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Running Wild with Bear Grylls Recap 7/2/18: Season 4 Episode 6 “Scott Eastwood”

Actor Scott Eastwood went looking for an adventure in the Bulgarian outback on tonight’s all new episode of Running Wild with "Bear Grylls". Scott rode to his pickup location and was met there by the man of the hour. Bear Grylls had flown in on a helicopter and they were going to use that same chopper to take them to the drop-off site, so it wasn’t until Scott hopped onboard that he was told the chopper wouldn’t be landing when they got off. They had to leave the helicopter using a technique called "fast-roping" in which they used a rope to quickly climbed down from a helicopter still way up in the air. Bear was used to doing this and Scott wasn’t however Scott hadn’t complained when he climbed down or when he was told they were going to be trekking it the rest of the way. Scott revealed that he had been sent to a survival camp when he was seventeen because back then he had gotten into some trouble and so that instilled in him a love for the outdoors. READ MORE...

Running Wild with Bear Grylls Recap 6/25/18: Season 4 Episode 5 “Derek Hough”

Derek Hough met up with Bear Grylls in Bulgaria on tonight’s all new episode of "Running Wild". The dancer and choreographer grew up wanting to be Indiana Jones and so he believed this trip could be that adventure he always craved. Derek got to the meeting point first which was an open field and he was coming across as nervous. His sister had once hung out with Bear and she warned him to do whatever the action man said or else. It was that ‘or else’ that was getting him and Derek wasn’t looking reassured until he saw Bear. Bear came in on a helicopter and the ride stopped just long enough to pick up Derek. Derek hadn’t known what would happen next and therefore Bear threw him when he later told him how they were leaving the chopper. It turns out they weren’t going to slowly be let down but were gong to use some rope to scale down. Derek didn’t even realize he had a problem with heights until that moment. He eventually overcome some of that fear to scale down the rope and he landed just fine only he landed on a very tall mountain. He and Bear landed on a mountain that had them nine thousand feet in the air and moving under those conditions meant they would have go slower than normal. And before they went to the side, Bear instead wanted to go higher. He introduced Derek to rock climbing and, with barely time to process any of it, Derek found himself going up a mountain. He had almost gotten hit by a few boulders that came loose and so besides that he was fine. READ MORE...

Running Wild with Bear Grylls Recap 5/21/18: Season 4 Episode 3 “Lena Headey”

Lena Headey joined the adventurous traveler on tonight’s all-new episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls". Nothing ever truly prepares the stars for Bear. Bear usually left the stars with vague instructions and tonight Lena was told to just drive on a road until Bear finds her, however, Lena never thought she would see Bear coming out of the sky. He had used a Paraflyer to find her on the road and he landed long enough to strap her in. Lena wasn’t a fan of heights or flying and so using a paraflyer was new for her. She had been nervous the whole time about getting in and then flying around, so she hadn’t been comfortable again until they landed. She thought that would be that and was left a little apprehensive when she noticed that he was taking it with them. Lena had actually felt better about the next place they visited than the fact he took the paraflyer. READ MORE...

Running Wild with Bear Grylls Recap 5/14/18: Season 4 Episode 2 “Keri Russell”

Keri Russell joined Bear as tonight’s celebrity guest star on all new episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls". For this trip, the pair headed to the Canary Islands that was originally settled by the Spanish. The Spanish had nicknamed the place where they were going as "The Island of Hell" because of the rough terrain, volcanoes, and the many dangers that await any and everyone. Bear told the audience at home this significant piece of history as he picked up Kerri at the bottom of the mountains. She had been told to accustom herself to the grappling hook she was asked to bring along and unfortunately she hadn’t gotten very far by the time the two met. Kerri had tried to understand it and it wasn’t something that needed to be understood. It was either learn it or risked dying when it’s actually needed. And so Kerri tried to learn other things on her ride up the hill with Bear. READ MORE...

Running Wild with Bear Grylls Recap 5/22/17: Season 3 Episode 8 “Sterling K. Brown”

Sterling walks out into a field, waiting for Bear. They will spend 2 days together in the wild. Sterling has never lived in the country. Sterling was given net in advance. He has never hunted before. Animals freak him out a bit. Bear arrives by helicopter with a cargo net attached. Bear instructs Sterling to climb on to the net. They are lifted into the air. Sterling is excited and in shock. Oh my god, Sterling repeats as he holds tight. Bear prepares Sterling for a drop off into the wilderness. They arrive on land. "Bring it on," Sterling yells! Bear will bring him 8 miles into an icy canyon. Its snow and ice across a rocky terrain. Sterling shares that he went to Sterling as an economics major. He has a passion for acting, doing plays from time to time. Two years in, Sterling changed his major. His mother told him to go with god. Spread his wings and make it happen. The two continue to climb and talk. They travel up hill. They hit the top. Bear tells Sterling they need to rappel down 150 ft. Sterling has never done anything like this, he shares. Bear attaches Sterling to his ropes. Sterling is freaked out. Bear spots a deer below. They stop and look. Bear wants to hunt it. They need to be quiet getting down the hill. READ MORE...

President Obama, Joining Bear Grylls, Tests Survival Skills in Alaska

The presidents appearance on the survivalist reality show Running Wild With Bear Grylls is part of an effort by the White House to highlight the perils of climate change. //rss.nytimes.com/c/34625/f/640388/s/4c4f3b61/sc/3/l/0L0Snytimes0N0C20A150C120C180Cus0Cpolitics0Cpresident0Eobama0Ejoining0Ebear0Egrylls0Etests0Esurvival0Eskills0Ein0Ealaska0Bhtml0Dpartner0Frss0Gemc0Frss/story01.htm