Doomsday Preppers

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Doomsday Preppers
Doomsday Preppers logo.jpg
Genre Reality
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 54
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Alan Madison
  • Kathleen Cromley
  • Matt Sharp
Running time 44 minutes
Production company(s) Sharp Entertainment
Broadcast
Original channel National Geographic Channel
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
720p (HDTV)
Original run February 7, 2012 (2012-02-07) – present
External links
Website
Production website

Doomsday Preppers is an American reality television series that airs on the National Geographic Channel. The program profiles various survivalists, or "preppers", who are preparing to survive the various circumstances that may cause the end of civilization, including economic collapse, societal collapse, and electromagnetic pulse. The quality of their preparations is graded by the consulting company Practical Preppers, who provide analysis and recommendations for improvements.

Development[edit]

Casting for the first season began September 2011. Casting for a second season began April 2012.[1] The series' third season premiered on October 29, 2013.[2][3]

Dräger Equipment, Wise Food Storage Company and the United States Gold Bureau are sponsors of the show.[4][5]

Reception[edit]

Doomsday Preppers has received varied reviews. Neil Genzlinger in The New York Times condemned it as an "absurd excess on display and at what an easy target the prepper worldview is for ridicule," noting, "how offensively anti-life these shows are, full of contempt for humankind."[6] Nevertheless, "The program has been a ratings bonanza, with a 60-percent male audience, with an average age of 44."[7] "Doomsday Preppers is the network's most-watched series".[8] Brooklyn Bagwell, casting director for the second season, claimed it was the highest-rated show in the history of the National Geographic Channel.[9]

In response to negative comments, Jay Desai, who was featured in the shows first season, responded: "We don’t make it an obsession like some folks but we do spend a fair amount of time and money on it. ... you can’t always rely on the government or society to help you. The more people that are prepping minded, the better off we’ll all do."[10]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2012)[edit]

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0 0 "Pilot" June 27, 2011 (2011-06-27) N/A

Dennis McClung and family show their backyard food production system known as the Garden Pool; Lisa Bedford (The Survival Mom) takes urban preparation to a new level in preparing for a financial collapse; The Kobler and Hunt families combine forces in order to ensure food production through an economic collapse. David Kobler and Scott Hunt are the owners of the Practical Preppers company that provides the expert evaluation in latter episodes.[11]

Highlights: Garden Pool — Urban farming - Tilapia - Aquaculture - Aquaponics - Wood gas - Alternative fuels — Combat information
1 1 "Bullets, Lots of Bullets[12]" February 7, 2012 (2012-02-07) 1.296[13]

Paul Range and friends prepare for a polar shift; In California, Christopher Nyerges demonstrates urban jungle survival skills to be used in the event of a massive earthquake; Deep in the heart of Houston, Texas, Megan Hurwitt hopes to survive on her own and escape to Mexico after the Middle East suddenly cuts off its oil exports.

Highlights: Supplies — Shipping container homes - Bug-out - Wild edible plants - Firearms - Urban survival
2 2 "I Hope I Am Crazy[14]" February 7, 2012 (2012-02-07) 1.214[13]

David Sarti, a YouTube "firearms instructor" and self-taught survivalist, is prepared for an electrical grid failure; Kellene Bishop of Utah has stocked only the finest gourmet survival foods in preparation for financial collapse; Kathy Harrison, "the Doris Day of Doom", has prepared her local community for a New Madrid earthquake; Dennis Evers brings the family together to survive global chaos caused by hyperinflation.

Highlights: EMP Information - Creative emergency cooking — Handguns - Self Defense - Self sufficiency — Community survival
3 3 "Back to the Stone Age[15]" February 14, 2012 (2012-02-14) 1.031[16]

Tim Ralston — A survival tool manufacturer (the Crovel), loses part of a thumb during firearms practice for the show; Jason Charles, a New York City fireman-turned-prepper, demonstrates urban survival skills; Jules Dervaes is preparing for the collapse of the industrial food system; Pat Brabble insists on surviving hyperinflation by planning ahead.

Highlights: GMO information — Shooting Accident - Bug-out bag - Close combat skills - Water storage - MREs - Urban agriculture
4 4 "It's All Gonna Hit the Fan[17]" February 21, 2012 (2012-02-21) 1.013[18]

Martin Colvill lives on the road with his wife as a "survival trucker" and looks to prepare for the upcoming economic collapse; Donna Nash is prepared to quarantine all her family members to protect against a global pandemic; Kevin O'Brien is concerned about losing his home due to rising sea levels created by global warming or a polar shift.

Highlights: Weapons training — Security systems - Home defense - Polar Shift
5 5 "Friends Can Become Enemies[19]" February 28, 2012 (2012-02-28) 0.825[20]

James Patrick Douglas, a man of the land in Maine, shows off homesteading techniques he believes will become necessary based upon overpopulation fears; Larry Hall turns an underground missile silo into a bunker to make sure his family is safe during any event; Becky Brown (of Grab n Go Food Storage) is making sure she and others are ready for martial law.

Highlights: Family survival - Home security - Primitive tools and weapons — Sniper skills — Underground bunkers
6 6 "Nine Meals Away from Anarchy[21]" March 6, 2012 (2012-03-06) N/A

For Mike Messiner, civil unrest is just around the corner and he aims to get everyone ready; Colorado computer programmer Preston White has collected over 11,200 types of seeds and plans for biosphere living in a Fukushima-irradiated future while friends Shane and others provide supportive help; Riley Cook spends his days working close to home and with the prepper society building underground structures.

Highlights: Nuclear disaster information — Biospheres - Seedbank - Animals for defense — Fuel storage - Food storage - Alternative fuel resources — Underground bunkers
7 7 "Into the Spider Hole[22]" March 13, 2012 (2012-03-13) 1.078[23]

Doug Huffman is prepared, teaching techniques for surviving a second depression based upon America's massive debts.; Dianne and Greg Rogers, dedicated parents in Canada, are concerned with future events affecting their home-life; Ed and Dianna Peden ("still living in the 60's"), of Topeka, Kansas are preparing to survive fully underground in their decommissioned Atlas missile silo when doomsday arrives.

Highlights: Camouflage - Food, animal & Aquaponics fish production - Root cellar - Small arms
8 8 "It's Gonna Get Worse[24]" March 27, 2012 (2012-03-27) 0.915[25]

Bruce Beach, a lifelong prepper, is focused on nuclear war and saving children in his 42 underground buses; Jeremy and Kelly, concerned parents in Salt Lake City, are preparing for the collapse of society due to peak oil; Bradford Frank of San Diego works around the clock in preparation for a worldwide pandemic that could end life as we know it.

Highlights: Ark Two Shelter - Peak oil - Water Resources — Antibiotics — Bug-out Vehicle - Bird Flu
9 9 "Close the Door, Load the Shotgun[26]" April 3, 2012 (2012-04-03) N/A

John Major has moved his family to Idaho for a more natural lifestyle; Janet Spencer, an author in Montana, decided because of her location to prepare for refugees fleeing from disasters in larger nearby cities; Jack & Jackie Jobe, though new to prepping, have made great progress in preparing for their future survival.

Highlights: Edible insects - Superfood - Dirty bomb - Survival Seedbanks — Food storage
10 10 "Disaster Doesn't Wait[27]" April 10, 2012 (2012-04-10) N/A

Barry, Pink and Cole have the ultimate urban underground bunker right in their garage; Steve Pace, a hometown survivalist, is ready to take on long-term electric failure; Carolina resident Laura Kunzie is preparing for a massive airborne flu outbreak.

Highlights: Bunkers — Off-Grid Sanitation — Bug out - EMP - Hillbilly faraday cage - Bird Flu - Quarantine
11 11 "I Suggest We Run[28]" April 17, 2012 (2012-04-17) 0.861[29]

Texas prepper "Mr Wayne" bases his doomsday fears on a Chinese financial takeover and he has prepared many ways to survive such events. John & Cristina Sellers are hardworking Americans who want to protect what they have. Jason & Tanya have done their homework on how life and prepping can happen on a budget.

Highlights: Underground Storage — Reloading bullets - Explosives - Bartering - Gold panning
12 12 "Extreme Prep Edition[30]" April 24, 2012 (2012-04-24) N/A

National Geographic brings the year together by looking at how some people have prepared in similar ways and tells the story of why the show as a whole works, teaching others that any emergency preparation is better than none.

Highlights: Underground bunkers — Food storage — Water — Firearms — Defense — Emergency Transportation

Season 2 (2012–13)[edit]

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13 1 "You Can't Let Evil Win[31]" November 4, 2012 (2012-11-04) N/A

Johnny O is prepping for terrorist attacks on nuclear power plants.

Highlights: Nuclear reactor attacks - Emergency evacuations - Bug-out
14 2 "Am I Nuts or Are You?[32]" November 13, 2012 (2012-11-13) 1.37[33]

Jason Beacham is a 15-year-old boy who has been prepping for economic collapse since age 11; Big Al is a Tennessee musician who is prepping for a Russian nuclear attack with a secret mountainous bug-out location; former racer Braxton Southwick of Salt Lake City is prepping for a biological terrorist attack.

Highlights: Economic collapse - Bioterrorism
15 3 "Bad Times All the Time[34]" November 20, 2012 (2012-11-20) N/A

Jay Blevins is a former law enforcement officer who is prepping with his family and neighbors for a global economic collapse. Brian Murdock and his Colombian wife-to-be Tatiana are preparing to relocate from suburban Somerville, Massachusetts to somewhere in Upstate New York. Tatiana overcomes her initial reluctance to Brian's prepping ways. Bryan and Lacey May are Indiana preppers preparing for an earthquake along the New Madrid Fault Line. They are stockpiling uses silver and gold to barter with, they also have a Massive Battery Backup to run their home with Wind and Solar Power and Stock food and antibiotics.

Highlights: Social unrest - Economic crisis - Self-defense - Homemade Pepper spray
16 4 "The Time of Reckoning[35]" November 27, 2012 (2012-11-27) 0.77[36]

Tom Perez has spent over 12 years prepping for widespread chaos following dirty bomb wielding terrorist attacks.

Highlights: Dirty bomb - Terrorist attacks
17 5 "Taking from the Haves[37]" December 4, 2012 (2012-12-04) N/A

Jeff Bushaw plans to fly his family to safety following the eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano; Allen and Franco have built sustainable food production systems in preparation for worldwide food shortages; John Adrain has invented numerous security gadgets to turn his estate into a technological fortress safe from a wide range of disasters.

Highlights: Yellowstone Supervolcano - Global food crisis - Home automation - Aquaponics
18 6 "You've Got Chaos[38]" December 11, 2012 (2012-12-11) 0.83[39]

Bob Kay, a nutritional scientist in Southern California, is prepping for environmental destruction due to massive earthquakes; Ryan Croft is prepping for a global financial crisis by cultivating alternative food sources like earthworms; politician Joshua Wander is preparing for a terrorist attack, stocking up kosher foods and teaching others about prepping.

Highlights: Earthquake - Edible insects - Terrorist attack - Xeriscaping
19 7 "Escape from New York[40]" December 18, 2012 (2012-12-18) N/A

Follow three New York preppers as they plan their bug-out to escape from a variety of disasters: Cameron Moore, a student is planning to escape a meltdown from a nearby nuclear plant. Margaret Ling is planning to escape in case another hurricane struck her city, having recalled the events of Hurricane Sandy. Last but not least, Jay, remembering the September 11 attacks is planning to escape from another terrorist attack on the city with his family.

Highlights: Hurricane Sandy - Social unrest - Bug-out - Evacuation
20 8 "No Such Thing as a Fair Fight[41]" January 1, 2013 (2013-01-01) N/A
Brent prepares his children and grandchildren because he fears an Electromagnetic Pulse, caused by a nuclear detonation will cripple the national power lines, possibly forever. Instead of bunkers, he has built a medieval castle and teaching his children and grandchildren new tactics of defense and survival. This was spun-off into its own series, Doomsday Castle. Meanwhile, in Bear Grass, North Carolina, Derek Price also fears an EMP. He is using his privately owned amusement park, called Deadwood, so that he, his friends and family can survive.
21 9 "Prepared, not Scared[42]" January 8, 2013 (2013-01-08) 0.80[43]
Bryan Smith, remembering his eventful past has been prepping for an economic collapse. Meanwhile, Christine has been using her skills, organization and strictness to prepare for a mega-tsunami caused by the Cumbre Vieja volcano which could collapse and cause the tsunami which will wipe out the East Coast of the United States
22 10 "In the Hurt Locker[44]" January 15, 2013 (2013-01-15) N/A
Lucas Cameron, a farmer living in Tennessee, is preparing for a New Madrid earthquake and the civil unrest following that. He is also joined by his group of friends and family. Even Kevin O'Brien, first mentioned in Season 1, has recently moved out and joined them. Meanwhile near Denver Colorado, Snake Blocker is preparing to survive like his ancestors, the Apache tribe, by living off the land in the event of a financial collapse.
23 11 "Preppers Paradise[45]" January 22, 2013 (2013-01-22) N/A
Lindsay, a radio host and a supporter of the back-to-the-land movement is preparing for a total failure of the agricultural and food system with her family and some friends. Meanwhile Jim D and his daughter is preparing for a cyber-terrorist attack which can shut down today's technology and even cause the power grid to shut down. He is using his bug-out vehicle called The Behemoth.
24 12 "Hit The Ground Running[46]" February 5, 2013 (2013-02-05) N/A
25 13 "Solutions Not Problems[47]" February 12, 2013 (2013-02-12) N/A

Doug owns a rock hauling business in Tennessee and plans to bug-in with his family in his underground bunker. Doug, whose line of work has earned him the nickname "Rockman", also plans to use a hillside full of boulders as a defense to ward off potential threats. He is also stockpiling coins minted before the 1970s because of their higher silver content, which makes them useful for bartering. Jeff Flaningham is a single, Wisconsin native, who is looking for woman who will live with him in his decommissioned SM-65 Atlas missile silo located in rural central Kansas in the event of a catastrophic event. During the program, Jeff goes on dates with three women he has met through an online dating service. He then arranges a second date with one of them, Stephanie, to go visit his missile silo.

Highlights: Coins of the United States dollar - water purification
26 14 "Pain Is Good[48]" February 19, 2013 (2013-02-19) N/A

Craig Compeau is a third-generation Alaskan who is prepping for a government takeover. Craig has set up a remote bugout InterShelter in the Alaskan wilderness. We also meet 44-year-old adventurer David Lakota who depends on his intuition and connection to nature to survive a giant tsunami and the mountainous terrain of Hawaii. During the program David and his girlfriend Rachaelle bug out with minimal supplies from the Kalalau Valley on Kaua'i to the 4000' high plateaus above.

Highlights: Moose hunting - Edible wild plants - Barefoot hiking
27 15 "A Fortress at Sea[49]" March 5, 2013 (2013-03-05) N/A
Kevin lives in eastern Washington and is prepping his family for a volcanic eruption using multiple bug-out vehicles. We also meet Captain Bill Simpson, who has built a bunker sailboat, made mostly of iron so that he could retreat out to sea in case of a massive solar flare which could send an energy wave, in the form of an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) which could damage today's technology.
28 16 "Let Her Rip[50]" March 12, 2013 (2013-03-12) N/A
Freda, a modern-day descendant of the Hatfield Clan is living in the woods of Virginia, and is preparing to survive two things: Civil uprising after an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) and martial law, following it. In Oregon, Mike Adams, a restaurant owner is preparing himself and his family for a nationwide terrorist takeover.
29 17 "Gonna Be a Big Bang[51]" March 19, 2013 (2013-03-19) N/A
Brad and his family are preparing to survive an economic collapse in their backyard bunker. Meanwhile, in Kansas, Kevin Barber has devised a very unique plan to also escape an economic collapse: By permanently settling down at Costa Rica.
30 18 "Lone Wolves and Lovers[52]" March 26, 2013 (2013-03-26) N/A
This episode was a recap episode of Season 2.
31 19 "Don’t Betray the Colony[53]" August 13, 2013 (2013-08-13) N/A
32 20 "The Gates of Hell[54]" August 20, 2013 (2013-08-20) N/A
Steve works with a stern hand to prep his family for the potential threat. South Carolinian David Appleton is a comedian, but the idea of a devastating earthquake is no joke to him. His job doesn't always pay the bills, so David must dumpster dive to find supplies to make a DIY camouflage net to hide his preps.
33 21 "Whatever It Takes[55]" August 27, 2013 (2013-08-27) N/A
34 22 "People Become Animals[56]" September 3, 2013 (2013-09-03) N/A

Season 3 (2013)[edit]

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35 1 "Take Our Country Back[57]" October 29, 2013 (2013-10-29) N/A

Curt has built a fortress in his 80-acre estate in high desert of Oregon. The BOL is outfitted with, among other things, a 3,000-square-foot greenhouse, an artificial lake, infrared cameras and a high-tech software system, and 30 bugout vehicles

Former Army Ranger Rodney Dial from Ketchikan, Alaska obtains a Armored Personnel Carrier called "War Machine". His family practices an offensive strategy called "rolling thunder". Additionally, Rodney develops a system to hide supplies in large metal pods under the bay.

Highlights: Greenhouses - water supply - firearm training
36 2 "Top Survivors[58]" November 3, 2013 (2013-11-03) N/A

recap episode featuring the 6 highest scoring preppers the first two seasons. They were: t5) John Adrain (s2e5) t5) Bryan Smith (s2e9) 4) Craig Compeau (s2e14) 3) Cpt. Bill Simpson (s2e15) 2) "The Colony" (s2e19) 1) Paul Range and Gloria Haswell (s1e1)

Highlights:
37 3 "The Fight Ahead[59]" November 6, 2013 (2013-11-06) N/A
Highlights:
38 4 "We are the Marauders[63]" November 13, 2013 (2013-11-13) N/A

Tyler Smith, the leader of the "Marauders" featured in this episode was arrested and booked on two counts of second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm because he was a previously convicted child sex offender and was legally barred from possessing firearms.[60][61] During the episode, Smith also described his plans to commit armed robbery in the episode. Asked for comment on Smith’s arrest, National Geographic issued a statement stating: “We are aware of the arrest, and have decided not to air this episode until all legal matters are sorted out.”[62] The episode was eventually aired.

Highlights: Body armor, Costa Rica
39 5 "Total Destruction[64]" November 19, 2013 (2013-11-19) N/A
Highlights:
40 6 "Survival is an Ugly Beast[65]" November 26, 2013 (2013-11-26) N/A

Rob builds of system of elaborate booby traps around his home near Dallas. Greg builds an near-invisible bugout location in the woods.

Highlights: booby traps, camouflage
41 7 "Live Bees, Live Ammo[66]" December 3, 2013 (2013-12-03) N/A
Highlights:
42 8 "No One Will Ever Know[67]" December 10, 2013 (2013-12-10) N/A
Highlights:
43 9 "No Stranger to Strangers[68]" December 18, 2013 (2013-12-18) N/A
Highlights:
44 10 "Nobody Will Be Ready[69]" January 7, 2014 (2014-01-07) N/A
Highlights:
45 11 "Americans Not Ameri-can'ts[70]" January 7, 2014 (2014-01-07) N/A
Highlights:

Season 4 (2014)[edit]

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Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
47 1 "From Bunkers to Bug Out[71]" July 17, 2014 (2014-07-17) N/A
Highlights:
48 2 "Back to the Basics[72]" July 24, 2014 (2014-07-24) N/A
Highlights:
49 3 "To Fail Is to Die[73]" July 24, 2014 (2014-07-24) N/A
Highlights:
50 4 "Be the Prep[73]" July 31, 2014 (2014-07-31) N/A
Highlights:
51 5 "Shepherds and Wolves[73]" August 7, 2014 (2014-08-07) N/A
Highlights:
52 6 "Back to the Dark Ages" N/A
Highlights:
53 7 "You Said It Was Non-Lethal" N/A
Highlights:
54 8 "There Will Be Chaos" N/A
Highlights:

References[edit]

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  19. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Friends Can Become Enemies
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  22. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Into the Spider Hole
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  27. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Disaster Doesn't Wait
  28. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: I Suggest We Run
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  30. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Episode: Extreme Prep Edition
  31. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: You Can't Let Evil Win
  32. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Am I Nuts or Are You?
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  38. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: You've Got Chaos
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  41. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: No Such Thing as a Fair Fight
  42. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Prepared, not Scared
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  45. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Preppers Paradise
  46. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Hit The Ground Running
  47. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Solutions Not Problems
  48. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Pain is Good
  49. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: A Fortress at Sea
  50. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Let Her Rip
  51. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Gonna Be a Big Bang
  52. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Lone Wolves and Lovers
  53. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Don’t Betray the Colony
  54. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: The Gates of Hell
  55. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Whatever It Takes
  56. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: People Become Animals
  57. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Take Our Country Back
  58. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Top Survivors
  59. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: The Fight Ahead
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  64. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Total Destruction
  65. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Survival is an Ugly Beast
  66. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Live Bees, Live Ammo
  67. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: No One Will Ever Know
  68. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: No Stranger to Strangers
  69. ^ Doomsday Preppers - Episode: Nobody Will Be Ready
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