I know binge-watching shows is a thing, but we broke up our viewings into a couple sittings. Tyler, his wife, and his cousin have assembled a group of like-minded, would-be marauders from their neighborhood in preparation for a catastrophic domestic terrorist attack. They are stockpiling uses silver and gold to barter with, they also have a Massive Battery Backup to run their home with Wind and Solar Power and Stock food and antibiotics. Archived from on 30 March 2017. Air Force man in Asheville, North Carolina, who fears a global financial crisis.
To protect his family, Bryan has decided to install an underground bunker. He has planted hundreds of edible plants on his property and has begun training his twelve-year-old daughter in self-defense tactics. We also meet 44-year-old adventurer David Lakota who depends on his intuition and connection to nature to survive a giant and the mountainous terrain of Hawaii. Archived from on 30 March 2017. Archived from on 30 March 2017.
Among his preps, he is cultivating alternative food sources like algae and earthworms to ensure his family's survival. Even Kevin O'Brien, first mentioned in Season 1, has recently moved out and joined them. Last but not least, Jay, remembering the September 11 attacks is planning to escape from another terrorist attack on the city with his family. A band of teenage boys join forces to test their wilderness survival skills. Archived from on 30 March 2017.
Profiling a community of Missouri farmers who collect food, precious metals and ammunition in preparation for an electromagnetic-pulse blast. Archived from on 19 March 2017. They've stockpiled canned goods, weapons and supplies, but they still need an underground bunker - which they've been struggling to obtain. Jeff Flaningham is a single, Wisconsin native, who is looking for woman who will live with him in his decommissioned missile silo located in rural central in the event of a catastrophic event. Season 4, Episode 2 July 31, 2014 Season 4, Episode 2 July 31, 2014 A man shares his plans to survive an economic collapse by using rabbits as a source of food and energy, including a rabbit-powered incendiary device. Archived from on 30 March 2017. Try not to buy into the Wise Company constant push it's worse that pushing cars during a show on White Collar, or Subway on Chuck.
Archived from on 30 March 2017. The premiere profiles a Texas couple who have stockpiled more than 50,000 pounds of food in preparation for doomsday. South Carolinian David Appleton is a comedian, but the idea of a devastating earthquake is no joke to him. I absolutely love this season! With the help of his wife and daughter, he begins construction. He fears that social unrest will erupt and has found creative ways to protect his family, including his own recipe for homemade pepper spray. He then arranges a second date with one of them, Stephanie, to go visit his missile silo.
We join these two preppers as they alter their lives to prepare for doomsday. Archived from on 13 November 2013. We have 62 episodes of Doomsday Preppers in our archive. The couple lives in the deep woods of Virginia, and fear that the current political tensions and economic unrest will lead to a world war. Brooklyn Bagwell, casting director for the second season, claimed it was the highest-rated show in the history of the National Geographic Channel.
We told the story of Doomsday Preppers over 4 great seasons but there will not be another. Archived from on 30 March 2017. Archived from on 17 March 2017. In the woods of East Appalachia, Brenda McSwigan fears that a vicious mutating virus will lead to a pandemic that will overwhelm hospitals and leave the rest of the country in chaos. In Oregon, Mike Adams, a restaurant owner is preparing himself and his family for a nationwide terrorist takeover.
Archived from on February 17, 2012. Archived from on 30 March 2017. Jay Blevins has probably thought about it more than most. John Adrain is an inventor who fears a wide range of disasters. Just watch it for fun.