4 Reasons Not to Miss 'Lost in the Wild'
The eight-episode series is halfway through, but it's about to become your new favorite show.
Since it premiered on December 29, 2019, quite a bit of buzz has built up around our investigative show, Lost in the Wild. Of course we're big fans of the show, which features the investigative talents of J.J. Kelley and Kinga Phillips as they delve into unsolved mysteries from some of the most remote places in the world. But it turns out we're not the only ones who can't stop talking about how great it is.
We're officially at the halfway point of the eight-episode arc, but it's never too late to join in on the hunt for the truth.
Not convinced yet? Read on for four reasons you need to add this show to your Sunday night routine. Trust us: It's way better than worrying about what you're going to wear to work on Monday.
There is already an engaged community of fans.
Take one look at the retweets from J.J. Kelley and one thing becomes clear: People are talking about this show a lot. That means when you tune in every Sunday, you'll be in good company. There are several fans doing their own investigating during the episode.
The reviews are good ... really good.
Don't just take it from us. The fans of the show have spoken loud and clear about how much they love it. Those who streamed the show on Amazon almost unanimously gave it five stars.
The hosts share epic sneak peeks.
You'll be excited well before each episode airs on Sunday because of the exclusive looks the hosts share on their social media feeds. J.J. Kelley is a filmmaker and Kinga Phillips is a journalist, so their scoops and visual storytelling take the experience for the show to the next level.You'll see how much work goes into each investigation while getting more invested and involved. Plus, the hosts regularly engage with fans while the episode plays.
It's a combination of things you won't find anywhere else.
First off, there's the hosts. Kelley and Phillips are both uniquely qualified investigators and storytellers, meaning that you know their factfinding missions are solid. Secondly, they travel to some visually stunning spaces. However, the beauty of these remote locations covers some serious secrets. This goes beyond a typical travel show as the hosts work to disentangle some of the biggest mysteries in each of the destinations they visit.
Watch Lost in the Wild Sundays at 11pm|10c on Travel Channel.