Season 3

Episode One “Al and Garfield”

The irony is not lost on these “two black guys running from a white guy on a horse”. Al and Garfield are lifelong friends who once lived in Toronto’s infamous Jane & Finch neighbourhood. With virtually no wilderness experience, these urban warriors draw on the history of the Underground Railroad for inspiration to escape the relentless Mantracker.

Episode Two “Simone and Mike”

They’ve never met, but they’re going to have to gel quickly as a team to have any hope of surviving Mantracker and some of the most rugged terrain northern BC has to offer. Can the flamboyant ‘city boy’ and self-proclaimed ‘punk-girl’ tree planter find common ground? At first glance, Mike looks to be an easy catch for Mantracker, but you should never judge a book by its cover.

Episode Three “Jesse and Nathan”

Raised on the mean streets of the “Hammer”, these steel town mates have never backed down from a fight. Rocker Jesse is counting on Nathan’s brute strength to carry them both through the rugged South Saskatchewan Badlands; While Nathan, the semi-pro wrester is hoping Jesse’s Aboriginal wilderness know how will lead them to victory.

Episode Four “Rob and Michelle”

He’s a gravedigger and she’s a social worker, but don’t underestimate these cousins from Cape Breton Island. Rob’s hunting skills make him bush savvy and Michelle’s athleticism keeps the prey on the move. But Mantracker has never been so tuned in to his prey as he hounds them from the peaks of the Cape Breton Highlands to the depths of the Margaree River Valley.

Episode Five “Mark and Taylor”

The wilderness surrounding Ontario’s Sault Ste. Marie has proved a formidable opponent to Mantracker in the past, and that’s great news for Mark and Taylor, co-workers who hail from just down the highway, ‘cause they know the land like the backs of their hands. Mark has the age and experience while Taylor is all youthful exuberance, but in the bush, they’re a well-oiled machine, determined to defeat the tracker and have a damned good time doing it.

Episode Six “Bruce and Sabrina”

‘Team Aussie’ is what Bruce calls his pairing with in-law and friend Sabrina. The Martial Arts Champion and mother of two keeps pace with her whip-cracking, outback wild man as they battle Mantracker and the bugs in Northern British Columbia. And they manage to get on Mantracker’s bad side in the process. So now, it’s personal. The tracker is set on bringing them down.

Episode Seven “Buck and RJ”

They’re smart, they’re tough, and they’ve prepared. But Buck and RJ aren’t used to being pursued. As tactical officers with the Barrie Police Force, they’re used to doing the pursuing. From chasing criminals to evading the Mantracker, it’s a test of strategy and psychological analysis that even has the Tracker confused.

Episode Eight “Jordan and Suzie”

Hello young lovers, you’d better watch your backs! They’ve only been dating for a year. Will the stress of evading Mantracker be too much for the break-dancing social worker and his university student girlfriend? They’re running through the dense woods of the Laurentian Mountains and it won’t stop raining. They’ll need to battle the bush and the weather to stay ahead of the tracker and keep the love alive.

Episode Nine “Josh and Kyle”

University pals and constant cohorts, these IT wiz-kids and aspiring film-makers are tougher than they look … on the city block, maybe. Hockey and curling are their chosen sports, but they dive head first into the Mantracker challenge and try their best not to get lost in the rugged environs of Elliot Lake, Ontario.

Episode Ten “Kaleigh and Alana”

Mantracker’s youngest prey ever, Kaleigh is a college basketball star who has actually killed a bear and Alana lives in the wilderness. These BC mountain girls are determined not to let ‘that Alberta import’ get them. And they want to show everyone that a couple of pretty young things are tough enough to take on the challenge of brutal mountain terrain and the no nonsense cowboy.

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