Get Out Alive – NBC Reality

Get Out Alive Hosted By Bear Grylls

Get Out Alive Hosted By Bear Grylls

NBC is teaming up with one of the world’s great adventurers to give a group of lucky contestants the experience of a lifetime. The all new reality adventure challenge Get Out Alive will be hosted by Bear Grylls, the fearless explorer and host of Discovery Channel’s survival series hit Man Vs. Wild, and will test the physical and mental limits of a handpicked collection of brave men and women. Casting calls for what will surly be the most difficult, rewarding and inspirational reality program in television history are being organized at locations across the country and you can submit yourself for consideration today. This could be your chance to find out what you are truly made of while you are led by the one and only Bear Grylls on the all new competition series Get Out Alive.

Part The Amazing Race, part Survivor, part Grylls’ own Man Vs. Wild and all amazing, Get Out Alive will pit teams of two fearless adventurers against each other in incredible survival challenges that will crown the ultimate extreme outdoors team and reward them with a fantastic cash prize. Bear Grylls will be there every step of the treacherous way as host, mentor and motivator of the teams as they push their way through these never before seen on television trails of skill, will and thrills in this exciting new reality series. This is an opportunity to learn from a true legend of survival on TV’s hottest competition production. Auditions for contestants will be held soon and you can apply to be a part of the magic today. For more information on this project or submit your team you can head here More updates will be on the way as they are released so leave a comment in the space provided and tell us why you are up to the challenge and stay tuned for every casting update for Get Out Alive.

Bear Grylls has climbed Mount Everest, he has circumnavigated the UK, he has crossed the North Atlantic, and now he is ready to help you find your inner survivor. Take the challenge of your life. Apply today to find out if you have what it takes to Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls and NBC.

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  1. Lucy Davies says:

    To test my courage, mental strength and push myself to the limit, the chance of a life time that only a lucky few
    will get the opportunity to take part in. Bring on the challenge of a life time :)

  2. ryan brown says:

    would love tpo be part of get out alive love the outside and the wilderness and survival

  3. Curtis Killpack says:

    My brother and I wanna do this thing. We’ll be entertaining if nothing else. We are both outdoorsmen and enjoy a good challenge. We are adaptive, we work together as a team with flawless precision, we are athletic, we have uncannily good looks, big feet, we can tie a bunch of useless knots (thank you boy scouts – Oh yeah, we both earned the eagle scout award, nbd), and we’re pretty daring. You’ll be happy if you make the right choice and choose us. And you’ll be sad if you don’t.

  4. Andrew blair says:

    Well where to start I am one of bear grylls biggest fans.Me and my friend are all about the outdoors and there's no obstacle out there that we wouldn't give a go.
    I am wanting to have a career that consists of the outdoors and I think this would be a great opportunity to build my character and gain more experience.
    I want to channel my determination and strive to be the best I can be and therefore taking me out of the UK and putting me in a completely different environment will help me to succeed in life.
    So this would be a great adventure and one of which I would love to be part of.

  5. Miguel A Gonzalez says:

    I'm 40 married with 3 kids. I lived in a rural area till I was 18 years old, I always keep my kids entertain with stories of how challenging was life all that time. From walking 4 1/2 miles to go to school, getting water from the nearest well 5 miles away and how hard was to achive anything. And now wen we watch survival television I'm always thinking to my self; I can do that, it wil be a great opportunity to test myself and see what does it takes to get out alive.

  6. Dean D'Amato says:

    Nobody does it better than bear grylls. I'm always watching and telling my kids I could do this, I love the out doors and hiking I could do all day. This is one thing my wife and I could kick some butt in. Show our kids who's the bomb, mom and dad right. Help us prove them wrong. They think just because we're older 47, 46 we can't compete. We will show them what 110% means bring it on bear.

  7. Christopher says:

    I grew up as an adventurer enthusiast,having big dreams to experience the wilderness. I lived in a rural area and was always intrigued by the great outdoors. Needless to say i was never that kid who played video games all day, but the one who came back home covered in dirt, sweat and sometimes blood. Before i knew it, i accepted a position at a large insurance agency. A couple of years later, now at the age of 24, I never really experienced the excitement I was looking for. My younger years flew by, filled with sports, school, work, and girlfriends. I would mean the world to me to take this adventure, especially with one of the world renown survivalist. If you're interested to hear more about myself, please contact me.

  8. William Jernigan says:

    34 year old male, who's 2 nephews love me like no other… But they like Grylls more than I. It would escalate my status with them. I grew up in Boyscouts, enjoy the our doors, willing to face this challenge to impress my nephews, and hopefully myself.

  9. RAWN DAVIS says:

    Hello all,

    I am a 31-year-old New Orleans native and grad student. I have been in the navy reserves now for eight years and seven months, now serving as an E6. I am a triathlete and marathoner with an avid love for the outdoors and survival methodologies.

    During Hurricane Katrina in 2005, I worked tirelessly with the staff at Xavier University of Louisiana to maintain order and morale while attending to the needs of approximately 150 students/staff/family who were stranded. Seeing the lack of clear leadership around me, I volunteered to coordinate and transport food through floodwaters to remote campus locations. As external rescue efforts solidified, I again took the helm of a team that constructed a makeshift landing-pad on the roof of the University's Administration Building in order to facilitate two successful helicopter evacuation efforts. The weeks following Hurricane Katrina were a defining period in my life in which I felt a strong pull to elevate my leadership potential in the United States Navy.
    In my attempt to advance my naval career I have applied to Officer Candidate School to switch from the navy enlisted ranks to the officer ranks in order to endure more challenges and more responsibilities. The career path I chose to pursue as an officer applicant is that of a Navy SEAL. As a result of this career choice I recently just completed the Navy SEAL officer assessment, which was extremely rigorous program that I could easily label as the hardest thing I have ever done in my life to date.

    After completing that assessment and now just awaiting results from the selection board I find myself looking for all arduous tasks that to some may seem impossible, or just plain hard. I have always sought out adventures and evolutions that would challenge me to my very core, physically, mentally, and spiritually. I am confident that I (and any team I formulate) can complete this adventure not only as a finisher but also as the season winner. (Additions: I was an active Patrol Leader as a Life Scout with the Boy Scouts of America; I am American red Cross CPR certified; I have completed the Special Operations Academy: SEAL Adventure Challenge as a boat crew leader and class leader).

  10. Caroline & Tina says:

    Hi me and my best friend Tina love the outdoors and are great bear fans , we both love a challenge and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro last year with great success, we are mentally fit and physically love a challenge and would love to be on the next show

  11. Christopher says:

    When I first saw Bear on TV I was intrigued with him, but little did I know that I would study every show he was in to learn everything I could to be like him, so to adapt and over come. I felt a sense of meaning to something in my life, I want people to see that they can depend on me like I did on Bears shows time and time again. But In this study I learned something new every show and soaked it up like a sponge. Because I feel that one day I'll need this knowledge. And the thing is am not a soldier I am not naturalist, I am just a 24 year old male living in Indiana, And most of all I want to see if learning off a TV screen is possible to survive and thrive out doors without practice. And maybe feel apart of something bigger then myself. Because felt the people's emotions last season. And I want to experience it for myself. And maybe I can be an idol like Bear, maybe inspire others to seek the same desire perhaps save a life.

    Thank you for your time.

  12. nick and johny says:

    Ive been a survival nut ever since ive seen man vs wild, if I had this oppertunity to be on any season of get out alive it would show me what its actually like to survive. Me and my brother are intense hikers and like to be pushed past are limits, not much of hunters but we can conquer anything we try.

  13. Dustin Thompson says:

    I am a 25 year old man, i was in the Navy for 3.5 years, i realize thats not long but at least im not lying about it (insert popular survivalist name here) i love being outside, especially in the wilderness, and would love the opportunity to go somewhere truly remote. For fun my best friend and I like to go out into the woods here in SC and and fashion shelters make primitive fire and even do some hunting with my recurve bow, our knives, and make shift weapons like wooden spears. I would jump at the chance to prove myself in an intense scenario.

  14. james fryer says:

    I am originally from Harare Zimbabwe, where survival to me means just another day! I now live in the UK where life is easy and a challenge hardly presents itself, unless its in the form of a pretty girl at a bar or nightclub. I went camping the other weekend with a few friends of mine where, much to their despair, and unknowingly to me, I was teaching them to survive, even if it was on a very basic level. I boiled water in a plastic bottle for tea each morning on an open fire, and took them on walks explaining the difference between plants and fruit that you can and cannot eat. They said it was more of a survival camp than a relaxing getaway. I would do anything to be able to put my skills and knowledge to the ultimate test, without doing it myself and potentially getting into dangerous situations. I would greatly appreciate you accepting my request.

  15. sian says:

    Every Saturday at the end of each month my partner and his friend head offf campaign for the night. Ever since I met my partner he has always been amazed bewitched, but at ease with nature, loves living it rough under the sky . I know him and his best froend are ample for ur sjow and would accept any challenge set for them..I know they won't fail! They will complete each and every task. They will excell in every task set out for them . These guys love nature and survival is a must Two extraordinary men . Also faithful fans of bear grylls. X

  16. Peter Wombwell says:

    I am 21 years old, very athletic guy with a love for the outdoors. Everytime I watch a Bear Grylls series I always think 'I could do that' or 'how hard can it be?' Now i see this as an opportunity to see for myself if I can really cut it in a survival situation. I'm a natural leader and would love to meet fellow aspiring survivalists!

  17. Luke says:

    I am a huge fan of bear grylls and would love a chance to put my survival skill to the test no challenge to great to over come in my eyes!

  18. Wessel hamman says:

    Hi I put my self in bears place every time I look at get out a live thinking I will do that ore I wont. I would really like to test my self to see if I can get out a live .i am 36 and like the out doors but is no bear grills this will be a incredible experience .

  19. Thomas Stevens says:

    I am best suited to be on get out alive because i have the heart and determination to survive. I know that there is alot to learn and to never underestimate the wild. The experience alone will strengthen me and my cousin in our quest for better knowledge.

  20. Alyssa Bryant says:

    My name is Alyssa and I don't want to bore you with accolades of experience with outdoors and things. I just want you to know that i am BEYOND ready to challenge myself in Get Out Alive.

  21. Tim Thompson says:

    I am a 37 year old Marine Corps veteran. I have tested myself constantly all my life with sports, an "if you can do it, so can I" outlook at life, and a desire to prove myself to myself alone. I got out of the Corps in 2002, and feel like I haven't truly tested myself in over a decade. I want to prove to myself I still have that drive and desire. I love being outdoors, hunting and fishing, and learning new tricks and techniques about survival. But I really enjoy looking at unorthodox ways to accomplish better results. I would love a shot at being on the second season of Get Out Alive, but I understand there are plenty others that would too. Either way, I'm still a fan. Live life to the fullest.

  22. Anthony Montances says:

    Hello my name is Anthony Montances, I'm in the military as a policeman I would like to audition because I want to find myself and say I lived to the fullest. I would like to really push myself mentally and physically and would be interested in auditioning.

  23. Michelle says:

    I'm a 33 year old spontaneous woman! I love the outdoors but only have very basic skills. I'm a dancer currently in the process of becoming a fitness instructor and eager to try something like this!

  24. khairil says:

    Hi salam.. My name is mohd khairil saufi b zulkeppli. Am from Malaysia.working in park and recreation department UNIVERSITY PUTRA partnering with my student nasha nashir.we would like to challenge our self as a outdoor person and sharing the skills with other teams also to brings the experience we learn.

  25. judy says:

    hello… brother mike and I haven't seen each other in about 12 years(although we talk on the phone). we would love to be challenged by bear and learn something new about ourselves in the process. we both love being outside. we are 39 and 40. we would like the chance to audition. thanks

  26. Donald Thomas says:

    My name is don, I'm a student looking for an opportunity to see if I have what it takes to be free from society. Survival in society is hard enough on it's own, maybe surviving natures challenges will be the motivation to thrive in everyday life struggles.

  27. Karyna says:

    My name is Karyna I am 23 years old and I want to see if I can trust my life to a person I am with. My boyfriend (27) a professional AHL player always says he can do anything. And I would love to challenge him , our relationship in extreme situations and challenge myself ( I have a fear of nature) .

  28. Staci Quevillon says:

    Ages 42. Mother and father with five girls ages 23 to 8. Would love the opportunity to be involved on such an amazing adventure and show what we are capable of accomplishing together.

  29. Todd Poor says:

    Im Todd and Im a chef/mechanic/guitarmaster. I surf the Dead Sea in the winter on the nights

  30. Brianna says:

    My husband is an active duty soldier who recently returned from another deployment. He thinks he knows it all because of his career, but I am not so sure. I would love to engage in the challenge with him and prove the stereotypical military wife ideology people have wrong as well as see if my husbands abilities match his confidence. We love a good adventure together and his career puts a huge damper in quality time we spend together. We are both comfortable in the outdoors, rustic environments, and isolated wilderness areas. I am a biologist by degree and training, but I stay at home with our two young kids. I would love to see a current soldier on the show, even if it isn't my husband.

  31. Dylan Bonds says:

    We are ready for the test!
    I'm a 23 guy and have a few friends (around my age) who would definitely love a chance at this! We are all college students at Auburn University. Every time we get a chance we are out on different outdoor adventures. This show sounds like it would be the ultimate test for us. Please get in contact if you would like more info on us!

  32. Narcisso Pacheco says:

    I'm a former Marine and martial arts instructor my son and myself would love to be on Getting out alive to test our limits.

  33. Tim "Asian Sensation" Ferret says:

    My wife and I watched this first season devotedly. We were so proud of so many of those team and what they accomplished. We want to take a crack at this. We love to adventure, but definitely haven't done anything like GOA!! Two reasons why you want us on the show: 1. We went skydiving before we got married, before we took the leap, we took a leap 2. We are terrible at impressions and accents, but will do numerous attempts if ever on national tv. Cheers.

  34. Marit Hsich says:

    Ellen and I have been best friends for 22 years, since meeting in college in San Francisco. Both moms of 3 kids each, we are adventurous, daring, athletic and enjoy camping with the 6 kids (sans dads).
    We hike, run, cook, fish, enjoy wine, play tennis, mountain bike, tell dumb jokes and try to curb our enthusiasm of eating odd squirmy fish while daring our city kids to eat worms (only while camping).
    We are both 41 and ready for some new adventures!

  35. Cheri Fell says:

    My husband and I are in our mid-40's. He is an Army veteran who is now a construction inspector. I am a health management consultant for an international insurance brokerage firm. We have 5 children and 3 grandchildren. We both seem to get so caught up in our careers and everyday life that we have lost the time to challenge ourselves and experience adventures. "Man vs. Wild", and now "Get Out Alive" have us hooked and ready to challenge ourselves again. Would love to have the opportunity of a lifetime.

  36. Dannielle says:

    I'm 23 and my dad is 62, and probably in better shape than I am, but we are looking for an adventure. I have been hunting since I can remember with my dad. This would be the perfect opportunity for us to test our outdoor skills! I know we as a team could achieve anything and its time to put it to the test! It has been hard to spend time with him since I have been at college and actually just graduated. Please consider us for this challenge!

  37. Schyler says:

    As a recently married couple my wife and i have been loving the outdoors and would love to test our wits experiencing some new challenges.

  38. James Weeks says:

    I'm an ARMY veteran. My sister and I would love the opportunity to be on your show. We grew up with the woods, rivers, and swamps of florida as our playground. We both have very analytical minds and physical toughness and love to test our selves and push oue selves to and beyond our limits.

  39. Paul Younglove says:

    Please let me know when the 2013 auditions start and where they are.Thank You

  40. Grace says:

    My husband and I just watched the finale for Get Out Alive. We watched every episode and "critiqued" each team in our own way. As avid runners and bikers, we have both participated in several adventure races and survived the few hours of intensity required. Could we survive many days of that intensity? Absolutely! Hope to be included in the next call to survive!

  41. jason pace says:

    I am a 32 year old man,I would like the opportunity to see if I can survive. My family is preparing for the end of the world this would be the ultimate test.I have watched survivor and that's not me I want a real test and I know this is it. I am a father of two boys and I want to pass down the knowledge that they can survive. In my family I'm know for knowing to much as my wife says useless carp…I say there's always more to learn.

  42. justin harvey says:

    look im just a average guy,i like the outdoors and testing myself and pushing the limits of what I can do. I don't clam to be the most fit or the most outdoors kind of person but what I do know is that I loved to show and would love to try for the show and take my best friend in the entire world. he is former military and has been out for awhile due to the fact he was injuried. he misses the survival and everything involved in the show. so I guess im just trying to get a audition for him so he can have one last (push it to the limit) experience. so please let me know when and were auditions are. thanks justin

  43. Hiram Gordillo says:

    I am 40 year old banker, active, extreme, looking to push the limits of what i can do. My wife and i have a "go higher" philosophy. To live the life we want, to live the life we choose. Our principles are love communication trust respect and honesty. We motivate each other and we love a good challenge….

  44. Adam Gunderson says:

    Bear is the ultimate survival guide. No one else compares. I think of how cool it would have been to be born 200 years ago and live the life of a mountain man lol. Taking Bears challenges would be the next best thing. They give such an intense and incredible challenge that to acomplish them would be something I would never forget. I would love to give it a shot and see if I have what it takes.

  45. YB says:

    As a homeschooling mom of nine, the extent of my personal 'survival spirit' has not been in the wilderness, but in my home. Combining the courage to make a stand for our values and stretching financial resources while living on one average income that my dedicated, kind husband works hard to provide has definitely been a challenge that is worth the struggle. This life choice has also developed in me an entrepreneurial spirit as well. My appreciation for nature is strong, but I live the outdoors life-style mainly by watching amazing programs such as "I shouldn't be alive!", "Man, Woman, Wild." and of course Bear's programs.

    My second son, Seth (age 19)also has a love for the outdoors. He and his older brother loved playing the survival board game "Worst- Case Scenarios" as younger boys. Now they go on adventures for real, and thankfully none of them have been "worst-case"! Spear fishing, bow hunting and hiking are some of Seth's favorite sports. He had attempted to join the military with aspirations of joining the para-rescue team. A very self-motivated, respectable young man, he is now working full-time while studying to get certified as an aviation mechanic with long-term goals as a pilot for Missionary Aviation Fellowship. He recently began a courtship relationship with an adventurous young lady who has gone on some amazing missionary adventures already. (They'd be a great duo for the show too!)

    Having such an experience with my son would be remarkable, before he embarks on his new adventures with his future wife. We are very close-knit and would be thrilled to encourage each other towards the goal of such a extreme challenge.

    Thank you for considering us for your program.

  46. Mary L. says:

    I am a 36 year old mom of four and corporate professional. My dad is a world class windsurfer and entrepreneur in the auto recycling industry, which has been in our family for over 30 years in California. I moved to Florida ten years ago and we have not had the opportunity to do adventurous things together. We have always worked well together, but we would like to put both our survivor skills and relationship skills to the test. Google Mike Percey windsurfing and/or Mike Percey Hansen sails to see what he is about. He had me on skis when I was two years old and we were always doing something in nature and/or water growing up. This is the perfect challenge for us.

  47. Bryan Griggs says:

    I'm 37 spent 13yrs in the army as a forward observer. I had numerous deployments overseas in combat zones. i work in las vegas as a paramedic and member of the LVMPD search and rescue and dive team. im a expert in navigation, map reading, and mountain, desert and jungle survival. my wife has completed super spartan races and a avid hiker and has been taught my skills I have learned from the army.

  48. Shawna Kuehne says:

    I am a 37, married, mother of one teenage son from Boise, Idaho and a die hard Bear Grylls fan. I have been awed and inspired by all of his survival knowledge and skills, and I have read, watched and studied all things Bear. This would be a lifelong dream to be given an opportunity to put this knowledge into action. I grew up on a ranch and took survival classes in college and am no stranger to the elements, I know I could get out alive.

  49. lane and hoah says:

    hey I'm lane and this is my step dad Noah. lane: I am a football player. I am 17. I love to hike. I go camping all the time. I watch your show all the time. I would love to be on the next season. step dad Noah: I love to hike. I love to climb. I am 32. we go camping a lot. we watch your shows all the time. we would love to be on the show. please wright back.

  50. Marddy Humphrey says:

    I'm a 44 year old Vet. Seem a lot and done even more. I spend my days looking for the challenge I had in the military. My family worries because a disappear weeks on end hiking in the mountains following some trail. I think this is just what I'm looking for!

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