Surviving in the wild is hard enough, but imagine braving Mother Nature
with only the clothes on your back, the gear you can fit in one bag...
and your significant other. New Discovery Channel series Men, Women,
Wild is a modern tale of survival in which three survivalist couples -
including a husband and wife, a boyfriend and girlfriend, and a mother
and father - endure the ultimate test of their skills and relationships
by taking on the most intense survival journey of their lives. From
Renegade 83, creators of Emmy-nominated series Naked and Afraid and
this summer's No. 1 new unscripted cable series Naked and Afraid XL,
the series premiere of Men, Women, Wild airs Wednesday, November 11 at
10:00 PM ET/PT on the Discovery Channel. Men, Women, Wild is a 6-part
series told from the survivalists' unique point of view. The couples
will be dropped off in three of the harshest environments in the world,
and for three weeks they will have to live off of the land, navigate the
vast, unknown terrain and find their way back to civilization, but only
if they can survive the wild and each other. Throughout each journey,
the couples will share their experience and lead viewers through their
triumphs and setbacks as they attempt to survive.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
Men, Women, Wild - The Wild Women of Wongo - Netflix
The Wild Women of Wongo is a 1958 American film directed by James L.
Wolcott, featuring low budget, stereotypical portrayals of fictional
tropical islanders. The movie was released on DVD in 2004.
Men, Women, Wild - In other media - Netflix
The movie was featured in an episode of Ed the Sock's This Movie Sucks!
The movie was featured in the movie Screwballs. The Wild Women of Wongo
was riffed by Mystery Science Theater 3000 successor project The Film
Crew in 2007. The theatrical rock band The Tubes had a song by the same
name on their 1983 record Outside Inside, and is a parody of the movie.
Men, Women, Wild - References - Netflix