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 nbc.com/casting/. 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.