Bear Grylls, a man who now lives because he drank a lot of piss and ate a lot of bugs and knows how to climb a rope, is back with an interactive Netflix survival show where you, the viewer, can make him shoot the smallest crocodile alive with a pebble. That’s the price of survival in You vs. Wild, a show where Bear does his usual routine of having a strong core while swinging a machete around. The catch is, You vs. Wild draws from Netflix’s recent experience with choose-your-own-adventure storytelling seen in Black Mirror’s Bandersnatch , and applies it to Grylls’ familiar life or death situations. Grylls will still explain how to stay alive in some grueling scenarios, but when it comes to how—sleeping on a bone pile in a jaguar cave or in the trees with some mad monkeys—the choice is yours. Disappointingly, your choices don’t matter too much. I mean, I didn’t expect You vs. Wild to advance the interactive TV genre at all, but it’s still a bummer we can’t watch Grylls truly fuck up for once. It’s clearly aimed at young people, and I’m not sure watching Grylls’ limp body bounce off a cliffside and… Read full this story
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