From the creators of "Naked and Afraid" and "Naked and Afraid XL" comes a new Discovery Channel show called "Men Women Wild."
In the new reality series, three couples are dropped off in the harshest environments in the world -- fortunately they are not naked -- and must survive in the wilderness for three weeks with only limited supplies.
Judging by Zap2it's exclusive sneak peek, the description of "the ultimate form of couple's therapy" is right on the mark.
In the clip, Mitchell Langon and Jhoanna Trias try to catch fish in a river in Morocco. "We got this idea to use our mosquito net as a fishing net," explains Trias, adding "I've never been scared about starving before."
"You don't have to be scared about staring as long as I'm with you," says Langon, making good on his promise by snagging several fish from the river.
Langon and Trias appear to be off to a good start, but in a New York Post feature, they reveal that the unexpectedly harsh Moroccan weather made things incredibly stressful, with their conversations often devolving into screaming matches. But Trias says the experience did strengthen their relationship.
To find out how the three couples fare in the wild -- with the two other couples braving the fjords of Norway and the jungle of southern Mexico -- tune in to "Men Women Wild's" series premiere on Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Discovery.