Naked and Afraid has become one of the Discovery Channel's biggest hits over the course eight seasons. Its concept of dropping an unclothed man and woman to fend for themselves in the wild for 21 days is unprecedented. It's time to talk a look at some of the biggest behind-the-scenes facts and accounts from participants of the show in order to further analyze what is "real" and what isn't. The contestants who spoke out aren't to be necessarily trusted either, but most of these examples can be backed by more than one participant of the challenge. Continuing the rivalry between producers and survivalists, the participants stretched the meaning of doing whatever they could to last in the wild. When supplies are scarce and competitors grow weaker by the day, there's always an alternative they know they can count on: the supplies of the production team. Shane Lewis once again found himself the topic of conversation when he supposedly snuck away some peanut butter, chips, bread, trail mix, and Frosted Flakes from the crew.
I imagine that by day five they probably smell foul.
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If you are looking for another guilty pleasure to indulge in, try Naked And Afraid. The Discovery Channel sends a group of naked coupled strangers into the wild for three weeks. They are naked, afraid and have to work together in order to survive the 21 days. What's not to like? But how does it all work? When you have two people naked in the middle of nowhere, do they hook up off camera? Are they really alone? What about the crew? What does their family think about their lack of modesty?