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Naked and Afraid 4 Seasons 2013

Season 1
(137) IMDb 6.9/10

7. Bares All TV-14 CC

NAKED AND AFRAID season finale. All cast (and their family) return with insight and reveal never-before-seen footage from the addictive new show. NAKED AND AFRAID: BARES ALL promises to strip itself down and expose everything you couldn't see before!

Starring:
Shane Lewis, Kimberly Shelton
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
August 3, 2013

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Shane Lewis, Kimberly Shelton
Supporting actors E.J. Snyder, Kellie Nightlinger, Jonathan Klay, Alison Teal, Clint Jivoin, Laura Zerra, Puma Cabra, Julie Wright, Billy Berger, Kylie Furneaux, Michael Brown
Season year 2013
Network Discovery Channel
Producers Grant Axton, Chris Horangic, Missy Hughes, Robert Michael Kelly, David Kirkwood, Hank Leukart, Timmy Paul, Stephen Rankin
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By C. Keys on July 31, 2013
I heard about "Naked and Afraid" from a friend of mine, and I decided to watch it because the concept is intriguing; take a man and a woman who have survival training, but don't know each other, and put them in a remote area with only 1 man-made item each of their choosing and they have to survive for 21 days.

Of the 5 episodes I've watched, I've really been impressed with the show. They are followed by a camera crew, but they are otherwise simply documented. They are given a crude map, and their choice of a man-made tool (one person always chooses a bladed instrument of some kind) and from that point they're on their own to find water, food & shelter and after 21 days, they make their way to an extraction point to return home.

They are naked, but that's not the focal point of the show, although being exposed to the elements does have a major impact to several of the participants (e.g. sunburn, infection from thorns, bug bites, etc...). In many of the episodes they will fashion clothing of sorts, but again it's more like watching a documentary on primitive culture, the nudity is not sexual and any private parts are blurred.

I've never watched Survivor, but I realize there must be similarities. The contrasts are obvious: No prize money, only 2 contestants, no food given except what they find/catch/kill, all have some level of survival training.

The dynamic of having a male & female participant who don't know each other adds another compelling level. From what I've witnessed, if there ever was any sexual tension between the participants (and I think I only glimpsed it once), it vanishes quickly when hardship occurs. Apparently not having fire, nor water, nor shelter is a huge turnoff; who knew?
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Mark Morey on September 29, 2013
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Great program, very well done, not the typical reality TV garbage. Very engaging, af first I could not figure out why the nudity, but after watching several episode it makes all the sense, very natural, after a while you don't even notice, of course they blur out the good parts, I think the program would be all that much better if they did'nt.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jordan on July 25, 2013
Two survival experts (hopefully) are in the wilderness with nothing but 1 tool, camera & pouch each for 21 days. They have a small camera crew, but they can't help & they leave at night, leaving both people out with the wild beasts by themselves. The show is so extreme that on one episode neither one made it. Discovery Channel should have an UNCENSORED version when it comes out on disc if they expect more sales. A DVD/Blu-ray can easily hold both versions!

They should say that if they make it the 21 days they get to keep the video cameras.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By KorMan on September 9, 2014
I've seen the series on the Discovery Channel. The concept is fairly interesting, but calling it "Naked and Afraid: Uncensored" is deceptive advertizing. What is Discovery's definition of "Uncensored" when cusswords are deleted and the nudity is blotted out?

Reality time:

* There are two strangers who spend 21 days totally naked together;
* For 21 days they can see each other's uncensored naked bodies;
* They are recorded by film crews who can see their uncensored naked bodies;
* The digital airbrushers see the the uncensored naked bodies while they are blurring the "naughty bits";
* The network airs the sanitized results and calls the episodes "Uncensored".

What the neo-Victorian bluenoses fail to realize: by obscuring the bodies of the couple, they are in fact drawing undesired attention to the blurred areas, with people watching for glimpses of breasts and genitalia rather than paying attention to what's going on.

As a lifelong naturist, I can say from experience that a nude woman is far less erotic than one dressed in Victoria's Secret garb. Ditto a nude man vs one wearing a thong. Why? A: because sexual attraction and arousal are largely a result of imagination having free rein. "What's under those clothes (or modesty blurs)?" Take the blurs away, and the titillation factor vanishes. After the viewers have seen the body parts, then what? Perhaps watch the episode?

One hopes that if the Discovery Channel releases the series on DVD, the "Uncensored" part of the title will be meaningful. I'd buy the set, but only if it isn't "edited for television".
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rachel on March 19, 2014
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I am a big fan of survival shows and so far this is the most legitimate one I've watched. Compared to Dual Survival (which I love), Man vs. Wild and Survivorman, this show definitely seems the most intense and the participants seem to experience the most hardship. I definitely have a lot of respect for the people who go on this show.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TM massage TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 24, 2015
We love this show, and watch every season. Strangers start out naked, so they need to find safe shelter, water, food - in that order. Fire tends to be a major problem, since that is often required for both the food and water requirements. There is never any sexual tension - many other priorities here, and being naked is simply a hardship.

I only give it 4 stars, since it would be really interesting to see more evaluation. For example, one pair spends 4 days trying to build fire. We know there is a panel of experts always adjusting their PSR (or Primitive Survival Rating) - what is the consensus of what they could have done better? Would be great to learn a bit more out of the show. Naked and Afraid Uncensored doesn't do this, but rather spends more time on background of the participants.
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