Idahoans With Crazy Outdoor Skills Can Apply For New Alone Season
If you're familiar with the reality series Alone, then you understand it takes a very unique individual to outlast all other contestants. All indications are pointing to a new season of the highly-popular survival reality series, and the show's creator has given some pointers on how Idaho fans can get on the show.
Although producers of the series Alone haven't officially announced a casting call for the upcoming season 10, there's absolutely no way in hell this show doesn't get renewed. It's way too popular, and it's one of the most-watched series streaming on the History Channel.
The airing of past seasons of the show has typically kicked off close to the start of summer (late June), so that means filming will likely begin very soon. I would expect an announcement from the show's crew any day now, so getting a jump start on others is a smart thing to do.
For starters, hopefuls should start filming themselves in the outdoors showcasing their survival skills. Alone's Executive Producer Ryan Pender did an interview a few months back where he shared some valuable information about increasing your odds of being noticed as a potential contestant. An Australian spinoff of the show has also been created and is rumored to air soon.
The show rewards the contestant who outlasts the rest of the survivalists (usually 10) in remote, harsh conditions with a hefty cash prize. I've been a fan since season one was released in 2015, and the show just seems to get better and better.
Last season was filmed in Labrador, Canada, and contestant Juan Pablo Quinonez was crowned Alone season nine champion.
If you know an Idahoan who would be great for the show--or you possess expert outdoor skills yourself--reaching out to producers now at firstname.lastname@example.org may give you an inside track to appearing in the series.