Mykel Hawke is a former Special Forces survival expert. His wife, Ruth England, is a TV journalist. Together, they take on some of the most forbidding and remote locations in the world. Dropped into each spot with only a knife and the clothes on their backs, they must survive as a team for four days and nights. As they test their will and their marriage, the two find common ground standing up to nature as husband and wife in the wildest places on Earth.
Stranded deep in the Amazon, Myke and Ruth fight to survive the searing heat, poisonous reptiles, and a jungle that conceals its most deadly threats - and the way out.
When their safari vehicle breaks down, Myke and Ruth find themselves at the bottom of the food chain with little more than a plastic water bottle, spare auto parts and a toolkit filled with survival skills to keep the beasts at bay.
Mykel and Ruth get blown off course while sky diving, and find themselves knee deep in Louisiana gator country, far from help and far too close to a murders' row of hungry reptiles.
Shipwrecked on the remote coastline of Tasmania, Mykel and Ruth battle hypothermia, dehydration and hunger in the face of an approaching storm that threatens to make a bad situation, deadly.
The survival adventure turns deadly when Ruth collapses in the from the broiling heat in the Mexican desert.
When their raft overturns in the frigid waters of the Colorado, Mykel and Ruth find themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place, with a barren canyon on one side, a raging river on the other, and the Moab desert all around.
Myke and Ruth wash up on the shores of the remote, rat-infested desert island of Aitutaki, surrounded by water but without a drop to drink.
Mykel and Ruth must survive Alaska's spring thaw after their snowmobile breaks down in the wilderness.
Mykel and Ruth must elude black bears and other hidden hazards in the Smokey Mountains.