Untamed and Uncut

Saturday, June 12 at 9 p.m. ET/10 p.m. PT

Animal Planet takes viewers on a journey around the world to meet the people whose lives are forever changed by their amazing, heart-pounding, moving encounters with animals. Detailed computer graphics break down these video flashpoints even further to show exactly what happened during the encounter and complete these awe-inspiring stories. The new season of UNTAMED & UNCUT also features viewer submissions and user-generated content both on-air and online – some of which have never been seen before anywhere in the world.

Discover the edgier side of Animal Planet with two perilous new series, After the Attack and Untamed and Uncut. Premiering back-to-back on Wed., July 2 starting at 9 p.m. ET/10 p.m. PT during Animal Planet’s month-long freeview*, these thrilling series will feature some of the world’s most confrontational interactions with the animal kingdom.

The four-part series After the Attack explores the gripping stories of people who have survived deadly confrontations with wild animals and lived to tell the tale.

Canadian host and large predator expert Dave Salmoni uncovers the stories behind each attack and helps the survivors through the difficult healing process.

In each of the hour-long episodes, every critical detail of the attack is recreated for Salmoni in order to truly understand not only what triggered the attacks, but also how these people survived. By the end of each episode, the survivors heroically come face to face with the animals that attacked them and discover that it’s possible to move on.

Following the action-packed After the Attack, is Untamed and Uncut, a 13-part series premiering Wed., July 2 at 10 p.m. ET/11 p.m. PT. This thrilling series brings you the most incredible animal encounters ever caught on tape.

Gritty, shocking, compelling, and always raw, each half-hour episode takes viewers on a journey around the world to meet the people who’s lives are forever changed by a moment in time with an animal. Ground breaking computer graphic imaging breaks down these untamed flashpoints from the wild.