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A new National Geographic series streaming on Disney+ features everyone from Conrad Anker to Justine Dupont going deep about their most pivotal close calls and mistakes

The latest ‘Alone’ winner shares stories from surviving in Labrador and details behind preparing for the show

We pitted the fictional Netflix miniseries against the reality survival game show to see which came out on top

Dig into one of Chef Biju’s favorite summer salads filled with seasonal fruits and veggies

The A-list actor is the voice of the new National Geographic documentary ’America the Beautiful,’ and we loved every minute

Every season, the survival reality TV show features a few bushcraft specialists who approach wilderness living with an artistic flair

The four-part Teton Gravity Research series, premiering this week, captures incredible footage of terrifying expeditions, but it succeeds because of the compelling human stories at its heart

In the show's six episodes, host Baratunde Thurston takes viewers across the U.S. and has thoughtful, honest conversations with the people he meets about their relationships to the natural world

Plus, the emotional agony that comes with quitting the survival show early

After two episodes, the survivalist reality show has already seen a few twists and turns

The actor’s nature show, now streaming on Disney+, offers a welcome update to a familiar format

‘The Secret History,’ ‘Battle Royale,’ and the latest Sally Rooney novel

The host of CNN’s ‘United Shades of America’ on what we learn when we engage with communities very different than our own

W. Kamau Bell, the host of ‘United Shades of America,’ sits down with fellow comedian and activist Baratunde Thurston for a lively conversation on what we learn about this country when we engage with communities very different than our own

The actor, woodworker, and dedicated outdoorsman offers up choice lessons for making a deeper connection with the world beyond your door

Outside TV and its 600+ hours of adventure films and television shows are now free with Outside+

‘Only Murders in the Building,’ Shirley Hazzard, and a whimsical TV musical

‘The White Lotus,’ ‘Ted Lasso,’ and the harrowing tale of a shipwreck

Everything you need to know about the Collins Cup, who could win the first-ever event, how it works, and what the broadcast will look like

Phillip Dwight Morgan became obsessed with the hit History Channel series during quarantine. It inspired him to dive into survivalism and gave him skills to navigate an unprecedented year.

Oprah’s interview with Elliot Page, a history of the national park system centering Indigenous perspectives, and more

From ‘Naked and Afraid’ to ‘Running Wild with Bear Grylls,’ these are our picks for the most riveting adventure series on TV

‘The Great Pottery Throw Down,’ an eye-opening anthology about climate change, and an Oscar-winning film starring Mads Mikkelsen

In their Outside TV series, Mike Chambers and Jason Antin take on crazy adventures between Friday evening and Monday morning, inspiring the rest of us to do more with our Saturdays and Sundays, too

‘The Good Place,’ a UN ambassador’s memoir, and a new true-crime podcast were just some of our favorites this month

The books, movies, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The legendary skier's latest project since retiring is an Amazon series called 'The Pack.' It's the perfect lighthearted binge to get you through the pandemic holidays.

Coronavirus hasn't stopped Italian heartthrob and two-wheeled avenger Vittorio Brumotti from righting society's wrongs. The cyclist has delighted audiences with his TV news segment "100% Brumotti," shaming people for parking in handicapped spaces and taking on no less than the Mafia. We ride along with Italy's favorite bike hero.

After a two-decade hiatus, the 'world's toughest race' returns at just the right moment—this time with Bear Grylls

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn’t stop talking about

The hugely popular Netflix docuseries leaves out crucial facts about America's big-cat industry and the people trying to stop it

When the long-running TV game show relaunched in January, it promised a kinder, gentler version suited for the current health climate. It didn't deliver.

The books, movies, podcasts, games, and more that are keeping us sane indoors

When the Discovery Channel invited me to audition for its popular survival-challenge reality show, I knew it was going to be rough. What followed was one of the most intense experiences of my life.

Adventurer Blair Braverman thought going on the reality show would be the experience of a lifetime. It was—in very unexpected ways.

'Honeyland,' 'Into the Canyon,' and 'Okavango: River of Dreams' are generating buzz at Sundance and the Oscars. You can also stream them online.

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn’t stop talking about

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

What two TV hosts learned from subjecting themselves to the agony-inducing defenses of insects, snakes, lizards, and fish

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The American Cornhole League wants to turn a game that's typically played with one hand holding a beer—and possibly named for an indecent part of the human body—into an international spectator sport

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

Princess Daazhraii Johnson, a creative producer for the PBS series, tells Outside that the show is a "way of saying that it’s OK to be who you are, you should be proud of that."

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The two brands continue their heated public spat about who uses superior ingredients, among other things

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

A fascinating data analysis of the 381 painting the beloved artist did for his TV show will have you looking at him in a whole new light

If there’s one thing that makes Americans uncomfortable, it’s successful women

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

Yes, we used our expert knowledge to rank fictional equipment

The new National Geographic series, narrated by Bear Grylls, doesn’t sugarcoat the harsh reality that critters face in the far reaches of the world

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

Last year’s options to watch races like the spring classics and the Tour de France were good. This year’s are even better.

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The secrets to teaching your child to have a positive relationship with cycling in a country that hates bikes

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

There’s a simple solution to the vexing challenge of getting teens to put down their phones: education

What a new interview with America’s most infamous cyclist can tell us about cycling today

Photographer Camille Seaman has a viral TED Talk, a new book, and an uncanny knowledge of weather and storms.

She hosts Travel Channel’s ‘Mysterious Islands,’ flies planes, scuba dives, travels solo to the most remote corners of the world—and she's just getting started

How a former bank teller became the first African American woman to host a regular-season show on the Travel Channel.

No more VPNs or sketchy pirate feeds. Here’s how to get almost every race in every discipline, all year, for less than $200.

What is it and would it really stand up to bitter storms ravaging an alien planet? 

A new drama on AMC combines history and twisted fantasy to recreate the most infamous polar expedition in history

Reality-TV stars never sustain long careers. Just don't tell that to Grylls.

Reality TV stars never have long careers. So how come Grylls is charging harder than ever?

The new Netflix docuseries tells a strange-but-true story that's set in 1980s Oregon but feels especially relevant today

As rescuers worked to save seven climbers, television crews live-streamed everything. The question is: should they?

The cinematographer of episode four talks log chasing, finding small but amazing stories in a vast ocean, and not being afraid of sharks

Your one-stop shopping list for the coming year

Before he became known as the boyfriend on Felicity, Scott Speedman was nearly an Olympic swimmer. Now the star of TNT's Animal Kingdom just wants to have fun in the mountains.

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