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The TV show called "Doomsday Preppers" airs on the National Geographic channel, and is produced by Sharp Entertain. The cameramen of this American documentary follow around "preppers," and these people believe that they need to prepare for the end of civilization. These people are prepared to survive in many different situations such as: terrorist attacks, economic collapse, fuel shortages, societal collapse, pandemics, war and much more. If your interested in learning about how to survive a disaster, you should watch the show.

The hosts of the show will give you good tips on how to improve your lifestyle to survive when there are little to no supplies to go around. You will get expert analysis of how to survive when you tune into the show. In the pilot of the show, Dennis McClung and family show off their backyard food system the Garden. Since Lisa Bedford is worried about a financial collapse and so she prepares for such a collapse to happen. In addition, the Hunt and Kobler families join together to prepare food for an economic collapse.

In the first episode of the show, you meet Paul Range and his friends. They are going to prepare for a polar shift; while we see Christopher Nyerges show us the skills that we need survive an earthquake in the jungle. The last person we see in this episode in a Texan whose name is Megan Hurwitt. She is preparing to survive a disaster that involves no oil. There is plenty of action in each episode!

This is just some of the action that can be seen in the show as there were eleven new episodes made after the first episode in season one. You will have to tune in each week to see how things go. Each episode will give you more and more tips about to show when supplies are low. The information is vital to surviving a disaster!

Tuesday 9:00 PM et/pt on National Geographic
4 Seasons, 54 Episodes - Currently Airing
February 7, 2012
Documentary & Biography
6.2/10
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  • Jerry McMullin, a retired risk assessment analyst, has put millions of dollars into his safe house. The Jackling family will do everything in their power to protect their home and family from a wildfire.

  • Jane and Rick Austin prepare for an electromagnetic pulse disaster by disguising a greenhouse. Jim Lebus is prepping for an earthquake that he fears will paralyze the West Coast. In Virginia, Jack Houston tests his wilderness survival skills.

  • Chuck Vessey, Lisa Roulette, and Tom and Beth Tailer are prepared for an electromagnetic pulse or a catastrophic climate change.

  • A house fire inspires a man to become more self sufficient while a 35-acre farm provides enough food to feed a large family.

  • A man shares his survival plans by using rabbits as a source of food and energy, including a rabbit-powered incendiary device. Plus, A Virginia family creates a perimeter defense system and a couple in Missouri collect rain water.

  • A home in Montana is protected against drastic change in weather while taxidermy is utilized to conceal bombs.

  • In the fourth season premiere, the basics of prepping are featured.

  • A man in Georgia develops a device intended to divert and infiltrate enemy encampments. Elsewhere, a Texas native anticipates an attack on the country's communication systems.

  • Two Tennessee families prepare to survive the possibility of a devastating earthquake.

  • A couple in Colorado prepare for the possibility of widespread disease by developing a mobile pharmacy. Elsewhere, a man from Texas builds a heavily armed bunker to defend his family from nuclear warfare.

  • Meet two families who both fear the end of the world is fast approaching and are prepared for it.

  • Meet two families who both fear the end of the world is fast approaching and are prepared for it.

  • To protect his family from Doomsday marauders, Rob is securing his Texas property's perimeter with an elaborate system of alarms, traps and defense mechanisms. In Tenn., Greg is preparing for a financial catastrophe by constructing an invisible tree house where he hopes to be safe from looters.

  • Tracy preps his farm and family ready for an EF-5 tornado.

  • Tyler and his family prepare for an unforeseen domestic terrorist attack.

  • Prepper Chad anxiously prepares for a nuclear strike that could result in a genocidal siege.

  • Deep in Oregon's backcountry sits an 80-acre off-the-grid estate where prepper Curt and his family reside. In the event of an economic collapse, isolation is one of their greatest strengths, but the protective measures contribute to their power.

  • Preppers anticipate the possibility of World War III, including former Marine Alex Dunbar, who is training a private army of German Shepherd attack dogs in San Luis, Colorado, which could protect him in any situation.

  • A father and son team prepare for a global solar flare, which could potentailly eradicate the power grids around the world.

  • An economic collapse could create pandemonium. To bypass this, one man escapes the city every weekend with his family to practice survival and defense.

  • In the third season premiere, two unique individuals are profiled who fear the end of the world is fast approaching and are preparing for it.

  • Counting down the top 5 preppers and what makes their plans and their preps the best of the best.

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