Ultimate Survival Alaska Cancelled Or Renewed For Season 4? Is There Ultimate Survival Alaska Season 4? When Will Ultimate Survival Alaska Season 4 Be Released?
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Ultimate Survival Alaska Season 3 premiered January 4, 2015.
National Geographic has yet to cancel or renew Ultimate Survival Alaska for Season 4. Check back to be the first to find out whether the reality competition series survives the cancellation axe for a fourth season renewal!
ULTIMATE SURVIVAL ALASKA CANCELLED OR RENEWED TIMELINE
May 5, 2015 – It’s official – National Geographic has cancelled Ultimate Survival Alaska after three seasons. A reason for the cancellation has not been provided, though the announcement follows the death of former contestant Jimmy Gojdics.
May 5, 2015 – Jimmy Gojdics (69) who competed on Ultimate Survival Alaska Season 2 has been discovered shot dead in Fairbanks, Alaska. His death is being treated as a possible homicide. It remains to be seen whether his death will impact the future of Ultimate Survival Alaska, which has yet to be picked up for a fourth season. Nat Geo spokesman Chad Sandhas told AP:
“[He] sustained an injury (in Season 2) that made it impossible for his team to continue in the competition. We were saddened to learn of Mr. Gaydos’s untimely passing and our thoughts and prayers go out to his family at this difficult time.”
March 22, 2015 – Ultimate Survival Alaska concludes its third season with no official word on a potential fourth season.
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ABOUT ULTIMATE SURVIVAL ALASKA
One of the toughest competitions in the world is back for round three as 12 of the world’s toughest outdoorsmen face off against each other, Mother Nature, and their own will to survive. This fight to the finish isn’t about money or a prize; it’s about pushing the limits of human endurance. It’s a dangerous test of strength and determination. And in the end, only one team will be crowned the winner. Four teams—Military, Endurance, Alaskans, and this season’s new team, Lower 48—face peaks, deadly tidal waves, massive glaciers, bottomless crevasses, man-eating predators and treacherous white water. In each of the 13 legs this season, teams have just 60 hours to make it from start to finish … surviving off the land with only the gear on their backs. No GPS. No phones. No mercy. [Nat Geo]
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