History is headed back into the wilderness. Recently, the network announced they renewed the TV series Alone for a fourth season ahead of its season three premiere.
The reality series places a group of survivalists in a remote region where they must survive alone with only limited equipment and cameras to document the experience.
Season three of Alone debuted on December 8th.
New York, NY – December 7, 2016 – HISTORY® orders a fourth season of its hit survival series “Alone” in advance of the season three premiere, it was announced today by Paul Cabana, Executive Vice President and Head of Programming, HISTORY. With higher stakes and greater challenges than ever before, “Alone” season three premieres Thursday, December 8 at 9PM ET/PT, placing ten survivalists alone in the cold, isolated region of Patagonia, Argentina with one mission: to stay alive.
“Since season one, we knew we had a groundbreaking show. Raw, authentic and entertaining, there truly is nothing else like it on television,” said Cabana. “In season three, viewers will experience how our survivalists endure the challenges faced in a new, remote location at the bottom of the globe. In season four we are elevating the show to even greater heights and hope the evolution of the series will continue to captivate viewers and keep them on their toes.”
In “Alone” there are no camera crews and no gimmicks. Equipped only with limited gear, their wilderness experience and cameras to self-document their journeys, these brave men and women are left alone to completely fend for themselves in harsh, unforgiving terrain. To survive, they must find food and water, build shelters and fend off predators. They will face bouts of extreme isolation, psychological distress, and treacherous environmental conditions as they descend into the unknown.
“Alone” is produced for HISTORY by Leftfield Pictures. David George, Shawn Witt, Zachary Green and Ryan Pender serve as executive producers for Leftfield Pictures. Zachary Behr and Russ McCarroll serve as executive producers for HISTORY. A+E Networks holds worldwide distribution rights for both the series and the format for “Alone.””
What do you think? Have you seen Alone? Are you glad it’s been renewed for a fourth season?