Know About this Show on 123Movies: No food, no shelter, no fresh water - one man alone in the wild for seven days with only his wits and stamina to sustain him.

Genre: Documentary

Director: Les Stroud

Country: Canada

Duration: 44 min

Quality: HD

Release: 2004

IMDb: 8.3

Season 1 - Survivorman
"The Boreal forest of Northern Canada is a vast tract of wilderness stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific. It is home to moose and beaver, crisscrossed by rivers and lakes and frost-free for only about three months of the year. Les intentionally tips his canoe in mid-stream and crawls from the icy waters onto shore where he does a quick inventory of his supplies. A handful of cashews and beef jerky, a solitary match, a multi-tool and 50 lbs of camera equipment to document the next seven days in the bush."
"The Sonora Desert in the South-Western United States covers an area of approximately 120,000 square miles. It is an arid, seemingly barren environment with scorching daytime highs and freezing overnight lows. Riding a dirt bike out into the official middle of nowhere, Les simulates a break-down scenario. He empties out the contents of his pack - half a gallon of water, a snack bar and his multi-tool-7 more days!"
"A Costa Rican getaway - as far removed from everyday living as you can imagine: lush rainforests and deserted tropical beaches. Marooned on Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, Les \"Survivorman\" Stroud has only a few items to aid him for the next 7 days: swimming goggles, 3 ballpoint pens, a multi-tool and the clothing on his back. On top of the keeping hydrated in the intense humidity and relentless heat, Les must cope with deadly snakes, enormous spiders, land-crabs and scorpions."
"The swamplands of Georgia's Altamaha River Basin are all that one would expect of a Primordial bog: dank, menacing, swimming with slithering creepy-crawlies and, of course, alligator-infested. This is the welcoming environment Les Stroud will be immersed in for seven sweaty days and bone-chilling nights."
"Pond Inlet, on the Northern reaches of Baffin Island, provides one of the most challenging landscapes our planet has to offer. Over 700km north of the Arctic Circle, it sits amidst grinding, ever-shifting flows of sea-ice where polar-bears roam in search of meat. In this severe climate, Les has been equipped with a bare minimum of raw materials to aid him for the next 7 days - a hunk of uncooked seal-liver, some oil-rich blubber for heat, a seal-hook, three matches, and a knife."
"Les is airdropped onto a snow-covered peak in the Canadian Rockies courtesy of the Canadian Mountain Air Rescue Service. They'll come looking for him in seven days. Until then Les is entirely on his own, save for the grizzlies, cougars and wolves that also call this place home. To emulate a real-life survival scenario - in this case a heli-hiking expedition come to grief - Les has been provided with a few readily salvageable items, among them a broken camcorder and tripod. One man's trash is another man's treasure!"
"The spectacular red landscapes of Utah's canyonlands are as beautiful as they are inhospitable. Like outlaws of old who were known to eat their own horses out of desperation in this forlorn place, Stroud will cannibalize the mountain-bike he has ridden into the middle of nowhere. As well as these scavenged bike parts to aid him, he also has a multi-tool, a magnesium flint-stick and an old energy-bar - that he has a use for other than eating."
"In the remote winter-bound forests of Northern Ontario, a crashed plane lies in the snow beside a frozen lake. There is no one alive on board. But this plane didn't crash here - the decrepit old wreck has been airdropped from a helicopter to provide a temporary home for Survivorman. For a week Les will have to survive in this harsh snowy wilderness with only an axe, a multi-tool and a single blanket to aid him."
"Living \"off the land\" takes on a new meaning as Les Stroud casts off for a week at sea. With no food and only a bare minimum of equipment, Stroud will be set adrift in an inflatable life raft off the coast of Belize. Battling hunger, thirst and the Caribbean heat, he must also keep his cameras dry to film the ordeal. To top it off - the life raft has a few bad leaks and needs constant bailing. It also leaks air and requires frequent re-inflation with a hand pump - Survivorman is in for a busy few days!"
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Season 2 - Survivorman
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"The plains of South Africa conjure up images of beauty \u2014 and danger. In this episode, Les Stroud lands here for an arid adventure that would make even the most seasoned safari traveler sweat. And not just because of the heat."
"This time Survivorman decides to demonstrate survival by sea kayak in an ocean bay called Taroka Arm (literally \"black bear\") for good reason. At this time of year, the salmon are active and are one of the black bear's favorite foods. Black bear and grizzlies that live in this area are among the largest in the world and gorge themselves on the silver salmon during this period."
"Les demonstrates survival in the Cook Islands using SCUBA gear, a ship wreck and found articles."
"Les explains his preparation for each locale in this behind the scenes look at the episodes of season 2."
Season 3 - Survivorman
"Les tries to survive in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California. This time he has more than just his trusty harmonica and his multi tool, He also has some basic backpacking gear as well like a tent, a sleeping bag, and a flashlight. When he doesn\u2019t show up at camp his team is forced to organise a Search and Rescue team to find him. Will they find him in time?"
"\"Survivorman\" Les Stroud takes two horses into the Colorado Rockies and discovers the challenges of surviving for three."
"Stranded on northern Baffin Island, \"Survivorman\" Les Stroud learns harsh lessons in solo arctic survival in 24hour daylight."
"Survivorman Les Stroud finds himself scrounging to feed two people after a hunting trip goes wrong."
"Les Stroud is stranded in the outback when his ultralight airplane runs out of fuel."
"Les Stroud must survive in the jungles of Papua New Guinea."
Season 4 - Survivorman
"Les Stroud strands himself in the Norwegian mountains to survive for ten days taking little food, no water or gear, and no safety or camera crew."
"Les Stroud is stranded in the Norwegian mountains. Surviving for ten days, Les has no food supplies and little water. Alone and exhausted, Les tests the will to live like never before."
"Les Stroud is shipwrecked on the desert island of Tiburon. With limited food supplies and no fresh water, Les scavenges to survive on the desert shore."
"Les Stroud is shipwrecked on the desert island of Tiburon. Avoiding packs of wild coyotes, scorpions and rattlesnakes, he treks in-land in search of food, water and shelter."
"With all the ground Les has covered, it's little wonder there's a dark side. Hope you weren't one of the people on that canoe trip; and it's hard to imagine what he'd do if he happened on a litterbug."
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Season 5 - Survivorman
"Les must survive for 5 days in the jungle on the island of Grenada"
"Les must survive for 5 days on Frigate Island in the Grenadines"
"Les Stroud travels to the Mitre Peninsula, a remote peninsula located on the easternmost tip of Isla Grande in the province of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina."
"Les Stroud travels into the forests of Ontario's Temagami, and the oldest mountains in North America to survive for 5 days, with no food, no water, no shelter, and no crew."
Season 7 - Survivorman
"Les teaches winner of a fan submission contest, amateur filmmaker Joseph McConnell, about wilderness survival in the remote Ontario wilderness.[8][9][10]"
"Les Stroud disappears into the thickly forested Transylvanian Alps to test the skills of Romania's top search and rescue team, and himself."
"Les simulates a broken leg so that a Romanian search and rescue team will locate him in the Transylvania mountains."
"The story of a family that was lost in the forests of Oregon for six days."
"Les travels to Northern India in the foothills of the Himalayans to survive in an area with the world's reported densest tiger population."
"Les and his friend Bob Wilson are stranded on a deserted island in the archipelago of Tonga."
"Les retraces the last steps of experienced Argentine hiker Laureano Emanuel Santos on the circuit track of Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia to investigate how tragedies can occur even on well-traveled wilderness trails.[11]"