Discovery Puts Bear Grylls In Worst Case Scenario

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Discovery Channel’s all-new six-part series WORST CASE SCENARIO has begun filming. The original series, based on the bestselling series of books with the same name, premieres this spring on Discovery Channel.

On the show, survival expert and MAN VS. WILD host Bear Grylls portrays potentially life-threatening situations to demonstrate how to survive in a worst case scenario.

Filmed like a feature film, Grylls pushes his physical boundaries – part stuntman, part urban survivalist – to exhibit scenarios that viewers could find themselves in and equip them with potentially life-saving information.

In each episode, Grylls shows viewers that the right knowledge and skills can help anyone succeed in urban survival situations that could arise without warning, from escaping a high-rise apartment fire to fending off a shark attack to escaping out of a sinking car.

The various situations featured on WORST CASE SCENARIO have been produced to model those in the book series. Other dire situations featured throughout the series include escaping from a frozen lake and surviving a multi-story elevator plunge or a fall down a flight of stairs.

“WORST CASE SCENARIO is a much different take on survival than MAN VS. WILD,” said Clark Bunting, president and general manager of Discovery Channel and president of Science Channel. “It features Bear in all his physicality using an urban backdrop to set up everyday scenarios viewers could encounter at any time.”

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