CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- "Get Out Alive" is the latest entry in the reality survival shows and features one of the most famous survival experts of all time.
Bear Grylls challenges 10 teams of two to take on the experience of living "Man vs. Wild"-style in New Zealand. For 30 days they will face challenges orchestrated by Grylls, and ultimately be judged by Grylls.
For each task, they are split into groups who are responsible for a certain aspect of survival. After assessing them throughout their journey, Grylls eliminates one team each week that he doesn't think would "get out alive."
In the end, one team will take home the $500,000 prize. But it's not going to be easy. "Sometimes in the wild, purifying dirty water or drinking urine is the only thing that’s gonna keep you alive," Grylls told the teams.
This morning on Larry's Look, Grylls talked about the show and just how tough it's going to be for all of those competing.
He said "there's no blueprint for a hero. You need to squeeze people to see what they're made of.”
For more about the show, go to: www.nbc.com.