Extreme Survivalist TV Show, Now Casting!


Metal Flowers Media, the casting company that casted parts for The Colony, Dual Survival, Storage Wars, and many other shows, is now casting for an extreme survival reality show.  This could be kind of fun if you are an avid outdoorsman or a trained survivalist.  I just hope it is a legitimate survival show, unlike Survivor and some of the other survival reality shows.

This opportunity was posted on forums.equipped.org by Lauren who works for Metal Flower Media.

If this is something you might be interested in Lauren would like you to send some of your survival experience and photos to laurenk@metalflowersmedia.com.

You can also go to MetalflowersMedia.com to apply.  It seems that there are two shows you may be able to apply for the first one is Extreme Outdoorsman and the second is Bare Survival.  So, if interested you might want to apply for both.

Good luck if you decide to check out this opportunity.

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I am Josh the owner of Beat The End. I am a prepper and trying to be more self sufficient. The most likely thing I am preparing for is an economic meltdown/civil unrest. I am a hunter, fisherman and outdoors man. I have also made a part of the website to explain and inform to my readers the importance of liberty and freedom and libertarianism. If you would like to see the political part of the site please go to beattheend.com/politics.

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5 Responses to Extreme Survivalist TV Show, Now Casting!

  1. Zomby says:

    For some of us it is instinctual, i.e of a coraranitn nature and plain hardheadedness. Some of us just go our own way and the independence of the prepper lifestyle is just natural. Having said that, I wasn’t really a prepper until 1998 and Y2K. My independent streak had me buying as much undeveloped land (23 acres+) as we could afford, some 23 years ago, and even then there was, in the back of my mind, this independent living manifesto developing in the dark corners of my mind, and there were plenty of dark corners. I have always had a (and I hate to use this word as I rant and rail against it, but there is no other way to explain it) a FEELING (ugh!) that IT was coming. Now I have no prescient powers, no ESP or crystal ball, but It has been coming for a while. Obviously you could make the argument that if you wait long enough that IT, will always happen, but it is more than that but that’s as far as I can explain right now. In 98 I was working as a field service engineer on CAT scanners, PET scanners, Nuclear Gamma cameras, some MRI, clinical networking and other electronic tech stuff. When the design engineers couldn’t tell us whether or not our own equipment was going to run or not on Jan. 1st, 2000, it finally occurred to me that there are some things that we just don’t know and cannot predict, that are going to happen and the degree of the consequences, when it finally dawned on me, were staggering.Your last two paragraphs sum it up for me as well. The realization of how fragile our society is was more than evident for a military man that had traveled the world, but you get into the mindset that it can’t happen here in our isolated little warm-blanket world in the U.S. But, au contraire, it can and will and now it is more evident than ever. Some will pooh-pooh it and blow it off, but the parable of the grasshopper and the ant comes to mind or the Little Red Hen . Just in an objective way, if you do the math, and I’m not a mathematician, but the more you learn about the highly probable things that can happen (relatively) and how many there are and you stack them up, one on top of the other, the likelihood that one will happen increases statistically. For example, if you flip a coin, the likelihood of one side or the other is 50% or 1 out of 2. If you pick tails as the IT and heads as life is good , then every single time you flip the coin you have a 50% chance of a tail (SHTF) occurring. Okay, one coin equals one disaster, so if you have two coins (disasters) and you need all heads to be life is good’ then you have only a 25% chance osf life is good happening (e.g. TT, TH, HT or HH). So as the number of coins, potential disasters, increases, the REAL probability that one will occur increases statistically, according to it’s realistic probability in real life. Now before everyone goes ape-sh*t the REALISTIC odds of ANY SHTF scenario are way lower than 50%, down in the single or very low double digit percentiles for many years. If there are any stats mathematicians out there, you could help here. Anyway, when you have known potential events, you can, with enough data input, compute the probability of ONE of them happening within any given time period. Now these would be statistics, also known as being significantly less reliable than lies and damn lies . While I can’t do the math, the gut feeling I have is that within the next 15 years we have an even chance (50%) of something of world-wide, SHTF significance, happening, IMHO. Then, just to muddy the water, there are Black Swan events. These are the ones you don’t even know can happen, therefore there is no way to prepare for them, not even statistically.If you throw out all the extinction events, as they are of no real preparable consequence to us, and just include the real ones (not going to step on that land mine), then it is obvious, that we should prepare and prepare well, with great dispatch. I hope it doesn’t happen, but I’m a realist and it only make sense to prepare, Survive well. Enjoy.

  2. Charles Diaz says:

    Nicely written! Good website. I agree 100% with the instinctual drive to prep. I have always had the drive to do so, though I have only acted upon it seriously in the last few years.

  3. Thomas bettinson-eatch says:

    Hi I’m Thomas I’ve been watching these sort of series for a long time now and It has been my dream to be a part of it. Would love to be apart of a life changing show I’m at home in the outdoors and will do anything to survive would love to hear back thanks tom

  4. Michael Berlingo says:

    People have been telling me i should be on a reality show ever since reality shows began. i can confidently say i am an interesting individual. i don’t know how to say this without sounding too cocky but i’m your guy. Yup, your welcome the seach is over, take the rest of the day off. seriously though, i know if we ever met you would see what in see ever time i look in the mirror, and that’s plain and simple, a Mans’ Man and definatetly a bad ass dude. qiuck stats, 6’3, 240lbs, 39 yrs old, feeling an easy 29 yrs old, and distractinly hansoms. i enjoy good living, healthy food, and staying in shape. i am also a former 1st Force Recon Marine. Most dont know this but we make the Seals look like regular infanty. i’ve done survival training all over the world and in every element. i often say to people, you can drop me off any where in the world, no food, no water, blindfolded and ear muffed upon insert and not only will i navigate out, but when i reach my final destination i’ll probably be a few pounds heavier and wearing my new fur coat! i’m the real deal guys and i never entertained reality tv until these survival shows started. ive challenged myself my whole life and i never give up and i know only one speed, and believe it or not, i do it all with a big old smile on my face. let me know if you would like pictures, proof of my military training, or better yet, if i get mom on the horn with ya she could probably sell me and close this quickly. O.K, i’ll be standing by, lookin foreword to hearing from you guys. Give me a chance and i’ll entertain America

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