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Discovery Channel’s Feelin Alive returns to take viewers on another epic ride

The second season is hosted by Amol Parashar and Cyrus Sahukar.

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MUMBAI: After a long time of being cooped up at home, a lot us are craving that feeling of exhilaration that comes from participating in extreme adventure sports. The adrenaline rush, the sheer excitement, the butterflies in the stomach before taking the plunge are all hallmarks of what great adventures look like. Discovery Channel is all set to bring back the thrill of extreme sports with an exciting new season of its adventure reality series Feelin Alive season two, this time, helmed by two very dynamic and talented hosts – Amol Parashar and Cyrus Sahukar.

Presented by Mi 10T pro and in partnership with Audible, White Hat Jr, Renault, Amul, Ather energy, and Behrouz Biryani, Feelin Alive season two premieres on 28 December, 2020 on Discovery Channel, Discovery HD, TLC and TLC HD.

Shot in one of the most beautiful locations in India, Manali, the four-part series will see hosts Amol Parashar and Cyrus Sahukar as they go around discovering the unknown and overcoming their fears. Training under experts, the duo will set out to perform some extreme sports including slacklining at Jagat Sukh, canyoning at Jogini Falls, snowboarding at Solang Valley, and ATV off-roading. This action-packed season is sure to make the viewers feel alive.

Amol Parashar said, “It was an amazing experience. I have never felt such thrill in my life! Manali is such a beautiful place, but this time, it was more than just the beauty of this place that I got to savour. That thrill of trying something new for the first time was priceless. To be honest, it was a bit nerve wracking for me before I tried these extreme sports. But once I got into it, I was loving every moment of it. I am grateful to Discovery Channel for such an awesome show, which I not only enjoyed shooting, but one that also helped me overcome my fears.”

Cyrus Sahukar said, “I thoroughly enjoyed myself while shooting for Feelin Alive season two. It was a fun and a very beautiful experience being in Manali. I feel, trying new things really helps you overcome your fears. I would watch people doing all these things and being all cool, on Discovery Channel in fact, but never had the courage to do this on my own, until now. And boy am I glad to have had the opportunity. This is going to be one experience I will remember for the rest of my life.”

Discovery Communications India south Asia MD Megha Tata said, “Discovery has been synonymous with real life entertainment in India and shows like Feelin Alive further enhance that offering. We are delighted to bring back the extreme adventure show Feelin Alive, and collaborate with Mi 10T Pro to drive synergies and accompany the new hosts, Cyrus Sahukar and Amol Parashar on this adventurous journey. We are also happy to associate with some of the leading brands for this show.”

“We are extremely delighted to partner with Discovery India and embark on an adventurous journey with Feelin Alive, one of their renowned and thrilling shows. Today smartphones define not only the way we plan and execute our travels but also how we document them. Owing to the unprecedented advancement in technology, smartphones have definitely ousted traditional cameras, especially for travel photography,” said Mi India MD Manu Kumar Jain. “Allowing users to create and share visual content using smartphones, the Mi 10T Pro which has been featured in this show, is an epitome of technology and creativity and is a perfect companion for all power users.”

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