How to watch new Bear Grylls show on Facebook Watch
Bear Grylls: Face the Wild is about to debut a new docu-series on Facebook Watch, bringing along fans for one-on-one adventures.
The first episode is set to go online March 21, and the entire series is free to watch.
Bear will be making some of his biggest fans’ dreams come true with his new series. Answering thousands of requests from the Facebook community across the nation, Bear will surprise 10 of his most inspiring fans by inviting them on one-on-one adventures of a lifetime.
Over the course of 10 weeks, Grylls will bring a new participant along with him on unique and challenging trek. Some will be getting a taste of the wild for the first time. Others will be trying to prove to their families they can keep up with the best.
Participants will share their own inspiring, humorous and heart-warming stories as Bear pushes them out of their comfort zones. Fans will be able to become part of each journey too by following the “Bear Grylls: Face the Wild” show page on Facebook Watch.
Episodes will be released weekly on Wednesdays. The show is coming to Facebook Watch roughly a year after Grylls’ popular NBC show, “Running Wild with Bear Grylls.”
Facebook Watch is one of the newest platforms entering the streaming realm. Facebook has been rolling out support of its Facebook Video app to Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and other popular streaming devices.
How to watch Bear Grylls: Face the Wild on Apple TV, Fire TV and Android TV
If you want to watch a show premiering on Facebook Watch, just download the Facebook Video app to your favorite streaming device.
Facebook Video supports Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV devices like NVIDIA Shield TV. You can also catch Face the Wild using iOS and Android apps on your smartphone or by simply watching on your computer.
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