Another Season for HISTORY’s Survival Series Alone


NEW YORK: Ahead of its season three premiere tonight, HISTORY has renewed the survival series Alone for a fourth run.

The third season of Alone debuts at 9 p.m. tonight, inviting viewers to look on as ten survivalists are left in the cold and isolated region of Patagonia, Argentina. Their only mission is to stay alive. The survivalists are equipped with limited gear and cameras to self-document their journeys, with no camera crews present.

“Since season one, we knew we had a groundbreaking show,” said Paul Cabana, the executive VP and head of programming at HISTORY. “Raw, authentic and entertaining, there truly is nothing else like it on television. In season three, viewers will experience how our survivalists endure the challenges faced in a new, remote location at the bottom of the globe. In season four we are elevating the show to even greater heights and hope the evolution of the series will continue to captivate viewers and keep them on their toes.”

Alone is produced for HISTORY by Leftfield Pictures. David George, Shawn Witt, Zachary Green and Ryan Pender serve as executive producers for Leftfield Pictures. Zachary Behr and Russ McCarroll are executive producers for HISTORY. A+E Networks holds worldwide distribution rights for both the series and the format.