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Caught on camera captures different incidents and tragic occurrences involving human beings in various settings. Most of the videos shown are recorded without the knowledge of the participants so they can be likened to surveillance or hidden cameras mounted and recording where these participants are not aware and they get caught in all kinds of acts.

Besides showing horrific incidents, videos of all sorts of crimes, assaults and stupid daredevil acts are shown.

This kind of show runs on a number of networks with different hosts in charge. There is one that is shown weekly on MSNBC with Contessa Brewer as the host, while a similar show runs on TruTV with professional comedians as hosts commenting on all the videos. The show runs like a documentary exposing the different kinds of atrocities people commit and the unexpected freak accidents that can sometimes happen to people.

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1 Season, 48 Episodes
Documentary & Biography
Caught on Camera
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Caught on Camera Full Episode Guide

  • A U.S. college basketball team visits China for an 11-day exhibition tour, and a game that was supposed to be friendly turns into a violent, chaotic scene. Watch what happens when people behave wildly and act inappropriately.

  • Caught on Camera: sitting protestors doused with pepper spray; a slithering snake on a windshield...and two "old-timers" battling it out "for old time's sake"! These are videos that make you do a double-take! Stories so shocking, so original, so unique, they'll have you saying, "Did That Just Happen?!?"

  • Criminals are caught on surveillance cameras, bursting into restaurants, armed with guns and knives, jumping over convenience store counters, and terrifying unsuspecting customers and clerks. But in some cases, when the target is armed, the tables are turned!

  • A cruise ships run aground...and vacationers fight for their lives. Then, a barge mows down a boat full of sightseers, a tourist is blasted by a rogue wave, and a day trip turns disastrous...These are the stories of unsuspecting victims, who all keep their heads above water!

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