The Year: 1883. The Place: The Montana Territory. The Challenge: Blizzards, hunger, scorching sun, forest fires, the neighbors, and more ... Three modern families experienced life on the ... See full summary »
Quest for the Sea is a 4x1-hour living history documentary series that follows 2 families as they return to a lost way of life in a remote fishing village in Newfoundland. In simple wooden ... See full summary »
Harold St. Croix
A group of 15 volunteers aged between 10 and 59 are transported back to Victorian London as they spend three weeks living and working in a recreation of the notorious Old Nichol slum in Bethnal Green in London's East End.
I watch the entire 9 episodes and the disappointing part of the entire series is that the Treadways were not the the first choice, as it was evident after and during the show, they had only the thoughts of how they could make money from the experience. The original couples were matched for how well they thought alike and could work together. The Treadways,throughout the series always seem to be trying to prove themselves, and in many ways brought far to much of their 20 century baggage with them. Alana and Frank Logie from the beginning truly wanted to experience and absorb the adventures and hardships of the pioneers, There was and it was felt in the show the dislike and almost hatred of the Treadways by Alana, and at times even Frank. Alana and Frank faded away, in some ways I am sure that they felt the time wasted and spoiled by the Treadways, it is unfortunate that the original couple chosen had the issue that prevented them from taking part in the show, I am sure it would of been a deeper experience for those that did watch, as it would of for those participating.
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