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‘Doomsday Preppers’ New Season On ‘NatGeo’ Starts On November 13


Doomsday Preppers premieres on Tuesday night on National Geographic Channel. This season NatGeo is reportedly introducing a new cast of American preppers to the growing viewing audience. The show will largely follow the same format as least season, according to the Food Storage and Survival website.

Practical Preppers will review the readiness levels of the three preppers featured on each episode. The survivalists will also update the audience on their progress after appearing on the National Geographic series. Each one of the three Doomsday Preppers group get 15 minutes of air-time.

In the first episode of the new season of Doomsday Preppers, Big Al from Nashville will showcase his underground bunker. The Tennessee prepper has reportedly been prepping for most of his life. The bunker’s location is not disclosed and is reportedly located 1,800 miles from Big Al’s home.

The second prepper featured on the first episode of the season is 15-year-old Jason Beacham. The teenager is reportedly focused on providing for and protecting his family. The young prepper participant allegedly notes that he realized common sense and brains are of major importance in the survival realm. He and his pals practice bug out drills in their spare time.

The third family featured on the Doomsday Preppers season premiere is the Southwick’s from Utah. The matriarch of the group is apparently not all in with dad’s prepping habits. The man of the house has developed a detailed escape plan for his family of eight just in case a small pox outbreak occurs. Some unanticipated twists reportedly occur during their bug out drill.

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4 Responses to “‘Doomsday Preppers’ New Season On ‘NatGeo’ Starts On November 13”

  1. Anonymous

    I’m so glad this series is back! It is so captivating to dive into the minds of these people as they prep for doom. It’s amazing how many preppers are out there, and I can’t wait to meet them all throughout the season. Now I’m really starting to regret telling my boss at DISH that I’d start working evening on Tuesdays, since I won’t be around to watch the new episodes as they air. At least I have the recordings to look forward to when I get home. Plus, I won’t have to stress while I’m working that they won’t recording, since my Hopper DVR from DISH has more than enough memory space to house all my recordings. I can’t wait to see what kooky prepper will be featured next week!

  2. Les Clements

    Recent episode had a woman making her family practice escaping a potential 3,000 ft tsunami by paddling to higher ground??? Same episode had aguy putting in a bunker in Florida, both families would be drowned if the tsunami actually hit, which is a possibility

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