Saturday, August 3, 2013
Renowned British explorer and survivalist Bear Grylls is back with the ultimate survival competition, Get Out Alive! Airing Mondays 9/8c on NBC! Don’t forget to watch the unmissable #GetOutAlive Season Finale on August 26!
About the show:
In #GetOutAlive, 10 teams of 2 compete to survive in the beautiful New Zealand wilderness with Bear Grylls as their guide. The teams are faced with various survival tasks as they battle the terrain, mountains, gorges, glaciers, rainforests, rivers and rapids. Each week, one team is eliminated, and the last remaining duo will win $500,000!
Check out the blog app below which includes:
• Bear GIFs! The Get Out Alive GIF Gallery -
Watch amazing and action-packed GIFs from the show!
• Would YOU Get Out Alive? QUIZ -
Getting out alive means making split-second decisions when faced with danger in the wilderness. Test your knowledge of the great outdoors and see how you “bear up” to Bear Grylls’ wild wisdom!
• Get to Know the Contestants! VIDEO CLIPS -
Watch inspiring and entertaining clips of the contestants on the show. All have overcome huge obstacles in life and all are hoping to be crowned the winning duo of Get Out Alive!
Enter for a chance to win an official Bear Grylls Survival Bracelet from Gerber! Taking advantage of Gerber's decades of experience and Bear Grylls' adventure knowledge, this survival bracelet's design provides 12 feet of high-strength paracord to help you work your way out of a difficult situation. Weighing less than an ounce, it has an easy, one-hand size adjustment and an integrated whistle.
Enter using the Rafflecopter form below. Open to U.S. ages 18 and older. No P.O. Boxes please.
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Posted by Amy O at 8:48 PM