"The Raft" (TV show) is a reality series on National Geographic Channel.

The series follows two separate, two man rafts as they fight the harshest of ocean conditions in an attempt to stay alive. All they have is their own ingenuity, miles of endless water, paralyzing fear, loneliness and isolation that comes from facing your own mortality. Can they last at sea until they hit land? Or will extreme conditions cause them to surrender? With this extreme physical and mental challenge, it's not only their own survival they have to endure, but each other. If one wants to quit, the adventure is over for the both of them.

"The Raft" is produced by Electus in association with Brian Catalina Entertainment.
The series is executive produced by Chris Grant and Corie Henson of Electus and Brian Catalina, Kristina Wood and Fred Pichel of Brian Catalina Entertainment. For National Geographic Channel, Eric Lange is executive producer; Lynn Sadofsky is vice president, production and development; Noel Siegel is senior vice president, development and production; and Tim Pastore is president, original programming and production. Electus International acts as the international distributor.


Network: National Geographic Channel
Genre: Reality
Premiere Date: 2015
Seasons: 1
Production Companies:
Brian Catalina Entertainment

National Geographic Channel Acquires 'The Raft' — "The concept of being stranded at sea is filled with mystery and danger and water is a global landscape that hasn't yet been truly explored," said Corie Henson. Read more...

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