Discovery launches new season of extreme survival series

30 May,2012

By A Correspondent


What would you do if you were suddenly faced with the possibility that you might die? A new season of Discovery Channel’s survival series I Shouldn’t Be Alive brings incredible stories of ordinary people who were unwittingly thrown into dire situations but beat unimaginable odds to survive. I Shouldn’t Be Alive will air every night at 9pm on Discovery Channel.


Each one-hour episode presents a true-life story of endurance, using accurate reconstructions and the first-hand testimony of those who managed to overcome extraordinary danger. From battling a raging blizzard in the snowy wilderness of Kyrgyzstan and drifting in shark-infested waters in Costa Rica to surviving a savage grizzly attack in the mountains of Montana and facing wild animals in Africa, I Shouldn’t Be Alive reveals the most basic instincts as people react to these extreme situations.


Commenting on the programme, Rahul Johri, senior vice president and general manager – South Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific said: “Discovery Channel viewers have been drawn towards its extraordinary survival series like Man Vs. Wild, Man Woman Wild and Dual Survival. Continuing its promise to inspire and entertain the viewers, the new series celebrates the deep human drive to survive in death-defying situations.”


Each episode inspires the audience as it details a unique incident and the ultimate fight for life. Striking visuals and the latest computer generated image technology will enhance these stories of human perseverance and survival under astonishing circumstances.


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