Out Of The Wild: Venezuela

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  • 2011
  • 1 Season
  • 8.0  (163)

Out Of The Wild: Venezuela was a popular reality television series that aired on the Discovery Channel in 2011. The show was a survival adventure where nine strangers were put together in the Venezuelan wilderness, tasked with journeying through a perilous jungle terrain to reach civilization.

The premise of the show was simple but intense. The nine contestants were all very different individuals who came from different backgrounds with different life experiences. Some of the contestants were ex-military, adventurers, or survival specialists, while others were artists, teachers or students. However, they all shared one thing in common; they were eager to test their skills and push the boundaries of their comfort zone.

The group started their journey by descending into the remote region of the Gran Sabana. They were dropped off by a helicopter at an unspecified location, and from there, they had to travel on foot, navigating through dense forests and over steep hills, across flowing rivers and through dangerous animal territory, in their quest to reach civilization.

The group was given limited supplies, including a map, a compass, and limited food and water. They were also provided with a satellite phone that could be used for emergencies, but only after a certain period of time had passed. Any calls made for non-emergency purposes would be considered cheating and could result in the contestant being disqualified from the competition.

The show was divided into weekly episodes which documented the progress of the contestants on their journey. Each week there were new obstacles, new challenges, and new opportunities for the contestants to earn rewards, such as additional food or water, or additional tools to help them in their journey.

The group was led by the charismatic and experienced guide, Nix Herrera, who was a native of Venezuela, and had spent the majority of his life travelling through the terrain of the country. He was the group's main source of knowledge and guidance, providing crucial survival tips and helping the contestants navigate the difficult terrain. However, he faced his own set of challenges on this journey and had to cope with the unique pressures placed on him by the production team of the show.

Throughout their journey, the contestants faced various challenges, including the harsh terrain, the intense heat and humidity of the jungle, and the constant threat of wildlife attacks, disease, and injury. They had to learn to work together, build shelters, and hunt for their food. There were moments of camaraderie and moments of conflict, but each contestant was determined to make it to the end.

As the journey progressed, the contestants experienced a range of emotions and challenges. They had moments of clarity and epiphany, and moments of extreme stress and anxiety. However, they had each other to rely on, and ultimately, they found a way to work together and overcome the challenges that lay ahead.

Out of the Wild: Venezuela was a compelling and engaging show that kept viewers on the edge of their seats. It showcased the beauty and danger of the Venezuelan landscape, and the resilience and determination of the human spirit. The show was a testament to the power of the human mind and body to survive and overcome even the most challenging circumstances.

Out Of The Wild: Venezuela is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (8 episodes). The series first aired on February 17, 2011.

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The End is Near
8. The End is Near
April 8, 2011
Life on the river is not as simple as imagined. One member collapses because of exhaustion and hunger. The rest of the team must rally as they desperately search for any sign of civilization.
Hope Floats
7. Hope Floats
March 31, 2011
The remaining group works to create a raft sturdy enough to carry them downriver. Although they are awarded with their largest kill and biggest meal of the journey, they are still desperate for more food.
Face First
6. Face First
March 24, 2011
With only five people remaining, Nick and Brad become stranded by a flash flood. Ryan considers giving up and Brad receives good news.
Butt Out
5. Butt Out
March 17, 2011
Six people remain. Although the hungry team finally catches food, another person quits. Also, Sam reveals an embarrassing medical issue to the rest of the group.
Skin and Bones
4. Skin and Bones
March 10, 2011
The group finds shelter in a Pemon Indian hut and Brad goes hunting with handmade arrows. Sam and Michael still disagree and the group isn't happy. The journey may come to an end for two more people.
Quitting Time
3. Quitting Time
March 3, 2011
One person quits when faced with the harsh reality of the Venezuelan back country. The team scrambles to find shelter when a severe storm rolls in. Nick and Michael eat termites.
Welcome to the Jungle
2. Welcome to the Jungle
February 24, 2011
The group is lost in the jungle and needs to find water fast. Michael proves his worth by tracking a deadly South American snake. Ironically, Brad and Sam are attacked by the very animal they're trying to trap.
The Lost World
1. The Lost World
February 17, 2011
After sleeping on Mt. Roraima, they trek into the jungle where they battle hunger, fatigue and weather. Hypothermia could force the first to leave.
Where to Watch Out Of The Wild: Venezuela
Out Of The Wild: Venezuela is available for streaming on the Discovery Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Out Of The Wild: Venezuela on demand at Amazon Prime and Discovery.
  • Premiere Date
    February 17, 2011
  • IMDB Rating
    8.0  (163)