attack in Sri Lanka
Learn how to make your own crab trap basket, find clams for bait and successfully catch a crab for dinner.
DIY Survival: How to Catch Crabs
Cody and Joe show you how to successfully make fire if you're stranded in the wilderness.
Survival 101: How to Make a Fire
Cody and Joe work as a team to build a fire out of nothing but bamboo in Hawaii.
Fire 101: Fire Saws and Friction
Cody Lundin and Joe Teti attempt to navigate through crocodile infested waters filled with muddy pits hidden under the murky shallows.
Man Traps and Crocs
Get a sneak peek of the all-new season of Dual Survival, returning Wed Apr 23 at 9/8c!
New Season Sneak Peek
Joe Teti creates an improvised crab pot to catch protein essential for his and Cody's survival.
Survival 101: How to Trap Crabs
A cow carcass highlights the key differences in Cody and Joe's survival techniques.
Cow Carcass Disagreement
Cody finds a frozen beaver and decides to make a meal of it.
Leave It To Beaver
Cody Lundin comes up with a clever way to catch his next meal in the jungle.
Poisoning Fish for Dinner
Cody uses the materials mother nature gave him to make an impromptu drinking gourd.
Cody's Impromptu Drinking Gourd
Joe scopes out the terrain ahead in hopes of finding water.
Using Animal Tracks to Find Water
Stranded on a remote island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, Joe Teti rounds up as many coconuts as he can to create a flotation device.