Naked and Afraid has become one of the Discovery Channel’s biggest hits over the course eight seasons. Its concept of dropping an unclothed man and woman to fend for themselves in the wild for 21 days is unprecedented.

However, while there is real danger during those three weeks (or 40 days on Discovery’s XL version), the show bends the definition of “reality” the same as any other survival show before it, and thus what you think is real might not actually be happening at all, or at least to some degree.

It’s time to talk a look at some of the biggest behind-the-scenes facts and accounts ...

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