Discovery Channel brings Season 5 of Man vs Wild

Plunge into more extreme adventures with Bear Grylls this February with a new season of Man vs Wild. Discovery Channel announces an action packed marathon of new episodes of its top rated series to air every night at 9 pm, starting February 7th. Each of the new episodes presents Grylls with challenges in the wilderness unlike ever before - from being buried alive in an avalanche to escaping a deserted island on a bamboo windsurfer to scavenging for and eating raw insects and fish.

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Updated: Feb 8, 2011 2:54 PM
Discovery Channel brings Season 5 of Man vs Wild

Plunge into more extreme adventures with Bear Grylls this February with a new season of Man vs Wild. Discovery Channel announces an action packed marathon of new episodes of its top rated series to air every night at 9 pm, starting February 7th. Each of the new episodes presents Grylls with challenges in the wilderness unlike ever before - from being buried alive in an avalanche to escaping a deserted island on a bamboo windsurfer to scavenging for and eating raw insects and fish.

The avid fans of Bear Grylls can catch his extreme adventures on Man VS. Wild, to air every night at 9 pm, beginning February 7th on Discovery Channel. It airs in the channel’s breathtaking programme band ultimate discovery.

In the new season, Grylls travels to remote locales around the globe, including Australia's northern territory, the Republic of Georgia's Caucasus Mountains, a deserted island south of Papua New Guinea, the snowfields of the Canadian Rockies, and others, sharing invaluable survival strategies all along the way. The new premieres include a special Man VS. Wild episode - titled Fan Vs. Wild - in which Grylls takes two viewers along with him for the first time on the series to experience extreme survival firsthand.

Discovery Communications, a nonfiction media company is led by Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, Discovery Science and Discovery HD, as well as leading consumer and educational products and services, and a diversified portfolio of digital media services including HowStuffWorks.com. In Asia-Pacific, seven Discovery brands reach 508 million cumulative subscribers in 32 countries with programming customized in 13 languages.
 

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