Dual Survival at its Best
By: Hillary Ossip
Start the new year off right with the premiere of Dual Survival at 9/8c tonight on the Discovery Channel! While you wait for the premiere, find out why this season is going to be the best yet from Cody Lundin, Joseph Teti and executive producer French Horwitz!
Cody: This is what Dual Survival was supposed to be. Not only is it going to be bigger and better – I think this show personifies what it was meant to be at the get go.
Joe: You’re going to see two completely different views on survival. Neither of us are right or wrong. What we’re doing is we’re showing people different viewpoints on survival. That’s what this show is about. It’s survival perspectives from two people with vastly different backgrounds. I think that’s a tremendous asset.
Cody: It’s unique in the fact that you have two people who are passionate about their craft, that have been doing it for a long time, that are put out in the wilderness, having to engage with each others’ egos, frankly, and the wilderness and everything else – where else are you going to get that?
French: If you enjoy being out in the wild and you enjoy being prepared to face anything, this is the kind of show that is really going to help you think about what it would take to get out of a jam. It can really help you learn and can potentially help you save a life. There’s takeaway from it.
Joe: There’s a saying that I absolutely love, “Teamwork is the bond that makes it possible for common people to achieve uncommon results.” And that’s Cody and I. We’re just two regular guys out there, put in very unique situations and we think our way through the situations. Survival is a thinking man’s game.
French: Cody and Joe are incredible because they’re willing to demonstrate what it takes to survive a potentially horrendous situation. Sparks fly and I think this is going to be the biggest baddest season of Dual ever!
Don’t forget to tune in tonight at 9/8c as Cody and Joe head to what Cody has said is one of the most challenging places he’s had to survive: Chile’s Atacama desert!
Also, catch French Horwitz live-tweeting during the premiere @frenchhorwitz.