Maximum Outdoors TV - Netflix
This year on Maximum Outdoors TV, the team enters their third season on The Sportsman Channel. While living their normal lives as fathers, husbands, and avid outdoorsmen, the Maximum Outdoors TV team continues to make their mark in outdoor television by competing with the top shows on the networks. Make sure you follow the MOTV Team as they juggle their every day life, while in pursuit of big game animals across the United States and Canada.
MOTV will take you on a compelling journey you won't want to miss as the team chases big game across the United States and Canada with a major focus of their season on their farms in Illinois and Michigan chasing big whitetail deer.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Maximum Outdoors TV - Fort Boyard (TV series) - Netflix
Fort Boyard is a French game show created by Jacques Antoine that was first broadcast on 7 July 1990 (originally as Les Clés de Fort Boyard, however shortened to Fort Boyard from the second series in 1991). Foreign versions of the show have aired around the world since 1990. Set and filmed on the real fortress of the same name in France, the programme appears similar to The Crystal Maze (which was created as an alternative format by Antoine for Channel 4 in the United Kingdom, after Fort Boyard itself was unavailable to film in because of its then ongoing refurbishment during 1988–89). Channel 5 later bought the rights to Fort Boyard and made their own British version, using the now refurbished set, which aired from 16 October 1998 to 29 December 2001 for four series. It was briefly revived by Challenge in 2003 for one series and the show later returned to UK television in 2012 under a new format aired on CITV, Fort Boyard: Ultimate Challenge. In both programmes the contestants have to complete challenges to win prize money. However, while The Crystal Maze varies the type of games quite considerably, Fort Boyard tends to focus mainly on physical and endurance challenges. Although Fort Boyard was something of a pioneer in the area of game show fear and adventure, later programmes such as Fear Factor have pushed things even further, requiring Fort Boyard to react and adapt with new twists and games, including a couple of seasons in which the contestants spent the night in the Fort (this was particularly popular in the French and Russian versions). Fort Boyard is the most exported French TV format and the fourth most exported adventure-style game show format in the world after Wipeout, Fear Factor and Survivor.
Maximum Outdoors TV - Summary of the UK rules - Netflix
Note: Opening titles shown the original series (1–3) boat, and did not actually show the 2003 remake series arriving outside the Fort.
Maximum Outdoors TV - References - Netflix