This fortnight on Discovery there's a brand new series of Running Wild With Bear Grylls featuring the likes of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Roger Federer, watch as they move away from their luxury, pampered lifestyles and embark on adventures they will never forget. Over on TLC, a new series of Little People, Big World returns see how the Roloff family cope with the ever-changing landscape of family drama they face. Copycat Killers is back with a crime which copies the disgusting 'The Purge' will it be too gruesome to air? Investigation Discovery tracks the dark and disturbed story of Tony Alamo after the death of his wife Susan, find out how Tony's rage turns a foundation once focused on a better society for young people into a perverted opportunity for him to take child brides.
Running Wild With Bear Grylls Season 4
Thursdays at 10pm
Celebrities are all too used to a luxurious lifestyle of pampering and 5-star hotels – but not when they’re with survivalist Bear Grylls! In this series, more A-listers who think they have what it takes, are put through their paces in the wild. In each episode, Bear takes another daring celebrity deep into the wilderness, putting their amateur adventure skills to the ultimate test. From skydiving to abseiling, these celebrities will face their deepest fears during the course of a 48-hour journey of a lifetime. Tackling more dangerous and treacherous terrain than ever before, they will venture through some of the world's most unforgiving wilderness.
Little People Big World Series 13a
Wednesdays from 13th June, 8pm
With babies, boyfriends and girlfriends altering the dynamic of the Roloff family, the clash of personalities and egos create forces that threaten to cause fractures in their tenuous relationships. The future of the farm and family depend on everyone adapting to the major Roloff changes that are re-shaping the family every day.
Fridays from 16th June, 11pm
Returning for a sensational second season, COPYCAT KILLERS examines the crimes that blur the line between reality and fantasy, as fictional villains become the inspiration for real life criminals, with terrifying consequences. This season sees cult classic ‘Reservoir Dogs’, become the catalyst for a crime which copies the show’s most gut-wrenching, twisted idea, and ‘The Purge’ inspires one super-fan, fuelled by social hatred, to develop a plot so violent that no on-screen villain would think of going through with it.
Tony Alamo Ministries Cult: People Magazine Investigates
Tuesday 19th June, 10pm
The Alamo Christian Foundation once held hope for a better society for young people seeking purpose. But when Susan Alamo dies of cancer, Tony reveals his dark side and turns his rage toward his followers. Tony's rage builds along with a sexual desire for younger girls as he takes multiple child brides ranging from 8 to 16 years old. Child Bride Survivors Pebbles Rodriguez and Amy Eddy tell their horrifying stories of being married to Tony. And fellow survivor and "adopted son" of Tony Alamo, Benjamin Risha, tells his story of escape to find his real family.