In Ultimate Survival on Discovery channel, we see Bear Grylls do amazing stuff, hunting dangerous animals, climbing dangerous mountains and all that fun stuff.
There was another similar show on that channel few years ago, it was called Survivor Man i believe, the idea is to leave a man alone for 7 days, he carries a camera, he has to do the filming and to survive.
That show was pretty boring, maybe because it was so real, all that guy wanted is to eat, maybe some worms, or fish, create a shelter and lay back until the 7 days are over.
Bear Grylls show however is exciting and so i must ask, how real is it? We see Bear climbing dangerous places, and the crew "somehow" follow him.
We see him making a shelter for 1 person, on some tree or in some cave, and the crew "somehow" get through the night.
We see him hunting and eating bugs and drinking his own pee, and the crew "somehow" survive.
And then miraculously, he finds his way out, running behind a train and jumping on it, and the crew "somehow" follow him.
It just doesn't make sense, lets assume that Bear is real survival expert, how can the crew survive? Every single guy in the crew is an expert? There's a production team following him so how can they survive? It seems more like a movie, and not a surviving experience.