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Dual Survival, Season 5HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Military-trained Joe Teti and Matt Graham, the Stone Age "shaman" of this duo, attempt to survive in all-new harsh terrain. Without knives or modern supplies, they’ll approach survival scenarios with differing perspectives, traveling to the high desert canyons that Matt has called home for 20 years, and the mountains where Joe grew up.

Customer Reviews

Great Episode!

What a great first episode! Also, they have really become a strong cohesive team. Matt was an awesome addition and perfect for this show.

Fake crisis before commercial is getting old.

Come on Discovery, you can do better with the editing. Creating a fake crisis before every commercial is a tired formula. Inserting beeps for dramatic effect, where there is no cussing, is lame. This might've flown in season 1, but it's reprehensible in season 5. What's sad is Discovery uses the same tactic in a lot of their shows. News flash--It doesn't drum up excitement after the 50 millionth fake crisis--JUST STOP, PLEASE!! In the very first episode you see them climbing down to find water, but Joe's pantlegs are already wet from the knees down for no apparent reason since they hadn't reached water yet (staged much?). Most of the situations have a staged feel that gets you thinking they are hitting the hotel as soon as they cut away from a scene. The narration is always touting the harshness of the environment and the adverse condtions, which ends up being a gross over-exaggeration most of the time. The saving grace is the way the two get along and the lessons they put forth. I understand it's meant to be a scenario educational show, but realistic survival would be nice, rather than a scripted show. Matt is the breath of fresh air the show needed, but I'm not sure the format and editing shenanigans can get it through another season. Truth be told, I'd rather see Matt do the show alone as Joe's personality is a bit grating. For a much better. more realistic show, see Alone by the History Channel. Discovery needs to let the guys do it for real and drop the posturing.