Analog in Vienna

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  • 2016
  • 1 Season

Analog in Vienna is a Red Bull TV show that aired in 2016, featuring the legendary Hubertus von Hohenlohe, Wild Evel, and Seumas F. Sargent. This show takes the audience on a journey through the vibrant city of Vienna, Austria, with a focus on the city's thriving BMX and skateboard scene, combining epic stunts with stunning visuals of the city's architecture and historical landmarks.

Hubertus von Hohenlohe, who is a former alpine skier and current singer, songwriter, and fashion designer, acts as the host and guide for the show. He introduces us to some prominent figures in the BMX and skateboarding scene, including the Austrian BMX rider Wild Evel, and Seumas F. Sargent, an American skateboarder known for his fearless stunts.

The show starts with a breathtaking shot of Vienna's Schönbrunn Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with von Hohenlohe's narration in the background, providing historical background information for the viewers. The subsequent shots transition to various parts of the city, including the famous Zaha Hadid-designed building, the Lois and Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art, and the Museum of Applied Arts.

The first half of the show is dedicated to BMX riding. Wild Evel, the Austrian BMX rider, takes the audience on a tour of the city, performing some breathtaking stunts on his bike, including jumps over benches, stairs, and even one over a parked car. The show's camera captures the BMXer in action from different angles, providing a unique perspective for the viewer. The show also features some interviews with Evel, where he talks about his passion for the sport and the challenges he faces in his profession.

The second half of the show focuses on Seumas F. Sargent, the American skateboarder. The audience gets to see Seumas in action on Vienna's streets and public spaces, showcasing some spectacularly risky stunts. He skateboards through a public fountain, jumps over staircases, and even takes his skateboard up a tree. The show does an excellent job of balancing the excitement of the stunts with the beauty of the city's architecture and highlights both aspects in equal measure.

The show culminates in a jam session at the MuseumsQuarter, which brings together BMXers and skateboarders for an epic showdown. The show's camera captures the event from multiple angles, providing viewers with an immersive experience of the ramps, jumps, and stunts as they happen in real-time.

Throughout the show, the hosts explain the history and culture behind Vienna's architecture and infrastructure, providing context to the city's vibrant BMX and skateboarding culture. They highlight how the vibrant urban sport movement can coexist peacefully with the city's rich cultural heritage.

Analog in Vienna's production is slick, innovative, and visually stunning. The show features some truly breathtaking camera work, including stunning aerial shots of the city, close-ups of the stunts, and dramatic time-lapse footage of the city's iconic landmarks. The show's music is upbeat and energetic, perfectly complementing the high-octane action.

In conclusion, Analog in Vienna is an exhilarating and visually stunning show that not only highlights Vienna's vibrant BMX and skateboard culture but also provides a unique perspective on the city's architecture and culture. With its perfect blend of drama, excitement, and historical context, this show is a must-watch for all action-sport enthusiasts and anyone who loves to see a city in a new light.

Analog in Vienna is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (7 episodes). The series first aired on April 1, 2016.

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Analog in Vienna is available for streaming on the Red Bull TV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Analog in Vienna on demand at and
  • Premiere Date
    April 1, 2016